Kevin started out acting at a young age, attending PACE Youth Theatre as a 6-year-old until the age of 17. He then attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama where in his second year of study he secured the lead role in John Tiffany’s awarding winning production of Peter Pan.
As a result of this break, Kevin has gone on to secure a substantial body of work in both Theatre, Stage and Screen. Kevin came to prominence in Dexter Fletcher’s 2014 Award Winning Sunshine on Leith, going on to work with Terence Davies in Sunset Song and Robert Carlyle in The Legend of Barney Thomson. He has also gone on to star in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and as Mr Abernathy in Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them. 2018 sees the release of Ridley’s Scott’s The Terror for AMC in which Kevin also stars as doomed Sailor Henry Peglar. Furthermore, Simon Hunter’s feature film Edie starring alongside Sheila Hancock is currently in cinemas across the UK and Europe. Furthermore, Kevin will be seen reprising his role of Mr Abernathy in Fantastic Beasts & The Crimes of Grindlewald alongside Johnny Depp & Eddie Redmayne.
At a young age Siobhan joined North Lanarkshire Youth Theatre and continued onto the Apollo Players, before attending the Musical Theatre course at the Dance School of Scotland. Siobhan then went on to train on the BA (Acting) course at the the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She has performed in numerous theatre roles including Perditia in The Winter’s Tale, Cecile in Les Liaison Dangereues (Lyceum Edinburgh) and Agnes in The Found Man (The Traverse). Her TV credits include Pramface, The Bill and River City. She has played various roles on screen and was nominated for best actor at the Scottish BAFTA’s for her leading role as Leonie in Ken Loach’s Jury Prize winning feature film The Angels’ Share.
Stephen was nominated for Best Actor at the Scottish BAFTA's, for his performance in Crying with Laughter. He's been a regular performer at The National Theatre of Scotland, most recently in Blackwatch. He also appeared in Anita Vettesse’s Happy Hour and starred in the brilliantly reviewed Let the Right One In at The Royal Court. Further credits include: Rushmore, Orphans, The Acid House and Band of Brothers. He can currently be seen in David Mackenzie’s highly anticipated new film, Outlaw King which recently premiered at TIFF
Conor McCarron first appeared in Peter Mullan's coming-of-age, award winning drama NEDS. In 2010 he won the Silver Shell Award for Best Actor at the San Sebastian Film, he was also awarded Young Performer of the Year at the London Critics Circle Film Awards. Conor went on to study at the Scottish Youth Theatre and featured in Paul Wright's award winning film For Those in Peril. In 2014 he featured in Daniel Wolfe's first feature Catch Me Daddy and in 2016 he appeared in the BBC drama Murder, directed by Birger Larsen. Other credits include in a number of short films including The Gas Man, Kittiwakes, Big Dog and more recently Bunny.