Random Thoughts Limited in association with Park Theatre presents the World Premiere of

The View From Nowhere

By Chuck Anderson

Mensah Bediako | Prez
Emma Mulkern | Sandy Jones
Math Sams | Dr Tom Pennington
Nina Toussaint-White | Rona Worthing

Mensah Bediako

Mensah trained at the Poor School.

Theatre credits include: Martin Luther King Jr. in The Mountaintop (The Other Room Theatre at Porterユs); Bill Devaney in The Bodyguard (UK Tour); Pastor Hovis in The Realness (Hackney Downs Studios); Ensemble/Barman & Cover Lloyd in One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre Productions/UK Tour); Winston in Fast Cuts and Snap Shots (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Ensemble/Standby Charlie Clench/Lloyd/Gareth in One Man Two Guvnors (National Theatre/The Theatre Royal Haymarket); u/s Hoke Coleburn in Driving Miss Daisy (UK Tour); u/s Albert/Kevin in Clybourne Park (Royal Court/Wyndhams Theatre); Mailman in The Water Engine (The Old Vic Tunnels); Ton Ton Julian in Once on this Island (UK tour); u/s Leplee, Doctor & Monsieur Vaimber in Piaf (Donmar Warehouse/Vaudeville Theatre); Preacher in The Harder They Come (Barbican Theatre); Ed Bishop in Floyd Collins (Southwark Playhouse); Showboat (Royal Albert Hall); Tobias and the Angel (Young Vic); African Snow (UK Tour); On the Twentieth Century (Union Theatre); The Realness (Only Connect Theatre); Lewis Mullins in 12:30am (Intermission Theatre); Prostate (Riverside Studios).

Television credits include: Stephen Eli in Chasing Shadows (ITV).

Film credits include: Mr Mzuza; Popular Unrest; The Baseline; Wee King of Nowhere; The Real Kathy Hayden. Various Commercials, Workshops and Corporate Events.


Emma Mulkern

Emma graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits include: K in Smoke (Miniaturists 61); She in Rough Music  (Pint Sized Plays); Hurriya in Tamar  (Miniaturists 59); Kate in Fingertips (In The Attic Productions); Young Woman in Courting Drama  (Theatre Renegade); Emma in Cornflake Girl  (Sharp Scratches); Medve in The Cause (ACS Random). Other credits include: Elroyユs Birthday  (Rav Vythelingum); Dee Gal in Dee Gal  (Short Film)(Pathumai Padam); Joanne in The Artificial Brain  (Rehearsed Reading)(Super Skills LTD). Theatre credits include whilst training: Moth in Loves Labours Lost;  Logainne in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Becky in Whatユs Eating Gilbert Grape;  Jaques in As You Like It;  Imogen in Cymbeline;  Arlene in Getting Out;  Olga in Summer Folk;  Mariane in Tartuff;  Sideway in Our Countryユs Good.

Television credits include: Jessie Bloogett in American Monster  (Arrow Media).


Math Sams

Trained at Birmingham School of Acting.

Theatre credits include: Jeeves & Wooster (understudy), Duke of Yorks and national tour; Chimerica (understudy/ensemble), Harold Pinter Theatre; King Lear, Point Theatre; Jane  Eyre, Birmingham Old Rep; Being Nice, Derby Studio; Old Bag, Theatre 503; Do Worms Have Hearts?, Old Red Lion; Buried Child, Upstairs at the Gatehouse; The Seagull, Cockpit; Geneva, Shawユs Corner; A Christmas Carol, UK Tour; The Wizard of Oz, UK Tour; Passing Strangers, Duet for Two Hands, and  Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick, Broadstairs Summer Season; Much Ado About Nothing, Midlands Tour, The Tempest, Midlands Tour, Opheliaユs Story, Coxユs Yard; The Unrest Cure, Pentameters;  The Knotsman, Upstairs at The Castle and UK Tour.

Film credits include: The Truth; Turbulence; For the Fallen.

Television credits include: Suicide Platoon.


Nina Toussaint-White

Nina Toussaint-White trained at the Italia Conti Academy, Clapham, and began her professional career with TV appearances in Casualty and The Bill. She went on to play the part of nurse Syd in 41 episodes of BBCユs EastEnders and, in 2016, took on the recurring role of Angie Bailey in ITVユs series Emmerdale.

Other TV roles include Doctor Who, Holby City and starring in the ITV2 supernatural drama Switch. Also, Primeval, Comedy Showcase, Whitechapel, Scott & Bailey, Uncle, and Death in Paradise. She has acted in  several stage productions, including Race at the Hampstead Theatre. Her role as Tree in The Etienne Sisters at the Theatre Royal Stratford East in 2015 earned her a nomination for Best Performance in a Musical in the  UK Theatre Awards. In 2016 she appeared as Jane in the revival of The Libertine at the Theatre Royal, Bath.