Chris Simmons (Older Steve)
Chris Simmons trained at The London Academy of Performing Arts after winning a scholarship.
TV credits include … Holby City, The Bill, Casualty, The Dumping Ground, Doctors, Eastenders, Touching Evil, Bugs and Suspects.
Theatre credits include … Nicholas Beckett in Joe Orton’s What The Butler Saw, Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Man in The Telescope, John in Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends.
Most recent film credits include … the feature films Ibiza Undead and The London Tombs, due to be released this year.
Chris is thrilled to be playing the iconic legend that is Steve Marriott.
Carol Harrison (Kay Marriott)
Carol is one the the UKs best recognised and highly respected actresses. She began her professional career in the early 1970’s working at the cutting edge of new writing in the theatre.
She joined the Royal National Theatre Company to work with the legendary Arthur Miller in Michael Rodman’s highly acclaimed production of Death of a Salesman. She went on to star in Ripen Our Darkness at the Royal Court Theatre, London, The Ascent of Wilberforce Three, at the Lyric Hammersmith, Alfie at the Liverpool Playhouse (directed by Alan Parker) and Swaggers (winner of the Best Fringe award), to name a few. More recently, she has appeared in Lee Hall’s Cooking with Elvis and An Eligible Man in 2012.
Snapped up by TV at an early age, Carol appeared in the prestigious Play of the Month production of Arnold Wesker’s The Kitchen/Danton’s Death and Play for Today, Nipper, by Barrie Keefe.
Since then she has played guest lead roles in some of Britain’s finest shows, including Kavanagh QC, Daylight Robbery, Broke, Perfect Scoundrels and two series of London’s Burning. Her latest TV movie Martha Jac and Sianco for S4C won six Welsh BAFTA awards.
Alongside her powerful dramatic roles, Carol is also known for her comic creations. For seven years she played the incorrigible Gloria in the popular series Brushstrokes and also starred opposite Ray Winstone as sassy Loretta in the comedy series Get Back. Carol is probably best known as the exciting, fiery and passionate Louise Raymond in Eastenders. The storyline between her and son in law Grant Mitchell gripped the nation and it was for this storyline that Eastenders won the BAFTA for best soap for the first time.
No stranger to film, her prestigious credits include Loose Connections, The Elephant Man, Quadrophenia, and as Moff’s mum in the cult hit Human Traffic.
Samuel Pope (Younger Steve)
Samuel trained at the University of Manchester where he was awarded BA honours after a three-year course studying theatre, music and film. He then progressed to the Royal Academy of Music to study Musical Theatre and graduated in the summer of 2012.
Theatre credits include: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol UK Tour, Lon Smith in Meet Me In St. Louis (The Landor Theatre), the UK debut of The Theory of Relativity @ The Actors Church (Relative Motion) and as lead Singer/Guitarist onboard the Seabourn Quest and most recently Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth in 2016.
Sam is honoured to be taking on the role of Steven Marriott and only hopes to do him justice in the eyes (and ears) of his fans.
David Shute (Alternate Young Steve )
David trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, graduating in 2013.
Theatre credits include; Stick Man (UK & International Tour, Scamp Productions), We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (UK & International Tour, Kenny Wax Ltd.), The Complete Voyages of Falstaff (RSC), Immaculate (Tea House Theatre), What the Ladybird Heard (UK & International Tour, Kenny Wax Ltd.), Used Blood Junkyard (Arcola Theatre), Last Embrace (Tree Shadow Theatre Productions) plus other credits through training.
David couldn’t be more excited to rock out every night with such a vivacious cast and crew. We are the Mods!
Danielle Johnson (Alternate Kay)
Danielle trained at The Academy Drama School.
Recent theatre credits include Malabelle in Beauty and the Beast, Gila in One for the Road (The Cockpit Theatre), Costard in Love’s Labour's Lost, Sally in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (The Shaw Theatre).
National tours include Selina in The Tart and the Vicar's Wife, Sally in Dangerous Obsession, Maggie in Dead of Night, Sally in Cash on Delivery and Birgita in An evening with Gary Lineker.
Variety shows include Howlin’ at the Moon (Hackney Empire), To Die For (London Palladium) and Danielle is part of the 1940’s vintage act, Sweetheart Swing.
Other theatre credits include La Ronde (the Greenwich Playhouse), Sue in A Gaggle of Saints, Helen in Agamemnon, Griselda in Murder at The Vicarage and Joan in The Lark.
