Cast & Crew


Andrea Earl
Writer, Director, Producer

Andrea left Nursing to study Drama in 1988. She has written and directed over forty plays for theatre, t.v. and radio (and managed to pick up some awards along the way). This is her first attempt at a feature film. She is holding tight and enjoying the ride.

Tessa Coleman
Writer, Executive Producer

I’ve been writing and acting for more years than I care to remember! Written for tv, theatre Radio and stage, appeared in many theatre productions. Look who’s coming to stay, written first as “Fog” with Andrea Earl, is perhaps the culmination of all those years but its still a huge learning curve!

Natalia Kalyuzhnaya
Associate Director

Originally from Russia, Natalia came to Liverpool to study creative arts and filmmaking. After a few successful short films ‘Look who is coming to stay’ is her first feature film in a role of a co-director. She likes adventure and arts and used to skydive from a perfectly good airplane. Yes, she speaks with the the Russian accent. No, she is not a relative to Mr Putin.

Finleigh Donald

I’ve been performing since i can remember and have an absolute love and passion for it. I hope i can take it further one day. The film is a lot different to anything I’ve done before but I’m excited to work on it and have an entirely new experience and learn a lot.

Guy Browning

Guy has been acting in Jersey amateur stage productions for over thirty years. He mostly appears now in classical plays, appearing most recently as Macbeth, Petruchio and Lord Capulet with The Samares Players. This July he will be appearing as John Proctor in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.


Christian Jegard

Christian Jegard is a musician, writer and aspiring actor. He grew up in Jersey and currently lives in Brighton. ‘Look Who’s Coming To Stay’ is his first acting role. 

Zara Johnston

Hello, my name is Zara Johnston, I am 17 years old and I am currently doing my A Levels. My hobbies include writing, netball, photography and acting. When I’m older I aim to become an actress/director/writer.

Dave Hyett

Dave Hyett began his performance career as a breakdancer which he still is and teaches children break dance and born to move. He’s trained in many styles of martial arts for 30 years and has had many tournament wins. Dave has been acting since 2001 with Guernsey drama groups. GADOC, Youth theatre and others. He trained at East 15 acting school in Essex in physical theatre and has worked in many stage shows, music videos and film. He is looking forward to this film not only being in the fight but also choregraphing it too.

Richard Pedley

Richard Pedley is a local amateur actor who has been recruited by a bewildering number of directors over the years, and yet somehow still gets booked, almost certainly due to a dearth of talent on the Island. This is his second full length feature, the first having just about faded from public memory. He is currently developing a one-man show about a shipwrecked magician which he will direct himself, and is believed to have the largest private collection of playing cards in the Island.

Niki Perchard
Continuity Head

Member of Diversity Artist Group, The Harbour Gallery. Occasional Theatre director for TC Productions. Multi-tasker & life-long learner!

Duncan Baxter
Assistant Transport Manager

Duncan Baxter, 2nd in Command Transport, general factotum!! Am dram years ago, car, plane enthusiast, ex banker, in Jersey 34 years.

Caro Tomlinson
Production Assistant

Caro Tomlinson has been involved in the creative arts since obtaining her BA in English and Film. Civil servant by day and screen writer and film administrator by night, Caro works on the sexy stuff like public liability insurance!

Carla Butler
Production Artist

Carla has joined the team as production artist, photographer and website designer. She is excited to be involved in this project as always have been involved in stage productions at school, and having a love of cinema, she will finally see her name up on the big screen!

Reine Fresco

Reine Fresco is currently studying for her A Levels but loves a bit of drama! She is excited to have been cast in this film as one of Kate Hepburn’s young fans.

Philippa Lounis
Costume Designer

I’m Philippa Lounis, born in the island of Jersey; and from a young age I loved films and costume. I went on to study fashion and textiles at UWE Bristol, where I focused on expressing yourself and your values through fashion. 3 years ago I started helping with costumes for theatre and I haven’t looked back. I love the historical accuracy and emotive power that comes through costume design.


Terry Arthur
Transport Manager

It’s fascinating to be involved back stage sourcing vehicles and locations. Seeing the birth, growth and deliverance of the original play “Fog” and its transformation into a film is an exclusive experience. I am grateful for the opportunity.