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Nathanael Wiseman is Sirus, a Hackney courier controller, part time drug dealer and geniunely nice chap, who's about to embark on the worst day of his life.


A writer / director in his own right, as well as playing Sirus in Hackney's Finest, Nate has appeared in various TV comedies and will also be appearing as the lead role in the feature film 'My Hero': A thriller drama based on the real events of a small time drug dealer who went on the run with a nine year old girl after a series of murders. The film is being sold internationally by Arclight Films. Click photo for IMDB.

Nathanael Wiseman

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Marlon G. Day is cast as the character known only as 'B', possibly  one of the most dangerous arms dealers of the Welsh valleys.


Marlon G. Day has performed in several stage productions including; Blood Wedding (Southwark Playhouse). His first role on TV was in the award winning comedy Ideal (Baby Cow Productions/BBC). His Film & TV credits include; Fallen (Channel 4), The Chase (BBC) I Against I (Stray Dogs Films). Click photo for IMdB

Marlon G. Day

Rajan Sharma is cast in the role of Afghan heroin smuggler Asif. Rajan co-runs London-based theatre collective KinkyFish, and is regularly seen on the London stage. Champions of new-writing, KinkyFish frequently collaborate with playwright Duncan Battman, staging highly-praised productions of Consequences at the Edinburgh and Camden Fringe Festivals, as well as premiering The Book, and Spoofing for Gordon, which Rajan also directed.  Other credits include Richard III and Romeo & Juliet (both at Windsor Globe), and Derren Brown - Hero at 30,000 Feet (Channel 4).

Rajan Sharma

Enoch Frost is cast as Tony, B's long standing partner in crime.


Enoch's recent appearances include Skyfall, Guardians of the Galaxy, HBO TV series Rome, Buffalo Soldiers (2001), Land of the Blind (2006) Outpost (2008) and Shifty (2008). His UK TV appearances include The Bill & Holby CIty.

Enoch Frost


Malcolm Tomlinson is cast as corrupt police detective Terence.


Malcolm's credits include Bruce Baines in Emmerdale, Mr. Davies in Hollyoaks and as Dot Cotton’s Solicitor in Eastenders. Other TV credits include Ron in ‘The Chase’, David Wallis in ’The Royal’, Dr. Cole in ‘The Bill’, Patrick Merrison in ‘Doctors’ and Mr. Harris in ‘Bernard’s Watch’, as well as featured roles in ‘Cold Feet’, ‘Blue Murder’, 'The Upper Hand’, ‘Heartbeat’, ‘Grange Hill’, ‘Crossroads’, ‘Byker Grove’, ‘Kiss Me Kate’, ‘Boon’ and ‘Perfect Scoundrels’.

Malcolm Tomlinson


Neerja Naik is cast as Afghan drug smuggler Pari.


Neerja graduated from Cambridge before training at Drama Centre London and has since featured in several films including Professional Woman of the Year, Life Goes On, the multi award winning feature film - Sold & The Hallying, as well as TV appearances including Casualty. Click photo for IMdB

Neerja Naik


Sean Cronin is cast as crazed Russian gangster Delski.


Sean's roles include James Bond, 'The World Is Not Enough (1999) 'The Mummy' (1999) 'The Mummy Returns' (2001)' and 'Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets' (2002).

Sean Cronin


Katarina Gellin is cast as Sirus' long suffering girlfriend, Amanda.


Katarina's credits include roles in Eastenders, Doctors, The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) and The Thompsons (2012). She holds a Silver diploma from BADC and is also a keen dancer, model, martial artist and horse rider.

Katarina Gellin


Tom Bonington makes an appearance as the night controller.


Tom's extensive credits include TV, Film, Radio & Theatre. Click his picture to see them all.

Tom Bonington

Jeanette Rourke appears as Jane, Sirus' boss at TMH Couriers


Jeanette's  TV credits include BBC, TV and  the lead role in BAFTA winning short film, 'Do Not Erase'.

Jeanette Rourke

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Arin Alldridge is Detective Inspector Priestly, a hideously corrupt London copper who preys on small-time drug dealers.


Arin was a regular in ITV’s The Bill, for two years, playing PC Young. His cliff-hanger penultimate episode, Losing It, attracted 15.3 million viewers, which remained the highest viewing figures in the programme’s 27 year history. Other work includes playing Joe Simpson in ITV’s Dead Men’s Tales, and he has starred in several short films, including Carl Medland’s award-winning Blinded (2009), and feature film The Cost of Love (2011). He has collaborated with director Chris Bouchard in the Human Residue project (2006) and the internet phenomenon, The Hunt For Gollum (2009), in which he played Ranger Arithir. Click photo for IMdB.

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