Find out more about the people involved in the making of the film Devil's Bridge. Explore their background and other roles in the world of theatre, television, film and production.

Cast Details

Joseph Millson - Sean

Joseph Millson - Sean

Joseph is widely recognised as one of his generations' leading stage actors having played leading roles at almost every major theatre in the country and receiving great critical acclaim for his extensive work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, at the National Theatre and in London's West End.

Recent feature films include co-starring in the bafta nominated 'Abraham's Point', playing agent Carter opposite Daniel Craig in 'Casino Royale' and a cameo role in 'TELSTAR' (directed by Nick Moran).

Recent television roles include playing opposite Helena Bonham Carter in 'Enid', 'Campus' (the new comedy from the 'Green Wing' team), 'Ashes To Ashes', 'Survivors' and co starring in 'Talk To Me' a four part drama for ITV. He has played regular/long running characters in 'Eastenders', 'Peak Practice' and in the 'Doctor Who' spin off 'The Sarah Jane Adventures'.

Joshua Richards - William

Joshua Richards - William

Joshua Richards was born in Tenby, West Wales and trained at the Welsh College Of Music And Drama.

His Theatre work is extensive and includes: 'The Canterbury Tales', 'As You Like It', 'Henry IV' for The Royal Shakespeare Company; 'Macbeth', 'Troilus' and 'Cressida' For Theatre Clwyd; 'Brighton Rock' For Almeida Theatre, and as Buzz Adams in the West End World Tour of 'South Pacific'.

Joshua Richards appeared in 'Jump To Cow Heaven', a Fringe First winner at the Edinburgh Festival, which subsequently transferred to London's Riverside Studios, before playing Buckingham in 'Richard III' and Sir Toby Belch in 'Twelfth Night' for Barrie Rutter's Northern Broadsides.

He has achieved enormous critical acclaim for his portrayal of Richard Burton in his one man show 'Playing Burton' which he has toured both nationally and internationally. He also produced, directed and designed the Fringe First winning 'Rosebud, The Lives Of Orson Welles", Edinburgh 2004 and 2007.

Joshua Richards' Television credits include 'Reasonable Force', 'New World', 'Vision', 'A Perfect Spy', 'Trial And Retribution', 'The New Adventures Of Robin Hood', 'Mind Games' and 'Heartbeat'.

Joshua Richards' extensive film credits include 'Troy', 'Very Annie Mary', 'Dr Sleep', and 'Rancid Aluminum'

Michael Jibson - Adam

Michael Jibson - Adam

Michael Jibson grew up in Hull, East Yorkshire. He trained with the National Youth Music Theatre.

His film work includes Lyle Porter 'Flyboys', directed by Tony Bill; Eddie Burton in 'The Bank Job', directed by Roger Donaldson, 'Lecture 21' directed by Alessandro Barrico; and Steve Maddox in 'Red Mist', directed by Paddy Breathnach.

For his work as an actor on stage he was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Joe Casey in 'Our House' directed by Matthew Warchus - which was also filmed and released on DVD by BBC3, Tiger Aspect and Universal.

Other theatre work includes 'Brighton Rock' at the Almeida Theatre, playing the lead role of Pinkie Brown, directed by Michael Attenborough; various roles in the Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of 'The Canterbury Tales'; Charles Lindbergh in 'Take Flight' at the Menier Chocolate Factory (nominated for a Theatregoer's Choice award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical); Puck in 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' and The Painter in 'Timon of Athens' at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. 

Future work includes a cameo in the new Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant film 'Cemetery Junction', and the short film 'Golden Boy'.

Gary Mavers - Danny

Gary Mavers - Danny

Gary was born in Liverpool and trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His theatre credits include; 'All my sons' (Oxford stage company), 'Be-Bop-A-Lu-La' (Liverpool Playhouse), 'Bad Blood' (Ambassadors), Kay Mellors 'A Passionate Woman' (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and 'Wait until Dark' (Garrick Theatre - West End).

He made his television debut starring opposite Jonathan Price in the highly acclaimed BBC film 'Man from the Pru'. Other TV credits include 'Body and Soul' (CarltonTV) in which he starred opposite Kristen Scott-Thomas, 'Ruth Rendell Mysteries', 'Casualty' (BBC), 'Chimera' (Zenith), Jimmy McGovern's 'Needle' (BBC), 'The Unknown Soldier', 'Blue Murder' and one hundred episodes of 'Peak Practice' playing doctor Andrew Attwood, all for Carlton TV.

Gary's film work includes; 'Say Goodbye' Bafta Award winning short film (NFT), 'Ressurrected' directed by Paul Greengrass, Frank Clark's 'Blond Fist' (Film 4), 'S.N.U.B'. (Angry Badger Films) and 'Dead Mans Card's' (Stray dogs films).

David Scofield - Parry

David Schofield - Parry

David Schofield was born in 1951, in Manchester, England. He was one of ten children in a working-class family. His first acting experience was at Manchester Boy's School at the age of 12. In 1967 he was accepted as student assistant stage manager at a local repertory theatre. He started on the lowest step of the ladder and worked in every department as a prop-maker, sound-man, writer, stage sweeper, waiter and tea-maker, putting in 14-hour days, six days a week. After two seasons, at the age of 19, he became a student of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Aert, which he left early to pursue his path as a working actor.

