Caitlin Hill graduated from the Southbank Institute of Technology in 2014 with an Advanced Diploma of Arts (Acting). In film, Caitlin has worked on shorts for Grif the Film School, JMC Academy, and SAE Institute. On stage, Caitlin has played Justine Cutler in Sven Swenson’s TIPTOE at the Brisbane Powerhouse, created #whiteandgold for Short+Sweet and The Festival of Australian Student Theatre, played Willow in The Wives of Wolfgang at Anywhere Theatre Festival, and created, Boys Taste Better With Nutella, with Peter Wood, for Short+Sweet Queensland - in which she won Best Actress and Best Overall play. Fun Fact: Caitlin was the most-subscribed Australian YouTuber in 2006 as TheHill88, which collected over 57,000 subscribers and over 14,000,000 views.
According to Aimee's IMDb, she's acted in the same number of projects as her shoe size (eight, in case you're wondering). However, this is not inclusive of the many amateur theatre productions and student/unpaid/slave labour short films she has appeared in. A graduate of the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and QUT, Aimee is someone who loves to learn and relishes the opportunity to share her knowledge and experience with others. When Aimee isn't performing, she can be found teaching acting and musical theatre to kids, baking cakes or watching too many Youtube videos. Aimee's upcoming projects include Emporium, Hoges and When One Door Closes.
Born in Sweden, Sebastian Angborn started acting at the age of 8. Having studied at various institutions including NIDA Young Actors Studio and the Atlantic Theatre Company in New York City, Sebastian's credits include, 500 Miles, Sea Patrol, The Elephant Princess, Brainless Killers and Monarch Cove.