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Cate in the premiere of Blasted. Other stage work includes Lulu in Shopping and F*cking and Alice in Closer, as well as work on television and film, including The War Zone directed by Tim Roth. Her latest film is the comedy Shaun of the Dead. She says "I remember that first meeting with Sarah, a lot of my questions were way off the mark. You know about plot, and what was happening with Cate´s brother and things like that. And Sarah filled all of that in. But when it came to rehearsal there were some things that were just not answered". Quote from Saunders´ book.
Bremner played Billy in the television film Skin. Most famous as a film actor, Trainspotting, The Acid House alongside other Kane actress Cas Harkins, Mike Leigh's Naked, Stallone´s Judge Dread, and Pearl Harbor.
Cerqueira played Rod in the premiere of Cleansed. He has appeared in theatre such as Musical Heaven in London.
Craigie played M in the premiere of Crave. Film work includes John Huston's The Dead, and on television she has appeared in Ballykissangel.
Cunningham played Carl in the premiere of Cleansed.
Strophe in the premiere of Phaedra's Love, directed by Sarah Kane. She is a television actress, having been in the regular cast of the British soaps Coronation Street and Ballykissangel. Born in London in 1969, she is the daughter of Cyril Cusack.
He played Ian in the premiere of Blasted. He is a theatre actor with a large range (Claudius in Hamlet) who works occasionally on television (The Invisible Man, Killing Time).
She played C in the premiere of Crave. Other theatre work includes Rebecca Prichard's Yard Gal. She is best known for her role in Bad Girls.
Evans played Robin in the premiere of Cleansed and was also in the premiere of 4.48 Psychosis. As well as the Royal Court, he has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. Evans says of 4.4 Psychosis "...we were all the same person, which is pretty unique in theatre, every night... and although we start and end up at the same place, you don't have any eye contact with each other... it wasn't allowed". Quote from Saunders´ book.
Harkins was Hippolytus in the premiere of Phaedra's Love, directed by Sarah Kane. He has worked for the Travise Theatre (Shetland Saga) and minor work for film (Irvine Welsh's The Acid House).
Harwood played the woman in the premiere of Cleansed.
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B in the premiere of Crave. Other theatre work includes playing Jesus in A.D.
The soldier in Blasted. His spoof biography reads "Born in Kildare the eldest from a long line of horse thieves, be became a straight actor and has since appeared on stage for the RSC and Royal Court, on TV in "Sex, Chips & Rock n Roll" and on film in "Waking Ned" to name a few. When not working he likes to spend time peacefully breeding armadillos and pursuing his keen interest in strong drink."
Marquez played Graham in the premiere of Cleansed. He is a television actor, appearing as a regular in the British police series The Bill and later Hotel Babylon.
McInnes played in the premiere of 4.48 Psychosis. Other theatre work includes Uncle Vanya and The Herbal Bed. She is best known in the television series Playing the Field. Born 1969.
McQuarrie played Tinker in the premiere of Cleansed. McQuarrie says "[to do the amputations] I pulled sections of his cuff off, as if I'd ripped sections of his hands away- and attached to his cuffs was red silk material". Quote from Saunders´ book.
Potter played in the premiere of 4.48 Psychosis. Her work in films include the two Merchant-Ivory films of Henry James novels The Bostonians and The Golden Bowl.
Rose played Marcia in the television film Skin.
She was Grace in the premiere of Cleansed. While she was injured, Sarah Kane took over the role. In 1988 she won the Olivier award for the most promising newcomer to theatre, for her role in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge. Other work includes Tis Pity She's a Whore with Rupert Graves.
Williams played A in the premiere of Crave.
Phaedra in the premiere of Phaedra's Love, directed by Sarah Kane.
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