Moth | Cast

Tommy - Joseph Friend

  • Joseph FriendJoseph is 8 years old and his credits include Leo in "Inspector Linley" and Young Andy Miller in "World of Leisure" both for the BBC and Patrick in "Cracks" for the National Film & Television School. He has also appeared in many commercials including Blockbusters, British Telecom, McDonalds, Halifax, Sony and Trebor.

Bill - Brett Fancy

  • Brett FancyBrett’s wide range of television work includes “The Last Salute”(series), “Peak Practise”, “Unfinished Business”, “Casualty”, “Bugs”, “Resort to Murder”(series), “Square Deal” and “Rockliffe’s Babies”(series). Film work includes “Devils Treasure”, “Crimetime” and “The Frontier”. His extensive theatre credits include “Antony & Cleopatra”, “Mother Courage” and “Single Spies” at the National Theatre, “The Reception” at the Kings Head, “Oliver Twist” at the Bristol Old Vic, “The Pelican” at the Orange Tree, “Hobsons Choice” at the Derby Playhouse and “Wonderful Town” at the Watford Palace.

Angela - Julia Ford

  • Julia FordJulia's extensive body of film and television work includes “Birthday Girl”, “Shadow Man”, “Fergus’s Wedding”, “Room for Romeo Brass”, “Medics”, “Shadowman” “Dinotopia”, “A & E” and “Peak Practice”. Her theatre work includes “The Weir” and “The Shallow End” (Royal Court), “Two Clouds Over Eden” and “The Lodger” (Royal Exchange Manchester), “Piano”, “The Crucible”, “Yerma” and “School For Wives” (National Theatre), “Henry IV”, “King John” and “Much Ado About Nothing” (RSC) and seasons at the Oldham Coliseum, Bristol Old Vic, Contact Theatre Manchester and the Bush Theatre.

Tommy Double - Tom Grant

  • Tom GrantThomas is 9 years old and has appeared in a commercial for Ericsson Mobile Phones in Germany. He has also doubled for his twin sister, Eliza, in the BUPA documentaries ‘Beating the Blues - Heather’s Story’’ and ‘More About the Blues’, which were subsequently created into a series of programmes for the international medical profession.

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