Jenny Delisle is our cupid Arabella. Jenny trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) and has been singing, writing and acting ever since. In 2015 she played the leads in several London fringe plays, independent films and performed in two productions at the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Michelle Fahrenheim plays our Claire, having trained at Mountview Academy, graduating in 2013. She is a long-form, comedy improviser, one half of "Bella n Poppy”, an online comedy blogging duo part of sketch group, Strangers, and co-creator of online sitcom, "The Eye of My Apple”. She recently finished a London run of Paul Hewitt’s "Nude", in which she played the lead.
Daniel Knight plays Paul and is a London based British actor, originally from Cheltenham. He has just been filming a recurring guest role in EMMERDALE (ITV). Prior to this he recently filmed COMBAT TRAINS (History Channel), LONDON'S LOST GRAVEYARD (Channel 4) and has been nominated for Best Actor for his comic role in the short film FISH HAPPENS.
Angelo Calarco is an italian award winning comedian, now filmaker, living in London (UK). He works as a freelance Producer/Director and Editor and he is the head of Beware of the Dog Films. Angelo’s passion for cinema dates back to his early childhood, when he developed great interest in comedy, fantasy and science-fiction. With his work he loves to play with point of view and push the language of the medium to unexplored and unusual paths.
Nick Grills is our award-winning screenwriter of Cupids. He won a Guinness World Record in 2014 for his short, Last Chance, part of the 50 Kisses feature film. As a comedy writer Nick enjoys writing about outsider characters dealing with unusual situations.
Director of Photography
Richard is a talented Cinematographer who graduated from the UK National Film and Television School (NTFS). His last short film Two Dosas won the London Calling Plus Jury Award in 2014 and Best Comedy Short Film at the 24th Aspen Shortsfest (Academy Award qualifying).
Dylan lives for spreadsheets, schedules and budget meetings. While most of the film industry wants to share their creative genius with the world, Dylan just wants to make sure it comes in on time and on budget. He has worked on music videos, short films, corporates and features. When he’s not making films he’s enjoying a latte, a pint of IPA or writing obscure books on Cult TV