25-year-old Athos was born and raised in Limassol, Cyprus. At 18 he began studying Interior Design in Thessalonica and two years later he continued with drama studies at the “Iasmos Higher Drama School” in Athens. He worked for 4 years as an assistant director and actor in many theatre productions.
Since 2014, Athos has been professionally acting in Cyprus, landing major roles in four television series and guest appearances in others. He has also acted in two short films (“Na ‘maste mazi”, 2011 and “Adikeologites Apousies”, 2015).
“Sunrise in Kimmeria” is his first role in a feature-length film.
Kika Georgiou was born in Larnaca, Cyprus. She studied music at Roosevelt University (Chicago, USA) and acting at Yorgos Armenis’ School of the Dramatic Arts (Athens, Greece).
She has collaborated with the National Theatre of Greece and worked for renowned theatre directors such as Nikos Mastorakis (“St. Joan of the Stockyards“), Yiannis Houvardas (“Stories of the Vienna Woods“) or Fotis Nikolaou (“Lamentu“, “Unravelling“, “Inland“).
She also participated in the critically acclaimed theatre play “Electra“ by well known German director Peter Stein, shown at New York’s City Center amongst others, and collaborated with Argentinian director and playwright Fernando Rubio on his performance “Everything by my side“.
The Cypriot actress has worked for cinema. Credits include Giorgos Gikapeppas’ “The City of Children“ that earned her the Greek Academy of Film’s award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2012, and the award for Best New Actress at the Athens International Film Festival in 2012
Tim was last seen on stage in London as Dr Spivey in the West End production of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” directed by Terry Johnson and starring Christian Slater.
Other theatre credits include: Jeremy in Matt Nelson’s award winning comedy “Sensitive People”, Kelly in “Prayer for My Daughter” directed by Scott Rosenberg for which Tim won an LA Drama Critic’s Award, Jack Kerouac in the off-Broadway celebration of the 50 year anniversary of the Beat Movement and Megs in Steve Metcalfe’s off- Broadway production of “Strange Snow”.
Amongst other important parts, Tim played the Bartender in Paolo Sorentino’s short film “Killer in Red”, that starred the British actor Clive Owen. He also played the part of Robert Grasso in the brilliant TV series “Lilyhammer” starring Steven Van Zandt.
Tim’s numerous film credits include: “Kill Command”, “Brand New-U”, and “The Idealist” – all due out in 2014. Additional credits comprise “Hyde Park on the Hudson”, “Mirrors”, “Last Chance Harvey”, “Daphne” and “The Real American”.
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Antonis Katsaris was born in Cyprus in 1943. He studied acting at the Athens Drama School and the Drama School of the Greek Art Theatre, as well as dance at the Pratsika School of Dance. Since 1964, Antonis Katsaris has worked as an actor in both Athens and in Cyprus and has collaborated with the Cypriot National Theatre (Th.O.C.) for 24 years.
In Greece, Antonis Katsaris starred in “Chrisomallousa” (1978) by Tonis Likourezis and “Klios” by Kostas Koutsomitis (1987). He has furthermore collaborated with director Christos Georgiou on the movie “Small Crime” (2008).
Antonis Katsaris has also directed a number of plays in Greece and Cyprus. The Greek Ministry of Culture has awarded him twice for Best supporting actor, for his work in “Kokkini Margarita” by Vassilis Vafeas and “Simadia tis Nichtas” by Panos Kokkinopoulos.
Andreas was born in 1959 in the Ammochostos district and now lives in Larnaca, Cyprus. Between 1985 and 1990, he studied directing and acting at the High Institute of Theatre Arts in Bulgaria, graduating with a Masters’ Degree in Directing.
Since 1990, he has been a loyal servant to Cypriot theatre, both as a director and an actor but also by holding various administrative positions.
He has also worked with all the major theatre groups of Cyprus and since 1990 has been Artistic Director of the Theatre Group “Scala”. Andreas has directed plays of all genres and he has countless major roles in theatre, television and cinema. His activities include setting up children’s and youth theatre workshops.