Mike Baughan as Andy and Mr. P
Mike Baughan has performed in numerous stage productions and films after successfully completing a degree in Drama at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Some of the most notable stage characters he has played include Henry VIII from A Man for all Seasons, Malvolio from Twelfth Night and Torvald Helmer in A Dolls House amongst others.
As well as being a seasoned actor, Mike is also an accomplished playwright.
Own Worst Enemy is the latest collaboration between Mike and writer/director Philip Pugh, having previously worked together on a number of projects including the 2009 anthology feature film One Minutes.
Mathew Waters as Perry
Mathew’s career began when he was just 8 years old playing the role of Young Peter Allen in the world premiere production of The Boy From Oz.
Theatre Credits include: Centipede in James & The Giant Peach, Bass Wickersham in Seussical The Musical (West End) The Lover in Tommy In Concert (West End) Rolf in The Sound Of Music; The Boys In The Front Room; Gutter Press; The Pattie Shop Diaries; Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver!; Rope and Young Patrick Dennis in Mame, directed by David Atkins for The Production Company
Television Credits include: The Spielberg/Hanks HBO production; The Pacific, Darwin’s Brave New World, Spike in the award winning Snobs, Escape of the Artful Dodger, Troy In Blue Water High and Bronson in two series of the Logie award winning Round The Twist, a role for which he is affectionately known and still widely recognised for today. Mathew appeared in numerous television commercials and is also the lead in music videos for Skism (Experts), Gregory Darling (Invitation) and also Lang Lang
Film credits include: Peter Pan and Men’s Group.
Terri Dwyer as Natalie Houghton-Hughes
As an actress Terri is fondly remembered for playing Ruth Osbourne in the long running show Hollyoaks. Also a TV presenter, Terri has worked on This Morning, 60 Minute Makeover and Loose Women.
Terri made the decision to return to acting late 2011 and debuted at the award winning Finbrough Theatre in December of the same year, playing a demanding role in a psychological thriller called Through the Night. Carolin Kopplin, in her review remarked “this play was perfectly cast and brilliantly unsettling”.
Since making the decision things have been moving at a great pace. 2012 saw Terri return to our screens in both acting and presenting roles and she now has two further feature films on the way as well as a host of other projects.
And Featuring Special Appearances from
James Phelps as Constable Berrow and Oliver Phelps as Constable Stroyde
James and Oliver are best known for their portrayal of Fred and George Weasley in the much loved Harry Potter film series.
Own Worst Enemy, made in the lads home town of Birmingham, marks the first time James and Oliver will appear together on screen not playing brothers.
James and Oliver will next be seen in Jabberwocky Rise
which will begin filming next year.
Ryan Wichert as Marcus Dixon-Rhodes
Ryan trained at the Drama Centre London, where he was lucky enough to gain sponsorship by some leading British actors. Straight out of drama school he landed a part in the award-winning British feature film Demon and has since been working consistently on both screen and stage. Ryan’s casting range and abilities allow him to explore comedic characters as well as more dramatic complex parts.
With: Joe Egan, Holly Jacobson, Will Stevens, Edward Limb, Gary Keane, Lucia Marchitelli, Lee Hodge, Fiona Davey, Amanda Parkes