He made a successful career in television, earning numerous credits in popular TV series such as 'Footballers' Wives' (2002) and 'Holby City' (1999) among many other TV productions. On the big screen David Schofield is best known as Falco in 'Gladiator' (2000), as McQueen in 'From Hell' (2001), and as Mr. Mercer in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' (2006). Schofield is also billed as Mercer in the third installment of the 'Pirates' franchise 'Pirates of the Caribbean 3 (2007)'.

David's distinguished stage career has seen the actor performing for the Royal Shakespeare Company and a long association with the Royal National Theatre. He also acted in musicals and straight plays on the West End stage in London. During his 30-year acting career he maintains the same agent. David Schofield has been enjoying a happy life with his wife Lally and their children, Fred and Blanche. He is currently residing in England.

Crew Details

Chris Crow

Chris Crow - Writer / Director / Producer

Chris Crow has written, directed and produced Shorts, video and film works. Alongside his film work, Chris has developed and produced numerous freelance based motion graphics, photographic and photo illustration projects for clients across the world.

In 2008, Chris formed the production company Dogs Of Annwn with David Lloyd. 'Devil's Bridge' is Chris' début feature film. Chris is currently developing a number of other feature length projects including 'Black Static', 'The Fallen' and 'The Risen'.

David lloyd

David Lloyd - Producer

David Lloyd grew up a fan of horror from an early age, watching late night Hammer Horror double bills with his father when he should have been tucked up in bed. Before taking the step into film production, David worked for the BBC for a number of years. During this time he worked firstly on the production side of BBC News programming and then in a number of roles in the New Media division. He left the BBC in 2006 to form his business Day Trip Media, which keeps him busy and creative to this day, alongside his role as one of the directors of Dogs Of Annwn.

Vern Raye

Vern Raye - Producer

Vern Raye founded Kraken Film Ltd in 2002. The company has a history of film and theatre production and Vern himself has worked in many areas of both industries. He has worked extensively across Europe and worldwide.

Presently based in London but with roots in Cardiff he spends a lot of time on the M4. Kraken is working on a number of projects for the future.

Simon Poulter - Director Of Photography

Simon is a highly skilled cinematographer with many years of high level experience in drama, commercials and promos. He has a very flexible in style and always makes the most of the technical and artistic tools at his disposal . He adds significant value to all the projects he works on.

His work on promos for 'Young@Heart' was recently rewarded at the Rose D’or Festival, with 2 Golden Rose awards.

Nick Elvey

Nic Elvey - Sound Designer

Nic has spent most of his eclectic career in the varied branches of British theatre, learning the technician’s trade across all departments.

Based near beautiful Bath, he is occasionally tempted away from the South West for interesting theatre and film projects. Never one to miss an opportunity for self-immolation, Devils Bridge is his first feature film.

Mark Rutherford

Mark Rutherford - Composer

Composer-producer Mark Rutherford is classically trained, his innovative approach to composition and unique style of production has led to him being increasingly in demand for the scoring of feature films and video games. He has worked for some of the world’s most prominent producers, directors artists and writers, including Peter Gabriel, Steve Levine, William Orbit, Goldie, Mike Oldfield, Simon Beaufoy, John Woo, Tony Cinciriprini, Billie Eltringham and the late John Hughes. Composing and producing for a wealth of projects has enabled Mark to demonstrate his talent for fusing a huge variety of musical styles into his work.

Recently, Mark completed the orchestral score for ‘Aliens vs Predator’, the video game from Twentieth Century Fox and SEGA, The score was recorded at the Bratislava Radio Studios in Slovakia, additional recording, mixing and mastering were all done at Mark's London studios.

Mark also composed the music for the feature film 'This is Not a Love Song', written by Simon Beaufoy (Slum Dog Millionaire). His music has featured in many other films including 'Hell’s Kitchen' (starring Rosanna Arquette and Angelina Jolie), 'Blood Brothers' (by director Jon Woo), 'Peace One Day' and 'Sacred Planet'.

Mark’s introduction to working on feature films came when Grammy award winning producer Steve Levine offered him the opportunity to work in his state of the art studio in London. Together they worked on many feature films including the Grammy Award winning 'Planes Trains and Automobiles', ‘Eversmile New Jersey’ staring Daniel Day-Lewis and ‘Mister Frost’ staring Jeff Goldblum.

As well as composing and producing for film and video games Mark has worked extensively in the music industry. His work with William Orbit involved co-producing, co-writing and remixing on a number of projects with artists such as Beth Orton, Yothu Yindi, Bassomatic, The Christians, Peter Gabriel, Ellie Lawson and Strange Cargo.

Mark’s work with artist and friend Goldie led to the creation of Metalheadz and the Rufige Cru, two underground production teams that helped pioneer a completely new sound, Drum & Bass. Together, their production and writing skills brought massive underground success.

Peter Gabriel invited Mark to compose and produce an album using contributions from a variety of artists at Gabriel's Real World Recording Studios in Box. The result, ‘Way Down Below Buffalo Hell’ by Jam Nation, featured artists attending Gabriel’s Real World recording week - Daniel Lanois, Jah Wobble, Billy Cobham Joe Strummer, Papa Wemba, Joseph Arthur and Gabriel himself. Mark has also worked with Mike Oldfield, Einsturzende Neubauten, Arthur Baker, Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren.


   

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