Orpheus: Guy Grimsley

Guy mainly sings! He’s performed in a Plutonian ton of musicals, including Sunset Boulevard, Jesus Christ Superstar, Sweeney Todd, Oliver!, Avenue Q, The Drowsy Chaperone and most recently Sister Act with groups such as Oxford Operatic Society and MAC Productions. He met the Oblivity team through his rare forays away from the glitter and greasepaint, stepping into actual plays with BMH Productions and Ronin Theatre, appearing in Macbeth, As You Like It, Flint Street Nativity and Collaborators.

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The sinister voice: Phil Cotterill

Phillip Cotterill trained at LAMDA. Theatre credits include two national tours of The Borrowers and numerous plays for BMH Productions, ElevenOne Theatre and The Oxford Theatre Guild. Radio credits include two BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Plays with Watershed Productions; he plays Septimus Bell and Professor McRory, among other characters, in the podcast Victoriocity. Phillip was an improviser with the critically-acclaimed Edinburgh Improverts and is a writer-performer with award-winning comedy troupe The Dead Secrets.

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The Profoctor: James Silk

James Silk has previous appeared in several OTG productions including Henry V, The American Pilot, Trifles,The Habit of Art, Seasons Greetings, Mary Stuart and, most recently The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. He has also appeared in Shock Troupe's production of The Cap & Bells as Fifi LaBelle and BMH's production of Twelfth Night & The Tempest

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Amelia Bell: Justine Malone

Justine is an actor and director. This is her first role in audio drama - previous roles on stage have included Mark Antony in Julius Caesar (Old Fire Station, 2018), Miranda in The Tempest and Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Oxford Castle, 2016 & 17), and Miss Grey in Sense & Sensibility (Oxford Playhouse, 2016). Directorial credits include The Tempest (The Theatre Chipping Norton, 2018) and Festen (Mathematical Institute, 2016). Justine is also an Artistic Director of Nova Theatre, producing female-led work in Oxford, and works in Development for Arts at the Old Fire Station.

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Commander Mink: Clare Denton

Clare first acted over 30 years ago as a rather chubby 8 yr old in The Sound of Music. She studied acting at Rose Bruford before spending seven years as a professional actress appearing in musicals and dramas in the West End and touring. She has appeared in shows from Nova Theatre, BMH Productions, Oxford Theatre Guild, Oxford Operatics, Mac Productions and more.

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First Lieutenant Adams: Ashley Bowden

Ashley, an Oxford native, is thrilled to be in the cast of Oblivity. Ashley trained at Bretton Hall College and his radio credits include Malcolm in The Ghost Whisperer, Eddy in a radio version of Pinter’s The Caretaker and Guy Fawkes in The Nottingham Chronicles for Radio Nottingham. Ashley has been lucky enough to work as an actor all over the world, but nothing thrills him more than getting to work with his friends from home, especially on such a brilliant project like Oblivity!

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Officer Banks: Rachel Wilmshurst

An actor and singer, Rachel has most recently gained a qualification in performance and photographic make-up, meaning she is often seen back-stage styling as much as performing these days. Theatre credits include Cinna in a gender-reversed production of Julius Caesar (Nova Productions); Ariel in The Tempest; Mistress Quickly & Princess Katherine in Henry V; Mrs Barrymore in The Hound of the Baskervilles and Maria in Twelfth Night (BMH Productions); Sarah in A Tender Mother (KittleKink Productions); Nurse in Romeo and Juliet (Tomahawk) and Mrs Crimple in The Ragged Child (National Youth Theatre). Singing credits include backing vocals for touring artists; The Drifters; Susan Boyle and Peter Andre (Oxford Gospel Choir) @rachwilmshurst

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Field Marshall Mayhew: Ida Berglöw Kenneway

Ida Berglöw Kenneway is half of writer-performer duo “Nathan & Ida”, currently touring “Nathan & Ida’s Hot Dog Stand” (award winners at Buxton and Swindon fringes 2018), and soon launching the new show, “Tropez!” She is part of comedy group The Dead Secrets: recent work includes the monthly improvised show Hickory Dickory Murder and sketch shows “Ladies Antebellum: A Mighty Fine Adventure”, “The Curiositorium”, and “Bulletproof Jest” (Best Comedy Show, Buxton Fringe). Other podcast work includes Queen Victoria in “Victoriocity”. 

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Special Operative Dexter: Ed Blagrove

Ed graduated from the London School of Musical Theatre in 2005. Ed is a seasoned performer with over 20 years experience on stage.  Audio recordings have been limited to factual based work and he is the english translation for such wide varying languages as Turkish, Hindi, French and Spanish. These tapes are presumably available in all good charity shops. Ed is delighted to join the cast of Oblivity and particular praise to Rob Stringer as the real mad scientist behind it all.

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Reginald: Alistair Nunn

Alistair is a actor, director and producer based in Oxford. He's worked with a huge number of companies in Oxford, with roles favourite roles including: Sherlock Holmes (in his won adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles), Henry V, Tesman (Hedda Gabler), Victor (Private Lives), Henry Carr (Travesties) and Edward Ferrars (Sense and Sensibility). He has directed a range of shows, including Antony and CleopatraKing Lear, Oliver! and his own one-play adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry VI trilogy, with a gender-reversed cast. He is the co-founder of Ronin Theatre, specialising in staging modern theatre and also an associate director of BMH Productions.

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Horace: Ralph Watson

Unphased by disliking the sound of his own voice, Ralph is thrilled to be appearing on a podcast for the first time. Actually he hasn’t actually recorded it yet. Maybe it was an awful experience and he was awful in it.

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