Danielle presented her own radio show in the 90’s, The Homework Hotseat, for Neptune Radio.
For television, Danielle appeared as Nadine in Eastenders for the BBC. Commercials include Vauxhall Tigra and Cancer Research.
Danielle has been part of the All or Nothing team from the beginning and is very proud to be part of such a wonderful production.
Stefan Edwards (Kenney Jones)
Stefan trained at the Arts Educational School in London for 3 years and graduated with a BA Hons in Acting.
Theatre credits include: Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Artrix, Birmingham), Guard in American Justice (Arts Theatre, West End), Giles in Pineapple Juice (Brockley Jack), Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet (France/UK Tour), Understudy of Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap (St Martins Theatre, West End).
TV and Film credits include: James Ellison in Sinister Ministers (Discovery I.D. USA) and he was also part of the London 2012 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies which was directed by Danny Boyle and Kim Gavin.
Stefan is excited to be playing the role of Kenney Jones and hopes that you have lots of fun watching it.
Stanton Wright (Ronnie Laine)
Stanton trained at Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts.
Ralph, Lord of The Flies (Courtyard Theatre, Hereford); Troubadour, Take Me Here By The Dishwasher (Barbican, Ragnar Kjartansson); Actor/Puppeteer, This Moose Belongs To Me and Jackie And The Baboon (Unicorn Theatre & Orange Tree Theatre/Brunskill & Grimes); Florence, Florence Loves You (Theatre 503);
Devil, The Glorious Damnation of Eddie Small (Union Theatre/BedlamTheatre); Performer, Renaissance Body (RSC/British Museum).
Out Of The Box (Short); Rum (Short)
Stanton is thrilled to be playing the role of the legendary Ronnie Lane and is excited to be bringing the story of the Small Faces into 2018!
Alexander Gold (Ian McLagan)
Dedicated polymath, Alex was born at a very young age and started his magical journey working in music marketing for former Radio 1 DJ Gary Davies, before being head-hunted by Development Hell – publishers of The Word and Mixmag.
Forging a musical career in parallel, he has performed all over the world on too many instruments to mention, with acts as diverse as original ’77 punk legends, The Boys (Joey Ramone’s favourite band) to The United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra, with whom he spent a month, as a guest of Dolly Parton, at her Dollywood Park, deep in Tennessee.
He’s also dabbled in the heady world of film, playing Clash drummer Topper Headon, opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ Joe Strummer in 2016’s London Town.
A career highlight thus far has been a big old hug from Rod Stewart. Ahhhh.
Edward Elgood (Jimmy Winston / Andrew Oldman)
Trained at Drama Studio London.
Theatre credits include: King Charles III (Wyndham’s); The hMousetrap (No.1 Tour); Mucedorus (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); The Soulless Ones (Hammer House of Horror); Richard III (Arts Theatre); Father of the Bride (The Mill at Sonning); The Hound of the Baskervilles: The Radio Theatre (Theatro Technis); The Importance of Being Earnest (Tour); The Maids (The Cockpit); The Possibilities (Camden People’s Theatre) and The Lady of Pleasure (Shakespeare’s Globe – Sam Wanamaker Festival).
TV credits include: Genius - Picasso (Imagine Entertainment).
Film credits include: Cain Hill (Cupsogue Pictures); The Flight of the Flamingo (The Clapper Bored) and Picture Perfect (IZM Productions).
Karis Anderson (PP Arnold)
A South London girl born and bred, Karis started dancing at the age of 3 and studied performing arts at The Brit School.
In January 2011, Karis joined the girl band, STOOSHE and after a year in development, they broke on to the UK music scene with the release of their first pop single, Love Me, featuring American rapper Travie McCoy.
Stooshe have had huge commercial success including 4 top 20 hits, getting nominated for the BBC Sound Poll and touring with female super houses such as J-Lo and Nicki Minaj.
With an unconventional approach to the standard girl band formula, Stooshe achieved rapid success with their monster song, Black Heart spending over 16 weeks in the UK Charts and receiving a nomination for "Best British single" at the 2013 Brit Awards, up against some of the biggest names in the industry such as Adele.
Having successfully accomplished a commercial career in pop music Karis is ready to go back to her initial love of theatre and, after a sparkling festive period playing Genie of the Ring in ALADDIN for Jordan Productions this Christmas, she is excited to be joining the Company of ALL OR NOTHING at the Arts Theatre.
