Danny seems to spend most of his Saturdays now flitting between various alter egos. He also loves a good book and is partial to a bit of Nordic noir. He is also losing a grip on reality as he becomes increasingly addicted to Twitter...
His many acting credits include, for TV: Call The Midwife, Holby City, Doctors, Eastenders, Footballer's Wives, Casualty, I'm Alan Partridge and The Bill. Film includes: The Trench and Captain Phillips directed by Paul Greengrass. Theatre includes: Philistines (National Theatre), Lord of The Flies (Pilot/ Lyric Hammersmith), a season with Alan Ayckbourn in Scarborough and Equus at Salisbury Playhouse.
As well as Djing at the Nutty's Disco parties, Danny also DJs at various corporate functions across London and up and down the country- and many a wedding too. He has also been the resident DJ and Voice of God of Battersea Evolution for Smart Christmas Parties since November 2014.
Danny is also a director. He has directed his own short film, Forward To The Past, theatre on the fringe in London and recently became the resident director of Peppa Pig Live where he worked in L.A helping to put on the show!
Danny is also delighted, despite the element of exhaustion involved, to be a father! He lives with his wife, Bonnie, son Freddie, daughter Lola and dog, Roxy, in West Norwood, South East London.
Dan is literally obsessed with movies. He watches them when he eats, works, even when he sleeps.
His many acting credits include, for TV: Law & Order, Robin Hood, Eastenders, Coronation Street, Doctors and The Royal Today.
Theatre includes: Seasons at the Chichester Festival Theatre, A Midsummers Night Dream (Opera North) and Terminal 92 for C54 directed by Danny Nutt.
He lives in Forest Hill, South East London.
Beth trained in Musical theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and since then she has gained experience working as a performer and personal trainer.
She has a long list of experience working with children from the age of 3 on and off stage. But when she’s not working, you’ll find her baking in the kitchen or making her cat have a dance with her in her very own princess castle of Streatham Hill.
Since graduating Beth has gone onto many productions including: Bye Bye Birdie and Babes In Arms (Ye Old Rose & Crown), two pantomimes, both Peter Pan (Devonshire Park Theatre & De Montfort Hall) but most recently, she was a lead singer on a European Cruise Line, Aida, for 7 months.
James is from South Cambridgeshire. His twin brother is a teacher, his sister is a nurse and his older brother is a social worker. James decided to continue in the family tradition of worthy and honourable careers by becoming an actor! He graduated from the Guildford School of Acting in 2014.
When not spending the weekends working for Nutty’s as a swashbuckling pirate or gallant knight, he enjoys hanging out with friends and family, watching movies in his flat and reading in Dulwich Park (weather dependant!). He is the proud owner of a large stash of Nutty’s Magic Sweets that he manages to resist. Just!
His theatre credits include Jack and the Beanstalk (Hurricane Productions), Twelfth Night (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Guys and Dolls (Cambridge Arts Theatre) and many seasons with the National Youth Theatre.
Trev likes nothing more than bouncing around his kitchen, with his two young daughters, to the latest chart tunes and this energy is transferred to his Nutty's Discos!
As an actor, Trev has performed in numerous productions in fringe theatres (Tabard, Landor, Baron's Court, Diorama, Wimbledon Theatre studio and at the Edinburgh Fringe), and he even met his wife on stage.
Amy was born in beautiful Bristol and trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. When not performing, she enjoys baking (A LOT of cakes), teaching or singing in the shower (much to her housemate's amusement)...
Theatre Credits include: Alice in Wonderland (Heywood Civic), The Comedy of Oedipus (The Lion & Unicorn), Bassett(New Diorama) and Kimalia (Bernie Grant Arts Centre).
TV includes: Gold Experience (Pearson Education), Ministry of Sound Commercial and Casualty (BBC).
Short films include: The Drop (Samantha Hellman).
From the early of age six, Sam has endured a hard life of training as a Jedi Knight and professional Pokemon master, before realising the pay wasn’t great, and too many lamps had been sacrificed swinging lightsabers.
He trained in musical theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on a full Scholarship and is now working as an actor in and around London- and keeps his Jedi/ Pokemon antics going part time in his bedroom.
Sam also enjoys playing guitar, songwriting and writing. He is currently in the process of writing a series of fictional novels with the view of seeking a publisher.
Chris Pizzey trained with the National Youth Theatre and at Rose Bruford College Of Speech And Drama. Away from the world of entertainment Chris has had a prolific career as the Tottenham Hotspur manager and has even taken them to European glory... on his playstation 3. He hopes one day to repeat this success with the real team. His C.V is in the post.
Chris' many acting credits include for Television: Dougie in Cradle To The Grave, Luckyman Series Two, Mr Stephen in the BAFTA nominated Basil Brush Show, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Planet Ajay, The Legend Of Dick & Dom, The Roman Mysteries, The Sooty Show, Eastenders, Hunted, London's Burning, Doctors and The Bill. Theatre credits include: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion West End) Into The Woods (Donmar Warehouse West End), Biloxi Blues (Arts Theatre West End), Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Vincent In Brixton, Up On The Roof, Pippin, Noises Off, Demon Headmaster, Ham and By Jeeves. Film credits include: The Muppets Most Wanted, Monochrome, Grip, The Shrine, Blessings and Anomaly. Voice Over Credits include working for: HBO, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, Sky, BBC as well as many other independent film and television productions.
Jack is obsessed with football. He loves to play it, watch it and cry with it. He wants nothing more than for England to win a World Cup in his lifetime... it doesn’t look very likely.
Jack trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts where he was on a full scholarship. In his spare time away from Nutty’s he likes to socialise with friends, family and even sometimes, strangers. He also likes to walk around in the Danijel costume and pretend to be a Jedi/Space Warrior. This is even more amusing when he answers the door to the pizza delivery man.
Max is an actor, guitarist, DJ for Nutty's, and voice over artist. Since a young age he has had to deal with a serious addiction to birthday cake and sweets. Since working for Nutty's, this condition has only worsened. The situation is not helped by the fact that, at every party Max attends, children just seem to laugh at him... especially when he keeps falling off his chair!
Theatre credits include: Oliver! (West End), The Shallow End (Southwark Playhouse) and Boys' Life (Etcetera & Kings Head). Television includes: Sadie Smith's White Teeth. Film includes Stealing Elvis and Ill Manors. Max has also voiced numerous corporate films and advertising campaigns on television, radio and online for clients such as: HTC, Starbucks, O2, Channel 4, Sky+, Virgin Atlantic, Seagate and many more.