Greg Hatton as Charlie
Greg started acting at the age of 12 while attending The Hills Grammar School in Kenthurst, NSW.
He was one of 16 young Australian actors chosen to attend the annual Thespian Conference in San Antonio, Texas in 1989.
On his return home he was accepted into The Mcdonald College of the Performing Arts where he won the prestigious Anne Mcdonald Scholarship for Acting. In 1991 he was cast as Mark Smith on Home and Away.
After leaving the show Greg focused his attention on his love for the theatre. Over the next 15 years he starred in over 50 plays including Lost in Yonkers, Cosi, Hamp, Wolf Lullaby, Airsick and The Crucible. Most recently he played Charlie in Sam Atwell’s acclaimed prison drama Bondi Dreaming which is being remounted for the third time as part of the 2011 TRS season.
Greg has appeared in many short films and in 2004 he was awarded Best Actor and Best Film at The Shootout 24hr film festival for his short Keepin it Hard. Some of his other short films include Little Australia and Single White Farmer alongside Barry Otto and the banking satire Super Massive Bankers which he wrote, produced and directed.
In 2007 Hatton appeared in the Edgerton Brothers debut feature film The Square and has since played lead roles in Mindfire and the eagerly anticipated Australian feature Bedlam. His recent TV credits include Home and Away, My Place 2 and Packed to the Rafters.
Christian Willis as Frankie
Christian Willis is an acting graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Christian has had roles on various Australian television shows, including Young Lions, Home and Away, All Saints and White Collar Blue as well as numerous advertisements.
Christian has appeared in a number of films including Contract Killers and Tan Lines and the multi-award winning film Checkpoint which won the grand jury prize at the Montreal Film Festival.
Christian’s theatre work includes Hamlet, The Innocent Mistress, Camino Real, The Threepenny Opera and The Keeper. He is currently rehearsing for the role of Frankie in Sam Atwell’s play Bondi Dreaming, playing at the Bondi Pavillion in November.
Christian has produced two short films and was an associate producer on the feature film Tan Lines.
Wayne Bradley as Macca
Born and raised in Canberra, Wayne moved to Sydney in 2001 to Study acting and graduated from The Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2004.
Since then Wayne has been seen in Australian TV shows such as Underbelly “A Tale of Two Cities”, Packed To The Rafters, Rescue Special Ops, East West 101, Cops LAC and more recently in “Tough Nuts” playing 80’s criminal Ray Denning. He completed the feature film Fragment in 2008 and is also featured in numerous award winning shorts.
Wayne has also been involved in over 20 National and International Advertising Campaigns seen all over the world, working for clients such as Coke, Bundaberg, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mountain Dew, The ANZ Bank and others.
Wayne is very excited to go back to the world of theatre and will be playing the role of “Macca” in the upcoming award winning production of “Bondi Dreaming” with the Tamarama Rock Surfers.”