The series sees Rich and Luke as flat-sharing brothers who have both chosen the poorly paid profession of acting as their chosen career paths. Both of them believe in the ‘method’ form of acting, where they become their character twenty-four-seven. This naturally results in the pair getting themselves into scenarios that their everyday lives would never have come close to brushing with if it wasn’t for their commitment to the acting cause.

Rich Keeble
Rich recently appeared with co-star Luke Kaile in the original comedy play/sketch show A Halfway House (written & directed by Kaile) at the Etctera Theatre, Camden. Other stage work includes insane criminal Meridius in Kaile’s original dark comedy A Criminal Audition last year, and portraying real life British double agent Donald Maclean in A Morning with Guy Burgess (directed by Dimitry Devdariani), as featured on the BBC Review show. TV work includes Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (BBC), Alan Carr’s Summertime Specstacular 2 & New Year’s Specstacular (Channel 4), Losing the Plot (with All in the Method guest star Tom Bonington), improvisational comedy pilot Creative People, Fool Britannia (ITV) and the lead in sitcom pilot Rules of Life. Rich recently wrote and starred in A Slightly Exaggerated Re-enactment of a Voicemail I Never Actually Left for Tom Lenk. He has also recently be seen on the BBC in Connected TV adverts with the panda, directed by Victoria Pile (Green Wing) RichKeeble.com

Luke Kaile
Luke recently appeared with co-star Rich Keeble in the original comedy play/sketch show A Halfway House (written & directed by Kaile) at the Etctera Theatre, Camden.
Luke is a prolific writer. Having founded Muzzle the Pig in February 2011, he has written a number of plays and sketches. He wrote and starred as Eris in a A Criminal Audition. He recently completed the script for a sitcom pilot and short film script. He has recently starred in a number of comedy shorts including Sex Accidents, directed by All in the Method director Chris Chapman, and starred in TV pilot Vlogger. He also writes film reviews and has been published for Total Film. Muzzlethepig.com


Chris Chapman – Director
After landing in London in 2003, Chris worked for an independent production company cutting his teeth on corporate work for Deutsch Bank, ZentithOptimedia and Lancôme. He has worked with Red Bee Media, BBC and Maverick Media in various guises before joining leading youth charity, YouthNet UK as their Multimedia Editor, where he was responsible for the editorial direction and production of over 100 short videos for their advice website, TheSite.org.

After casting Luke in the lead role of this comedy advice guide, he has since been the victim of Luke’s unsolicited scripts and involuntarily implicated in several Muzzle the Pig productions. Chris is currently working at the BBC, producing content for the World Service’s Learning English platforms.

Whether directing and editing videos, producing interactive tools or facilitating media training, Chris likes to debate the merits of online video and engagement. You can read his gibberish @chimpy

Georgina Sherrington
Georgina has had a long career in Television and Film. She is best known for her lead role in the 90′s series The Worst Witch and Wierdsister College (ITV, YTV, HBO). Georgina then went on to study at English and Theatre History at Princeton University. In 2013, Georgina will guest star in the Empire Cinemas feature, Tag. She recently played the lead in the Neil Oseman film, Stop Eject and played Juliana in the award-winning Flock of Condors’ Steamboat. Last year, Georgina won Best actress in the London Solo Festival for her one woman show and played a politician in the ensemble film The White Box, which won Top Ten at London SciFi. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0792697/


Harriett Jackson
A drama graduate from Loughborough University, Harriett has appeared in classical dramas such as Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Ernest” and Peter Shaffer’s “Amadeus” as well as playing lead roles in musicals such as “Grease” and “Little shop of Horrors.” Harriett has also starred in Pantomime playing Sinbad the Sailor and Princess Petunia.




Tom Bonington 
Since graduating from the City Lit in 2007, Tom has worked extensively in Film, including a lead role in the comedy ‘Off We Go Then’, and the upcoming dystopian world of ‘Brief Intermission’. His television work includes ‘Jack the Ripper – The Definitive Story’, ‘Losing the Plot’ and most recently the Australian comedy series, ‘Flat Whites’.
Recent theatre work includes the role of Jim the Religious Fanatic in ‘I’m a Londoner and Martin in ‘The Clinic’.
Tom has featured in several commercials, most recently for Premier Inn, Toshiba, Nokia and Pimms. He also plays the role of Norman Wrong in a series of comic, crime prevention films for Essex Police.


Geraldine Brennan
Geraldine recently appeared at the Camden Solo Festival in The Resurrection of Geri Gold. Scouse soap star Geri’s story is best described as ‘Sunset Boulevard meets Avon’. Keep up with it, if you can, on www.gerigold.co.uk. Geraldine will appear in Thinking of You by Niki Orfanou at the Ignite Festival, Exeter and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012. Other stage credits include The Birds and the Bees (Jacksons Lane Theatre 2011). Screen credits include Luck (feature film with WIN Films/Liviu Tipurita), Film Installation Homo Geminus (ArtSpaces/Sylvia Kaczmarek) and No Easy Way Out (ArtSpaces/Scarlet Thread/ Sylvia Kaczmarek) plus a range of short films including projects with the National Film School/National Portrait Gallery, the London College of Communication, and of course a very cameo role in All in the Method.


For full list of cast and crew please visit IMDb.

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