Having acted from an early age, at 15 Adam Joselyn (Gary) 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 commercials for PayPal and Coca-Cola, as well as playing Rick in webseries The Takeaway, and Giles in the feature film The Inbetweeners 2. This is Adam’s fifth collaboration with writer/director Steve Jordan, after successful runs of Dead Static in 2012, Pilgrim Shadow in 2013, The Probleming in 2014 and Global Mega Incorporated earlier this year. Adam is represented by BMA. @AdamJoselyn.
Robert Dearn (King Jeffrey) has recently graduated from East 15 Acting School and is delighted to be joining Bad Bat for their new production, King Chaos. Credits: 'Joe' in Great Expectations (BBC Bitesize) 'Major Sholto' in The Sign of the Four (BBC Bitesize) 'Bob Crachit' in 'A Christmas Carol' (BBC Bitesize), 'Birmingham Male Voice' for The Accent App (Richard Ryder) and 'Boy' for Catcher Media (NHS Walsall). Credits Whilst Training Include: 'Willy Loman' in Death Of a Salesman, 'Vershinin' in Three Sisters, 'The Duke Vincentio' in Measure For Measure and 'Dennis' in 13. @robert_dearn.
Steve Jordan is a playwright, theatre director, producer, award-winning author of short fiction and the co-founder of theatre production groups Bad Bat Productions and ManMoth Productions. His plays have been performed in London’s West End and many Fringe venues across the capital to wide-spread acclaim. His short fiction has been published in KZINE, the Terror Tales horror anthology series, and also awarded a Watty Award in 2015. He also writes screenplays, audio plays and novels. www.thestevejordan.blogspot.co.uk, @stephenjordan.