Jamil Jivanjee in association with Park Theatre presents the European Première of
Kill Me Now
Oliver Gomm plays Joey. His theatre credits include She Stoops to Conquer (Northern Broadsides) School for Scheming, The Charity That Began at Home (Orange Tree Theatre), The Country Wife, Charley’s Aunt, Lady Windermere’s Fan, True Love Lies, The Entertainer (all at the Royal Exchange, Manchester), Three Musketeers and The Princess of Spain (ETT), Edward II (Eyestrings), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Royal and Derngate, Northampton). His television work includes Hope Spring; and for radio, The Glass Bead Game by Hermen Hesse.) He has also been nominated for best supporting actor at the MEN theatre awards.
Charlotte Harwood plays Twyla. Her theatre work includes Slipping, Screenplay and Cox and Box/Boks and Cocks (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Get Got (C Too, Edinburgh), Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse and Garrick Theatre), Legally Blonde (National Tour), She Loves Me (understudy, Minerva Theatre, Chichester) and Flashdance (Shaftesbury Theatre); and for television Hollyoaks. She has also appeared as a soloist in The Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall).
Jack McMullen plays Rowdy. His series regular Television roles have been in Waterloo Road, Brookside and Grange Hill. His theatre credits include Fathers and Sons (Donmar Warehouse), Carthage (Finborough Theatre) and The Loneliness of a Long Distance Runner (Pilot Theatre, York Theatre Royal). For television, he has appeared in Common, The Bill, Doctors, Moving On, The Street, Casualty, Fast Freddie, The Widow and Me and Spanish Flu: The Forgotten Fallen; and for film, Urban Hymn, The Hatching, The Lie is Dead, The Knife that Killed Me and Seamonsters.
Anna Wilson-Jones plays Robyn. She is best known for playing Juliet Miller in Hotel Babylon. Her theatre credits include Life After George (Duchess Theatre), Dangerous Corner (Garrick Theatre) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bristol Old Vic). Her television work includes The Life and Adventures of Nick Nickelby, Midsomer Murders, Switch, DCI Banks, Lewis, Law & Order, Black Mirror, Phone Shop, Hotel Babylon, The Time of your Life, Come Rain Come Shine, Misfits, Afterlife, Ashes to Ashes, The Night Watch, Hex, Ny-Lon, The Vice, As if, Wonderful You, Inspector Morse, Sugar Rush, Monarch of the Glen and Spaced; and for film, Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage War, The Mother, The Silent Treatment, Take Down and Gladiatress.
Greg Wise plays Jake. His theatre credits include Richard II (Old Vic Theatre Production), Nabokov’s Gloves (Hampstead Theatre), Crimes of Passion (Nottingham Playhouse), The Recruiting Officer (Manchester Royal Exchange) and Good Rocking Tonight (Liverpool Playhouse).
His work for television includes The Outcast, Homefront, Unknown Heart, Cranford, Place of Execution, Trial and Retribution, Law & Order, Miss Marple, Sirens, According to Bex, Documental, Zen, No.13, Hornblower, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Madame Bovary, Wonderful You, Tales from the Crypt, The Buccaneers, The Commander, House of Frankenstein, The Riff Raff Element, Convington Cross and Masculine Ending. His film work includes Walking on Sunshine, Blackwood, Three Days in Havana, The Disappeared, Morris: A Life With Bells on, A Cock and Bull Story, Greyfriars Bobby, Johnny English, Five Moons Plaza, The Discovery of Heaven, Mad Cows, Judas Kiss, Sense and Sensibility and The Feast of July.