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Meet the Chain Gang Cast

Chain Gang cast

Meet the cast of our Chain Gang, the drama where Radio 7's listeners decide what happens next. From left to right: Eloise Secker, Orlando James, Charlotte Worthing and Michael Imerson.

All four were finalists in the 2009 Radio Drama Soundstart new talent initiative. Read on to find out more about our versatile team.

Charlotte Worthing

Charlotte Worthing (Susan)

Herefordshire-born Charlotte is a recent graduate from The Oxford School of Drama. Since then she has worked with Nabokov Theatre Company on a piece of Verbatim theatre at The Bush Theatre. Previous roles include The Princess of France in Loves Labours Lost and Gemma in Game Girl, Game Boy for DryWrite Theatre Company.

Michael Imerson

Michael Imerson (Brian)

Michael's television work includes roles in Channel 4's BAFTA-award winning Buried, The Bill, Coronation Street and Method to Madness. Radio experience includes The Recall Man on Radio 4 and How Many Miles To Basra on Radio 3.

Eloise Secker

Eloise Secker (The 'other' Mrs Ferguson)

This summer Eloise graduated from the Rose Buford College of Theatre & Performance. She starred in a recent production of Moll Flanders, and has performed in productions of Other People's Music, Twelfth Night and Closer.

Orlando James

Orlando James (The Man)

Orlando graduated from the Drama Centre London this summer.  His radio work includes Slaughterhouse Five, directed by David Hunter and Ruminations Upon Mortality, directed by Jessica Dromgoole. He is also a member of Cheek by Jowl and plays Malcolm in an upcoming production of Macbeth.

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