Cast – Death and the Maiden

Helen Bradbury  (Paulina)

Helen Bradbury trained at Lamda. Theatre credits includes Constance in Versailles by Peter Gill (Donmar Warehouse); My Generation (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Our Country’s Good and Top Girls (Out of Joint); The Last of the Duchess (Hampstead Theatre); Crash (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Miser (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Fairy Queen (Glyndebourne Opera House & Royal Albert Hall); Airswimming (Courtyard Studio, London); A Month In The Country and Northanger Abbey (Salisbury Playhouse); Where Soldiers Sleep (Heritage Arts/Landguard Fort, Felixtowe) and Lethe (Timothy West/Theatre Royal Richmond).

TV includes The Dresser (Playground for BBC); The Outcast (Blueprint Pictures for BBC); The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher (ITV); Knifeman (AMC); Lucan (ITV); Sherlock (BBC); The Paradise (BBC); The Borgias (Showtime); Rachel Perlmutter in Upstairs Downstairs (BBC); Lennon Naked (BBC); Phone Shop (Talkback Thames).

Gareth Clarke (Robert)

Gareth’s theatre credits include: Ghost Stories (Arts Theatre, London); Private Lives (Vaudeville Theatre, London/Toronto); Francesco/Illuminato (The Arts Pilgrimage, Norfolk); Blithe Spirit (Apollo Theatre, London); Danny Champion of the World (UK No1 Tour); Cloud Nine (Union Theatre London); Captain Oates’ Left Sock (Finborough Theatre, London); Bedroom Farce (UK No1 Tour); Pinter’s People (Theatre Royal Haymarket, London); Whose Life is it Anyway (Comedy Theatre, London); La Musica (The Godot Company); A Fans’ Club (Wimbledon Studios); No Such Thing for Walking (Forward Theatre Company).

His film credits include: 12 In a Box,  Gecko, Magna Carta, 28 Weeks Later and  HSBC – Treehouse commercial.

Kevin McGowan (Gerard)

Kevin is very happy to be back in Frankfurt having previously appeared in the English Theatre’s productions of Rainman and Good People.

Originally from Manchester, England, Kevin has appeared in theatres all over the UK in plays by Shakespeare, Strindberg, Arthur Miller, Chekhov, Coward, Mamet, Alan Ayckbourn, Alan Bennett and Dario Fo, to name a few.

Most recently he appeared in the The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at Derby Theatre, playing the desperate and, ultimately, despicable Ray Say.

Kevin’s recent film work includes playing the English mathematician GH Hardy in Ramanujan, an Anglo-Indian production about the great Indian mathematician which was filmed in both English and Tamil. His most recent film Solitary earned Kevin a Best Actor in a Feature nomination at the Idyllwild Festival in LA and has just opened the London International Film Festival.

Kevin’s appearances on UK television include Jonathan Creek, Eastenders, Silent Witness, Casualty and Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Doctors, Hollyoaks, Courtroom, Peak Practice, London’s Burning and Between the Lines.