We were lucky enough to convince (blackmail) loads of brilliant people to lend their voices to these shenanigans.
Here are their names and likenesses.
Glenn Moore is a stand-up comedian, sketch comedy performer and writer. He also works as a newsreader, so frankly it's a real coup that Hector Vs The Future enlisted his services.
Lorna trained in Acting at Bretton Hall where she graduated with first class honours. Since then she has worked as an actor, musician and comedian and toured with numerous theatre companies in the UK and abroad including Blunderbus, Red Handed and Shifting Sands. Lorna is one half of critically acclaimed comedy duo, That Pair, who have sold out both Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe and the Soho Theatre. Together they have appeared on Radio 4's 'Sketchorama'. As a solo performer, Lorna's TV and Radio credits include 'The Midnight Beast', BBC Comedy Feeds 'Life Guru' and 'Newsjack' amongst others. Lorna is also performing her debut solo cabaret show as her character 'Ava Rage' around London this summer.
Molly Beth Morossa
Molly Beth Morossa is an award winning performer, writer, theatre maker and cabaret artist. Her first solo show Carnival of Crows was nominated for 4 awards with one win at the Edinburgh Fringe 2012. Her latest work Greywing House completed a UK tour in 2015 and culminated in a residency at The Old Red Lion with a double bill of her solo shows. She is a regular contributor to the London Horror Festival, and also performs on London's cabaret circuit. She creates bespoke performances for art and gallery events having previously been commissioned by Tate Modern, The Courtauld Gallery, Somerset House and The Royal Academy. One of Crowley & Co's The Night Players, she is moving into the world of comedy regularly hosting The Night. Having performed in Marisa Carnesky's Tarot Drome at Vaults (2013) and Latitude Festival (2014), she is joining forces once more with the Oliver Award winning show-woman on her latest show Dr Carnesky's Incredible Bleeding Woman performing and performing at the Soho Theatre over Christmas and New Year.
Tom Crowley is a comedy writer, director and performer. He has been heard on BBC Radio 4's The Lentil Sorters and The Brig Society, and is a writer and actor on the podcast sitcom Wooden Overcoats. His stage adaptation of the Rocky Horror sequel, Shock Treatment, was performed at the King's Head Theatre from April-June 2015, to rave reviews and huge fan approval. He runs the theatre company Crowley & Co., best known for their Locker residency at VAULT Festival 2016 and their five-star storytelling show Radioman at the Old Red Lion Theatre in April 2016, and comperes their variety show, The Night, in Islington every month.
Adam Blampied is a trained actor (LAMDA) and a founding member of Chortle-award nominees, The Beta Males. He also makes stupid videos for the YouTube channel, WhatCulture Wrestling, and writes the occasional short story, which can be found at adamblampied.com
Lucy Farrett is an actress, character comedian and founding ensemble member of Belt Up Theatre. She is the creator of solo-character comedy LADYFACE and was recently selected to compete for the BBC New Comedy Award 2016.
Not that we want to blithely copy and paste Luke’s bio, but as he’s another core member of Casual Violence, he has also starred on BBC Radio 4 and performed award winning, sell-out run shows at the Soho Theatre, the Lowry, the Leicester Square Theatre, the Vault Festival, and the Edinburgh / Brighton Fringes. James has formally apologised to every member of his troupe for commandeering their entire acting careers in the name of his vanity project(s).
Anna Morris is a multi-talented comedian, writer and actress. She's starred in ITV2's Bad Bridesmaid and BBC1’s Outnumbered. She has written for The Paul O'Grady Show, Man Stroke Woman and Newsrevue. Anna has also written and performed three sell-out solo Edinburgh Fringe shows. She has her own viral web series on YouTube (Georgina's Wedding Blogs) and is returning to Edinburgh this year with her 2015 smash hit, It's Got to be Perfect.
Kat Bond is an actress , comedian and writer and one half of critically acclaimed comedy duo That Pair. Credits include Call the Midwife, CH4 Dr Browns Comedy Blaps, BBC 2's the Agency. Radio includes Sketchorama and Radio 4 sitcom Expenses Only.
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John Henry is a comedian and actor best known as immortal wizard The Story Beast and as the hairiest, most naked one off The Beta Males. His debut solo show was Nominated for Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer and Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe. He can currently be seen pretending to be a Baron in The Crystal Maze.
Loren O'Brien is an American born to Irish parents and although she is O'Brien on both sides has trained at LAMDA and Second City. After the the success of her first show aLOne she is currently performing her second stand-up show Loren O'Brien: Who?
Gemma Arrowsmith is a comedy writer/performer. She has appeared in Charlie Brooker's How TV Ruined Your Life, Vic Reeves' Ministry of Curious Stuff and Relic: Guardians of the Museum which won a BAFTA. She has most recently written for Tracey Ullman's Show, Newsjack and The Now Show. She runs the YouTube channel Sketches in My Flat and the podcast Hayley & Ruth: Two Stars which is hosted by the British Comedy Guide.
Felix Trench is an actor and writer who trained at Drama School London. He is best known for playing Rudyard Funn in Wooden Overcoats and as Richard Cheeseman in Zombies Run. His writing work includes Radioman which had a month long run at the Old Red Lion in 2016 and Valkyrie which won a new writing award at Vault festival in the same year.
Feliks Mathur graduated from The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2015. Since then he has performed in "This Must be the place" - Brad Birch and Kenny Emson. Directed by Justin Audibert and "Fear and Misery of the Third Reich" at the Union Theatre, directed by Phil Wilmott.
Another member of the Casual Violence troupe (we used most of them), Alex has starred on BBC Radio 4 and performed award winning, sell-out… you probably get the picture if you’ve read this far. He will also be playing Sebastian Owl in the upcoming series Truncated Nightmare Hour, which is made by most of the people behind this.