The Daniel CONNECTION:

Film Cast

Caroline Goodall: Veronica Ashler

Caroline Goodall is internationally known as a leading actress who has starred in some of the biggest blockbusters of the last fifteen years, including: Schindler's List (1993),  Hook 

(1991), Cliffhanger with Stallone (1993), Disclosure with Michael Douglas (1994), Ridley Scott’s White Squall (1996) The Princess Diaries(2001), The Thief Lord (2006) and The Cold Light of Day with Bruce Willis (2012) amongst many others.

A former member of The Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre of Great Britain, Caroline appeared extensively on stage before being chosen by Steven Spielberg to star in Hook in 1991. Since then, she has worked on film and TV projects in the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia. More info

Gray O’Brien: DCI Brian Farrow

Gray O'Brien most recently played Prince Charles's valet in the motion picture, The Queen and Bruce Ismay in Titanic: Blood and Steel, however, Gray is best known for his portrayal of the villainous businessman, Tony Gordon, in the popular ITV soap opera Coronation Street and prior to that, as Dr Richard McCaig on the BBC medical drama Casualty.

Gray has appeared in many other British television productions, including Taggart, Peak Practice, River Cityand the Doctor Who Christmas special, Voyage of the Damned and is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. More info

 

Morgan Carberry: Dani Makovitch

Originally from San Diego, California, Morgan Carberry has been lauded as an ‘undeniably accomplished performer’ who is equally at home on film, in a jazz bar, or on a Shakespearean stage. She trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Drama Centre London and has played a wide range of roles on stage and screen, including Susan in Sondheim's Company, Carol in Paparazzi, and a one-woman show called Striking Gold at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

 

Also an accomplished singer and musician on piano, flute, violin and organ, Morgan has performed live for many distinguished personalities in locations such as New York, Moscow, Tokyo, and London. More info

 

Fenella Kerr: Maria Dobson

Fenella Kerr graduated in drama from Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh, where she still lives. Her first job was in pantomime at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness. She went on to tour in theatre shows across Scotland, starred in TV show Taggart and appeared in numerous commercials and corporate videos.

 

Fenella is best known as a voice artiste. She can be heard on various commercials and is the voice of the RBS onhold service. She has just finished recording the voice for a digital character at the soon to be opened Bannockburn Visitor Centre. More info

Gareth Morrison: Lubert

Lothian based actor, Gareth, is a seasoned performer in film, theatre and television. Beginning his career at the Perth theatre (1996-98) and later at the Citizens Theatre, Gareth starred in a number of roles in productions as Pirates of Penzance, Great Expectations, Don Giovanni among others.

He broke into feature films with Solid Air (2002) landing later roles in Don’t Look at Me - I’m Ugly in the Morning (2008), The Princess and the Gangster (2009), Outpost 2: Black Sun (2011), Outpost: Rise of the Petsnez (201 2), Skeletons  (2012) Time Teens: The Beginning (2014) and Swung (2014).

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Robert Yates: Eddie Colman

Robert has been working in film and television for over fifteen years, initially working primarily as an extra and moving, in recent years, into more major acting and performance roles. often being cast in bad guy/gangster roles, Robert is equally at home in heroic, character or comedic roles; anything from a minister to a restaurant manager.

Recently, Robert has been involved with stand-up, having performed in music-hall theatre at the prestigious Glasgow Panopticon and performed two comedic character roles in the BBC comedy series How Not To Live Your Life. He has also been involved in the production of three independent feature films in central roles.

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Andrew Brock: Adrian Dobson

Andrew Brock is a Perthshire based actor and writer. He has worked in the profession periodically for around ten years; mainly as an extra, on television programmes such as Taggart and Monarch of the Glen, he has also had movies roles including dialogue with Dougray Scott in the film One Last Chance.

June Brogan Glen: Claudia Farrow

Glasgow based actress, drama workshop leader & director, June’s film appearances include short drama Terra Firma (2008) and the Peter Mullan comedy drama Orphans (1998) along with television roles in River City (Charlie), Rebus and BBC Scotland Comedy Unit Rab C. Nesbitt. 
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