Xander Grant started writing on his parent’s old typewriter, they did have a computer at the time but he insisted. Not because he was trying to be trendy, it was just because he was only eight years old. Nowadays he’s progressed to the digital age. Having said that he distrusts most technology, having worked in television for fifteen years.
He lives in South Wales with his wife and two monsters.
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I am a freelance script writer and actor based in Cardiff, a majority of my experience lies in short films, web series and corporate videos. Currently I am writing for the comedy web series Long Shots as well as rather ambitiously (or foolishly) trying to put my first feature length work out there. As both an actor and writer I've dived into various genres and types of roles throughout the years, giving me a bit of versatility that has proved invaluable and I'm always looking for a new challenge in my work
HANNAH CELYN GRIFFITHS
Pandora - The Wife
Hannah has had a love for writing and a passion for drama since a young age. She studied English at the University of Southampton and performed in over 10 shows for the university's theatre societies, including two at the Edinburgh fringe festival in 2010 and 2011. Hannah played the character of Jen in Whovians and wrote and produced two episodes for the second series. She is thrilled to be associated with Watchers Productions again and is looking forward to receiving her first director's credit with Strange Tales.
Matthew Doman is an Actor from South Wales who is best known for roles such as 'Daddy' in the BBC's Bilingual Bank Job, 'Dandy/Sir David' in DaiVerso, 'Gareth' in Kerb Crawlers and 'Tommy' in Valley of the Demon. He has also performed as many Monsters in Dr WHO on screen and live, including The Dr WHO World Tour 2014, Dr WHO at the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall and many others all over the UK. He is well versed in prosthetic and stunt acting including special effects, explosions, gun fire, sword fighting, hand to hand combat and motorcycle/car chases.
Bethan Leyshon trained at the Guildford School of Acting. Since graduating she has gained professional experience on both stage and screen. Film and television credits include Rory Romantic (BBC Wales/It’s My Shout), with Watcher Productions’ Rhys Jones, and Wolf (Stronghold Lionheart). Theatre credits include The Silhouette in the Smoke (ImmerCity), Old Peter’s Russian Tales (Theatr Cadair/Taliesin Arts Centre), Close Encounters (The Bread and Roses Theatre) and 18-22, Attractive, Insecure (Etcetera Theatre/The Courtyard Theatre). Bethan has also written and directed for stage and screen.