Breathing Corpses Cast Biographies

Breathing Corpses opens at Barons Court Theatre on Tuesday 20 October 2015. Call 020 8932 4747 to reserve your tickets. The cast:

Tim BloreTim Blore – Ben
Tim was a latecomer to this production but since getting involved has loved every minute! This is also not only his first play for KDC but his first since moving to London after taking part in numerous productions at Durham University including (most recently) The Taming of the Shrew, A Clockwork Orange and The Children’s Hour. The cast and production team have been fantastic to work with and are such a talented bunch. Tim hopes this will be the first of many KDC productions for him!

Jill DavyJill Davy – Elaine
Jill’s new script Science Experiment was recently produced by FOH Theatre Company where she played the snooty, space nerd Earth at the Vaults, Waterloo. She has performed with the Baroque Theatre Company in Sherlock Holmes and The Case of the Christmas Carol, The Haunting of Hill House, Up Pompeii, The Great Santa Kidnap, The 101 Dalmatians and Kindly Leave the Stage.  Jill has performed in Italy, Portugal and Spain, toured TIE and Panto as well as appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Cardiff International Music Theatre Festival.

Matthew JordanMatthew Jordan – Ray
This is Matthew’s second play with KDC – having received international acclaim for his role in Dinner. After graduating from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2014, he moved to the big smoke to become a chef and has now followed the natural career progression of a cook by advancing into the world of business consultancy.


James-McKendrickJames McKendrick – Jim
This is James’s second appearance for KDC following The Arsonists this summer. James also appeared in two productions this year for Woodhouse in The Tempest and Interview, the latter winning the award for best play at the Waltham Forest Festival. Other acting credits include The Acid Test (Jim Bank), Glengarry Glen Ross (Shelley Levene), Largo Desolato (Leopold Nettles) and Separate Tables (John Malcolm). He has directed Two and Bed for Woodhouse and Road and Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off for Network Theatre. He has also performed at the Edinburgh, Brighton and Prague Fringe Festivals and in productions that transferred to the Orange Tree Theatre and Riverside Studios

Nick MoutonNick Mouton – Charlie
Nick is delighted to be back in the cozy confines of Barons Court Theatre for another KDC Winter season. Other Barons Court encounters include, as an actor, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, A Clockwork Orange, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Red Noses (KDC); Bouncers, Popcorn (Basement Bodies). As a writer, Cab Ride (KDC). As a Director, One Night Hire (So It Goes Theatre). Other encounters while at the venue include being threatened with a sword by a mental Geordie and sleeping in the pub’s freezer, but that’s a whole different bunch of stories for another time. @NickMouton

Diana PaulineDiana Pauline – Kate
A newcomer to KDC, Diana is very excited to perform in Breathing Corpses as her first stage experience in London since moving here five years ago from Los Angeles. With her acting background found mostly in film, living in England has increased her passion and inspiration for theatre and is looking forward to being involved in many more stage productions to come.

Lisa Stewart – Amy
This is Lisa’s 2nd play for KDC, her last coming more than a decade ago. She is delighted to be getting back on stage after such a long hiatus.