Born to a Jamaican mother and an Armenian father, Loussin-Torah is a speaker, multi-disciplinary artist, events producer and yoga teacher from North West London who is passionate about strengthening communities through arts and cultural exposure. Previous acting work includes The Love of the Nightingale with City Lit Theatre directed by Laura Baggaley (2016) and Foodie with The Minerva Collective presented at The Hope Theatre in Islington, (2018). As a keen member of the Roundhouse Choir 2018-2019, Loussin-Torah has performed and sung at the Roundhouse and Southbank Centre, supporting artists such as Angelique Kidjo and M.I.A. Since March 2018, Loussin-Torah has been writing poetry and performed at Poetic Unity in Brixton. She is also the co-founder, host and performer at Wombxnity, a monthly open mic jam, featuring dance, poetry, music and visual performance art that celebrates the feminine energy.
Aaron's theatre credits include Passing (RADA Studios), Grotto (Blue Elephant), Blue Giraffe (Redgates Theatre), Girlboss (Southwark Playhouse) and Wonder Boy (Arcola Theatre). Outside London, Aaron has performed in Vienna’s English Theatre production of A Family Affair in Austria and Michael Murpurgo's Kensuke's Kingdom at the Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh. As a writer his short plays have been performed at Theatre503, Arcola Theatre, Criterion Theatre, The Vaults and Ambassadors Theatre. He is a commissioned and published playwright through James Graham’s Sketching.
London born Nemide is excited to return to the stage with represent. after a four year break from acting to have her three children. Some of her professional credits include The Furey’s (ITV), Silent Witness (BBC), Doctors (BBC), award winning web and television series Brothers With No Game and US series Close Friends. Nemide also continues her work as the voice of business app Aapryl currently used in North America. As well as acting, Nemide has taken her hand to writing including a widely read blog Finding Nemi which has now been developed into a full length one woman show.
North London based actor Bola made his debut TV appearance in BBC’s Casualty in 2011. Over the last year, he has worked with Peter Cattaneo on the BBC film Diana & I and completed the short film Psalm 23, in which he played the lead role of David, based on a contemporary take of the biblical story of David and King Saul. Most recently, he performed at the Lyric Hammersmith in FEELS written and directed by TD Moyo.
Sarel has worked on various projects, from working with Roy Alexander Weise at the Lyric Hammersmith to being part of the VAULT Festival. She took a break from acting to gain some life experience. As well as travelling, she delved into writing and experimented with learning new skills. Now, back with a vengeance, she is ready to work harder than ever before. Her break confirmed that acting is her first love and she is excited to be back in the room with other creatives to make some great work.
Adam Rachid Lazaar
Adam is a London based actor who recently graduated with a BA in Acting from Bath Spa University. His tenure with represent. will mark his professional debut as an actor. “This opportunity will open doors that are usually closed to me due to my family being of a working class background. I believe it expresses the necessary motion for change of representation in the industry and I am honoured to be in the vanguard of that change.”