JULIAN GAMM AS JD,
Julian Gammis an Award Winning Actor fast becoming known as the man with a thousand faces for his many versatile roles on the indie film circuit, he has also been fortunate enough to have acted in some high end films and tv series.
Julian has acted on sets like The Legend of Tarzan, The Hatton Garden Job, EastEnders, Wolf Hall, Dangerous Game, Max Payne-Retribution and worked alongside many A-list actors in the process.
Julian has gained a lot of experience from starring and working on many short films including 'Yellow' for which he won Best Actor at the Malibu Film Festival. Julian has also starred in many feature films like Eleven, The Lethal Game, Soldiers of Embers and The Reverend and Mrs Simpson to name a few, some of which are due for release soon. Julian strives to make each character he plays different from the last and always gives 100% when he is on or off set.
CARL WHARTON AS PATRICK ADAMS
Carl Is a fantastic seasoned Actor and brings a lot of weight and presence to the series in this role.
Carl has been working in film, theatre and television for over 30 years.
He gives a method approach to his characters full of depth, physicality and emotion.
He has worked in various Italian horror films, Bollywood and more recently Turkey.
He can be seen in the emotional film Turkish Ice Cream portraying the cold General Henry Willet.
Carl finds himself often portraying villainous characters with great depth.
He is looking forward to portraying Patrick Adams and to have the opportunity to bring him to life in White Crow.
JENNIFER PRESTON AS ESTER
Jennifer will be playing the elusive and mysterious Agent, Ester. Ester will certainly shake things up a bit, but who's side is she on? And who does she work for?
Jennifer is an actress and writer who has trained at the Royal Central School of speech and Drama and has many years of stage and screen acting experience.
She recently appeared in Sky Atlantic's ‘Britannia’ alongside Zoe Wanamaker, and in SyFy channel’s TV series ‘12 Monkeys’ opposite Emily Hampshire.
She starred in the title role of the feature film ‘Susan’ which has, to date, won 12 awards in international film festivals including two for best actress. She played a lead role in the short film ‘Nora’ which was screened at the BFI IMAX as part of the NHS 70th birthday celebrations, and for which she won a best actress award. She was also recently awarded best supporting actress for the feature film ‘British Made’.