Rhoda Penmark

Rebecca Rayne is a recent graduate from the BA Acting at Italia Conti Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits include; Sex with a Stranger (Pleasance Theatre), The Pillory (Southwark Playhouse), Solo (Theatre 503), Playtime (Theatre N16) and Spiral (Bread and Roses Theatre).


Short Film includes; Samsara for Inspired Toad Productions.


Andrew Futaishi is a character actor from London who trained at the Poor School.


He is also a filmmaker and editor and is returning to the stage after success as Diogynes in The Great and The Cynical. He will also be appearing in All That Remains as Doctor Fuse, due to be released later this year and as Gregory in Gregory Green which is currently in pre-production.


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Kenneth Penmark

Beth is an actor, voice-over artist and producer. Beth trained at Drama Studio London, and is associate producer of Mercurius Theatre Company. 

Theatre credits include The Waiting Room (Arts Theatre), A Naughty Night With Noel Coward (The Old Red Lion), Monster Hunters (King’s Head), The Awkward Ghost (Crowley & Co. VAULT Festival), The Alchemist (Mercurius, The Rose Playhouse), A Woman Killed With Kindness (Read Not Dead), and Gut Girls (OutFox, Brockley Jack).  

Beth is perhaps best known as the voice of Antigone Funn in the podcast sitcom Wooden Overcoats. Other audio credits include Hector vs The Future, The Beef and Dairy Network Podcast, Windover (Wireless Theatre Company), Noise: A Human History (BBC Radio 4).

Beth is co-director of Joyous Gard Theatre Company and Artistic Director of The Invisible Theatre Company.



Christine Penmark


Jessica Hawksley studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She has recently returned to her acting career after bringing up a family and travelling. Jessica has recently turned her hand to Playwriting and is looking forward to developing this more along with her acting career. Her Agent is Imperium Management.

Recent credits include: Stage; The Highest Bidder (Tristan Bates theatre), The School of Light (The White Bear Kennington), The Vagina Monologues (Tattersall Castle). Commercial; XFM (for Chris Moyles). Online: Travel App Promo for THE GRRID (Steel Mill Productions). Music videos: Please Girl (Grifter Kid and the Midnight Raiders). Short films: Never Lose It Again (Tata Communications).



Monica Breedlove

Daniel Osgerby, has appeared on both stage and screen, starting out working untrained, later formally training at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama and with Théâtre de Complicité. 


He works professionally in theatre and film as an actor and also established and ran a successful film production company. Theatre credits include. Jesus – Barabbas, Cassio – Othello, Cornelius – Faustus, Sebastian – The Tempest, Malvolio  - Twelfth Night. Recent film and TV includes Ogilvy (the astronomer) – The War of the Worlds, Rowan Isherwood - Jonathan Creek, and Charlie Cochran - Autopsy


As well as acting, Daniel is still involved in the other creative sides of production, as a writer, director and visual effects artist. He has also designed and run many film based youth engagement projects.


Recently he has been re-certified as a combatant performer -  Armed and Unarmed with The British Academy of Stage & Screen Combat and completed an Intensive Horse Riding for screen course - but still waiting for the call from Game of Thrones! 



Emory Wages

Brian discovered his passion for acting after a successful career in art and design.

Shakespearian stage credits include; Duke Vincentio in Measure for Measure (Brockely Jack), Macduff in Macbeth (London Theatre), Oberon/Theseus in A Midsummer Night's Dream (UK Tour) and the Earl of Gloucester in King Lear (The Rose Playhouse). Contemporary stage credits include; Doctor Rank in A Doll’s House, Father Jack in Dancing in Lughansa and Mr Smith in The Bald Prima Donna.

He has also performed in various short films.

He is very excited to be working with OutFox once more.

He is represented by Imperium Management.




Jessica  trained at Drama Centre London and has recently returned from a two year stint working in the US, performing with Upright Citizens Brigade and working on Docudrama Paz Colombia


UK credits include theatre roles Elaine in The Graduate, Helena in A Midsummer Knights Dream and G in 4.48 Psychosis.  Film roles include Nesrin in Love and Dana in Sci-fi Thriller Memoriae.  Television credits include the original The House of Cards, The Final Cut and most recently Leysis in The Last of the Cantineros


Jessica is excited to be working under the direction of OutFox Productions and performing at The Brockley Jack having grown up locally.



Miss Fern

Aneirin George has been a professional actor since 2014 he has appeared on stage, in short films and on nationwide tours.


Last year he appeared as Malcolm in Macbeth and as Giovanni in Dario Fo’s Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! As well as several short films and a pantomime. His most notable film work has been for film festivals such as the 48 hour film festival and he has an IMDB credit for Prodromal


This is Aneirin George’s first time appearing at the Jack studio Theatre and with OutFox Productions, he is very excited to be performing here with them.  



Reginald Tasker

Lucinda trained at Mountview Academy (BA Acting).


Professional credits include Lennox and Lady Macduff in Macbeth (The Attic Theatre, Stratford Upon Avon) Edith Summers in one woman show The Maid (The Market Theatre) Sue in The Bull Ring (The Lost Theatre) Siobhan (In Bits Theatre) Puppeteer in Tyke (Edinburgh fringe and The Arts Theatre London) and Puppeteer in Jack Frost (Nottingham Playhouse).


Lucinda is also a keen writer and is currently developing her first play; a verbatim piece entitled 'Odds Against What'. Lucinda is thrilled to be performing at The Jack Studio under the direction of OutFox Productions.



Mrs Daigle

David trained at East 15 Acting School.

Stage credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Volpone, Romeo and Juliet (CandleFire Theatre), Cock, Cymbeline, Sign of Four (Free Range Productions), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Witney Theatre Company), Incident at the Border (Colour of Fruit Productions), Measure for Measure (HT Theatre), Macbeth (Quite Nice Theatre)

Film credits include: Little Children (Mordue Pictures), Out of Date (Cryogenic Productions), Midnight Inferno, Nyctophobia (After Midnight Productions), The Wrong Goodbye (Raining Tree Films), Rage Quit (Slam Door Media)

Voice-overs include: Nightfall, Unlocked, Cain (Soundwork Radio Drama), Pawpost (Prescription Commercials), SAM Learning (Gnu Films), The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Harold and Charlie Adventure Stories (Roheda Audio Books)



Mr Daigle

Stephen is a graduate of Drama Studio London.


Credits include “Polonius” in Hamlet (2012; directed by Jimmy Walters). For Mercurius Theatre (all directed by Jenny Eastop): “Chrysalde/Henry” in School for Wives (2013); “Hoard” in A Trick to Catch the Old One (2014); “Yellowhammer” in A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (2015); “Everill/Sir Paul Eitherside” in The Devil is an Ass (2015). For television: “Pete” in Unbelievers (2015 TV pilot, directed by Matthew Colclough).


Stephen is looking forward to his first appearance at the Brockley Jack in Maxwell Anderson’s fine play.



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