Russell Floyd (Don Arden)
Russell trained at RADA and his many stage credits include Sir Courtly Nice (RSC), Going To A Party (National Theatre), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Oxford Playhouse), Privates On Parade (Westcliff Palace Theatre), Dracula (Hull Truck), Up And Under (Swansea Theatre Royal), Fit And Proper People (Soho Theatre), the title role in Hangman (Tristan Bates), Happy Birthday Sunita (Watford Palace Theatre and UK / International Tour) and Forget Me Not (Bush Theatre). He has directed award-winning shows at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle.
Russell is familiar to television viewers from his regular roles as Michael Rose in EastEnders and as D.C. Ken Drummond in The Bill.
Other television credits include London’s Burning, Casualty, Doctors, Dream Team, Frank Stubbs Presents and The Fridge.
Feature film work includes Ascendancy and End Game and Russell is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 drama productions. Last year he starred in Jon Ford's film, Offensive, which premieres this year.
Daniel Beales (Bill Marriott / Tony Blackburn / Stanley Unwin)
DANIEL BEALES started his professional career aged 10 playing John Darling in Peter Pan.
As a child, he appeared in numerous Stage, Film and Television productions including the role of Ptolemy X1V in The Cleopatras for the BBC, alongside some of Britain’s best loved actors, including a certain Carol Harrison!
He made his West End debut aged 18, playing John Taplow alongside Paul Eddington and Dorothy Tutin, in the award winning production of Rattigan’s
The Browning Version. At the Royalty, he then played Jerry Cruncher in John Geilgud’s A Tale of Two Cities. 150 episodes of SciFi series Jupiter Moon, fondly referred to since as ‘Crossroads in Space’ followed, then appearances include Casualty, Bouncers, Strike it Rich and Look Around You.
Films include Wish you were Here, Treasures and The Blind Spot. Stage roles include, Entertaining Mr Sloane, Steptoe and Son, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Release the Hounds and The Treason Show.
Musicals have included lead roles in Cliff the Musical, Sin and Salvation and Buddy’s Song, as well as several outings in Panto. He is delighted to be reprising his many roles in All or Nothing, bringing Carol Harrison’s words to life.
Alfie Harrison-Foreman (Robert Stigwood / Terry the Egg / Rod Stewart )
Alfie is a graduate from Brighton and Hove College, where he studied film making. His first documentary Balls, Birds and Brighton, about Brighton and Hove Albion football team and their fans, was produced by Channel 4.
His love of the arts, especially film and television, is inherited from his parents, who are both well known performers.
Alfie understudies for All Or Nothing, playing numerous roles and has also been credited with his first feature length production, The Bromley Boys.
Alfie brings together the front of house and has designed and developed the All Or Nothing merchandise range.
Dani Acors (Jenny / Ensemble)
Training: The Sylvia Young Theatre School and London Studio Centre
Theatre includes: Apostle Woman and U/S Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar (International Tour), Mrs Potiphar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. Dani also covered and played The Narrator (UK Tour). Ensemble and Dance Captain in Finian’s Rainbow (Union Theatre and Charing Cross Theatre), The Enchantress in Beauty and the Beast (Capitol Theatre, Horsham), Spirit of the Ring in Aladdin (Capitol Theatre, Horsham), Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington (Towngate Theatre, Basildon), Ensemble in Mad on Her (Above the Arts, London) and Wendy Jo in Footloose (Greenwich Theatre).
Feature Film includes: Beauty and the Beast for Walt Disney Studios, Debutante/Ball Room Dancer.
Recordings include: Mandy in 43 Years in the Third Form (BBC Radio 4) and Julius the Rat in The Pied Piper of Hamlin (Workshop). Dani also presented The Disney Channel and Disney’s Cinnemagic.
Dani would like to dedicate her Performance to the memory of her friend Vanessa.
Emily Daniels (Ensemble / Dance Captain)
Emily completed her professional training at Bird College of Dance, Music and Theatre, graduating with a Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre.
Emily’s credits include Ensemble in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Darlington Hippodrome), Ensemble / cover Sophie in Mamma Mia and Featured Ensemble in Blue Planet (Royal Caribbean), Sheila / Dance Captain in A Chorus Line, Ensemble & Dance Captain in A Wonderful Town and featured ensemble throughout Seasons and Wonderland (Bird College)
Emily is delighted to be joining the cast of All or Nothing