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Danielle is the founder of Big Break Productions. She has performed in all kinds of plays and venues across the UK and in Germany.
Joseph Robert Leeder
Joseph is a graduate educated actor/director/writer who has worked the UK from Edinburgh to the Isle of Wight with a number of theatre companies, as well a touring extensively around Germany with the Whitehorse Theatre. Joseph has played roles from Shakespeare to children's theatre; from a quadriplegic Ken Harrison in “Whose Life Is It Anyway?” to Rooster Hannigan in a London production of “Annie”. In his work film, particularly with Lo-Fi Films, he has shown great versatility in playing multiple roles (occasionally simultaneously) in addition to adding vocal talents to many memorable comic characters. Joseph Leeder's energy, dedication and gravitas have been praised in print and person and his efforts continue to swell the reputation of this talented actor.
John Brindley, writer for Big Break's Murder Mystery Events, is the author of some thirteen published novels, including THE RULE OF CLAW.
Gemma trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Since leaving in 2001 her theatre work includes “Fen” and “Sharp Relief” at Salisbury Playhouse Theatre. TV work includes “Celeb”, “Silent Witness”, “Green Wing”, “New Tricks”, “Sensitive Skin”, “The Bill” and “Life Begins”. Film work includes “Ready When You Are Mr McGill” and “Wimbledon”. Gemma has also appeared in a number of adverts, including Heart FM and SMA.
Emma Jackson has been involved in theatre since a young age, participating in local theatre groups as well as the national youth theatre.
She Studied music and dance alongside theatre at Braintree College, where from there she successfully gained a position with Bourne Leisure touring the country performing at holiday park venues and hotels.
She also did a stint in Portugal as a lounge singer for a number of hotels.
To date she now teaches children to sing as dance as well as performing reguarly on the pub/club circuit.
Dean James Ibrahim
Dean started his training in the arts at the age of 7 at weekend arts school Ridgeway Studios. He then went on to attend Sylvia Young Theatre School part time before attending college and university and gaining a BA Honours in Performing Arts.
Performing has always played a massive part in Dean's life, whether it was dancing on stage or acting on camera Dean has had an extensive career in the industry. He has played roles in stage shows such as Three Sisters, A Dolls House and Two, and featured in films such as AMOC and A Distant Mirage. He has also danced for the likes of Cheryl Cole, Jamiroquai and Heather Small, toured all over the world and the UK in stage productions and earned his name as a unique choreographer and artistic director working for E3 Productions, Disney, Samsung amongst others.
As well as performing, Dean now does a lot of community work, teaching and passing on knowledge to young people in various different walks of life. He enjoys being able to make a difference to people's lives through excellent training/tutoring in the arts!