Shian is a Scottish actress with substantial credits in both film and theatre. She recently won Best Female Performance at A Night Of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney for her role in feature film Cat Sick Blues. She plays a strong supporting role in the feature Sawney which was nominated for the BAFTA Cineworld audience award and gained worldwide distribution. She also plays the lead in feature films Birthday and Tomoko. Short film work includes playing a leading role in BAFTA winning short film He Said, She Walks and multi award winning Split.
Theatre work includes being nominated for Best Actress by The Stage at the Acting Excellence Awards for her role in Snap. Catch. Slam. which performed at The Pleasance during the Edinburgh Fringe, followed by a national UK tour. Playing Helen in Dennis Kelly’s Orphans for a well established Australian theatre company and a year working with repertoire company Chamber Shakespeare playing Lady Macbeth, Desdemona and Ophelia.
Valeria graduated from one of the most prestigious acting schools in Madrid, Spain where she perfomed in a number of theater productions. She appeared in numerous Spanish television series; Minispace movistar, Los Simuladores, Yo Soy Bea, Los Vengadores, Angel o Demonio, El Futbol Nos Vuleve Locos, Homicidios and El Don De Alba.
After moving to London she was cast in the American series Dark Matters for the Discovery Channel.She has recently filmed Ller, Voices, Closure, Maestra and Turks & Caicos giving her the wonderful experience to work with Bill Nighty and Judy Davis. More recently Valeria has played Sonia in the BBC series The Intercepter and appeared alongside Matthew Fox in the apocalyptic feature film Extinction.
Christian trained at the Drama Centre London, where he worked with some of the countries top acting tutors and underwent the rigour of methodological training.
After graduating in 2012 he has acted in feature films, high profile music videos, award winning short films and classical theatre productions. He recently starred as the lead in a short film called Gone (2016).