Saturday, 15 November 2014

Double Bill Cast Bios

The Cast

Cliff Chapman is a professional actor and voiceover artist,
represented by Meredith Westwood Management and London VO. Born in Leicester, brought up in the Isle of Man and escaping to London in 2009 to train, he has enjoyed a variety of roles across stage, screen and audio in the last five years, including a long standing association with Liar's League. He also writes and directs. He enjoyed working with Steve Jordan ever since he let him play an evil imaginary version of The Doctor in 2011 and looks forward to being a part of more adventures for Tyler and Gary. His website is and please follow him on Twitter via @CliffChapman.

Adam Joselyn has been acting since the age of 12, when he joined Anna’s Management. He attended weekly acting workshops through this agency between the ages of 12 and 24, when he left to join a new agent. Aged 15, Adam landed a lead role in Who’s the Daddy Now, a pilot for Carlton television, where he acted alongside Lenny James. Aged 18, he got the part of Simon in the pilot episode of The Inbetweeners. Although much of the cast was later re-cast, E4 commissioned the first series of the popular show off the back of the pilot episode. More recently Adam appeared in a FilmFour short film My Song. In the last 12 months he has also featured in a promo for Play with a Legend as well as playing Rick in web-series The Takeaway, and James in Loophole.  In August 2014 Adam will made his feature film debut, playing Giles in The Inbetweeners 2. This is Adam’s fourth collaboration with writer/director Steve Jordan, after successful runs of Dead Static in 2012, Pilgrim Shadow in 2013 and The Probleming in 2014. Adam is represented by SEA Personal Management.

Robert Ashford trained at East 15 Acting school. Previous acting roles include; Physicist in Project X (Tradesecrets), Orlando in As you like it (fast and loose theatre company), Hamlet in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Enigma Theatre), and Greek Chorus in Timbre (TornApart Theatre). Short film roles include; Jack in The Tell-Tale Heart (Oxygen Productions) and Father John in Hidden War (Beyond Wrong). Most recently he performed in two operas, first as Toby the Mute in The Medium and Simon Booker in The Impresario (both with Opera Alegria). He is very excited to be performing in Recipe for Disaster, and has thoroughly enjoyed working with Bad Bat Productions.