Cast and Crew

Posy Miller
Sam Jackson

Posy claimed to have made a career for herself based largely on playing mad Shakespearian virgins on the stage, the highlight of which was her self-organised Jamaican production of Romeo and Juliet . As well as her stage work, she performed in several Dr Who audio dramas for Big Finish Productions.

Two other enduring interests were red wine and Stoke City Football club. She died aged 31 on Christmas Eve, 2002.

Mia Fothergill
Abi Wright

As a child actress, Mia starred in British film classics such as Room With a View and The Shooting Party, and worked with the RSC. Her adult career includes Franco Zefferelli's Sparrow and ITV Children’s drama Stanley’s Dragon.

Jonathan Clarkson
Mike (aka Andy)

Jonathan trained at Mountview. Theatre work includes playing comedy writer and Alf Garnett creator Johnny Speight in Of Good Report, Dr Polidori in Bloody Poetry and title roles in Caligula and Burke & Hare.

On screen he has appeared in numerous short films and commercials and played recurring roles in the web series
Movement for Gloom and Not Barking But Howling.




Janet Greaves
Kerry Finch

Janet’s stage roles include the premiere of Jeanette Winterson’s Sexing The Cherry at London’s Southbank Centre, Micheel Morpurgo’s Friend or Foe and Peter Hall’s productions of As You like It, Much Ado About Nothing and Private Lives.

Her television work includes
The Royal Today, EastEnders, Doctors, Heartbeat and Peak Practice.

Also Featuring

Alison - Georgia Clare
Dave - Mark Pearce
Sophie Woodforde - Herself
Richard McCourt - Himself
Dominic Wood - Himself

Interviewer - Deborah Garrett

Narrator - Rupert Degas

Guy Rowland
Writer / Director / Producer

Having written spec scripts for many years, Sam Jackson’s Secret Video Diary was Guy’s first feature. He also directed the accompanying Beyond Fiction.

In addition to script writing, directing and producing, Guy is also a TV composer, sound supervisor and dubbing mixer, video editor and, most impressively of all, “the bloke who has had to do the accounts”.

Michael Sanders
Director of Photography

Michael’s many documentary credits include Everyman, Real Lives, Wife Swap, Brat Camp and the Tonight programme.  Michael also shoots numerous commercials and entertainment shows.

Michael is also an editor, working on productions from all the major UK broadcasters and those across Europe.

BBC presenters Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood (Dick and Dom) cameo in the film.

Deborah Garrett and
Chris Healey

Between them, Debbie and Chris did the combined jobs of an entire film crew.  As a non-exhaustive list, Debbie played the interviewer, looked after script editing and additional material, production design, script supervision, costume and make up, while Chris also heavily worked on the script and wrote additional material, was sound recordist and composed the score. Both still talk to Guy to this day, but frankly it’s often tense.