Introducing the cast of The Kneebone Cadillac
We’re delighted to introduce you to our full-cast for our latest Theatre Royal Plymouth production The Kneebone Cadillac. Scroll down to meet them and find out more. Visit here to learn more about the show and book your tickets.
Shaun grew up in the West Midlands and has this year graduated from the Oxford School of Drama, where his theatre credits included roles such as Dromio Of Syracuse in A Comedy of Errors, Alec Harvey in Still Life and Mr Medley in A Man of Mode. The Kneebone Cadillac is his professional debut.
Callum trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Theatre credits include: Ferdinand in The Tempest, John Walker in Swallows and Amazons, Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing (all for Storyhouse Chester), Lord Dumaine in Alls Well That Ends Well, Laertes in Hamlet, Sir Toby in School for Scandal, Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet (all for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory), Robin in Robin Hood, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (both for New Mutiny Theatre Company).
Credits whilst training include: London Road: A Musical, Hanged for Love, Merry Wives of Windsor, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Moonfleet and Cloud Nine
Theatre includes: One Green Bottle (Tokyo Metropolitan & Soho Theatre London) Ophelia’s Zimmer, The Twits (both for The Royal Court Theatre), The Bee (Tokyo Metropolitan/Tour); Blodeuwedd (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru); The Dark Philosophers (National Theatre Wales); The Black Album, Ghetto, Fuente Ovejuna, Bartholomew Fair (National); The Diver (Soho); Under Milk Wood, Blue Remembered Hills, A Christmas Carol (Dukes, Lancaster); King Lear (Young Vic); Othello (RSC); The Marriage of Figaro (Royal Exchange, Manchester); A Family Affair (Arcola).
Television includes:_ Keeping Faith, Anita Series 1 and 2, Albie and Noa, 35 Diwrnod, Inspector George Gently, Critical, Harriet’s Army, Law & Order: UK, Babylon, Hinterland, Stella, Casualty, The Indian Doctor, Pobol Y Cwm, Brookside, Oh Na! Y Morgans, Death of a Son, Famous Five, Coronation Street, A Mind To Kill._
Film includes: Hunky Dory, Weekenders, Butterflies.
Theatre includes: RICHARD III (Shakespeare’s Rose York), ROMEO & JULIET (Shakespeare’s Rose York), REBECCA (Knee High Tour), GRAND GUIGNOL (Southwark Playhouse & Plymouth), ABIGAIL’S PARTY (Menier Chocolate Factory), CHEKHOV IN HELL (Soho Theatre), AN IDEAL HUSBAND (Washington DC), THE HEIRESS (Mill at Sonning), KING LEAR, ROMEO AND JULIET, THE RIVALS, A COMEDY OF ERRORS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, ZENOBIA, THE CHANGELING, A JOVIAL CREW, ALL’S WELL THAT END’S WELL, THE BEGGAR’S OPERA (all Royal Shakespeare Company), THE RIVALS and DANGEROUS CORNER (Chichester and West End), SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY and THE SEAGULL (Birmingham), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, MACBETH, THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE (all Regent’s Park), YOU NEVER CAN TELL (Colchester), OF MICE AND MEN (Nottingham) and THE TEMPEST (Manchester Royal Exchange).
Television includes: TALES FROM THE OLD BAILEY, PEAK PRACTICE, A MURDER OF QUALITY, ROBIN HOOD, HIGHLANDER, OUT OF LINE, VICTORIA & ALBERT
Film includes: LOVE LIES BLEEDING, SEEING THINGS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Hannah Traylen trained at Italia Conti.
Her theatre credits include; You (Lead) in A NEW AND BETTER YOU (The Yard Theatre), Shelley in HEROINE (HighTide), Mrs Hendry in CORAM BOY, Elizabeth Barry in THE LIBERTINE, Carol Conway in TIME AND THE CONWAYS, Oliver in OLIVER TWIST, Irina in THREE SISTERS and Olivia in TWELFTH NIGHT (Italia Conti), Josee in GOD BLESS YE MERRY GENTLEMAN (Grindstone, Tristan Bates Theatre).
Professional television credits include; Nancy in HOWARDS END (BBC/Starz);Sarah Edwards in DOCTORS (BBC); Lennox Maid in HARLOTS (ITV Encore); Beryl in CALL THE MIDWIFE (BBC) and Jasmine in UNFORGOTTEN (ITV).
Joe Wiltshire Smith
Joe is a Welsh actor, and graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in summer 2017.
He represented RWCMD at the Sam Wanamaker Festival in his second year, and received the J.O Francis Memorial Award in 2017 and the Gareth Jones Scholarship in 2016.
Joe recently finished performing in Ghost About The House at the King’s Head Theatre.