Colin Morgan is a Northern Irish actor, best known for playing the title character in the BBC TV series Merlin. Morgan attended Integrated College Dungannon, winning the 'Denis Rooney Associates Cup' for best overall student in the third year, before gaining a National Diploma in Performing Arts from the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education in 2004. He went on to study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, where he graduated from in 2007. In November 2010, the Belfast Metropolitan College honored Morgan with an Award of Distinction for his contribution to the Arts
Will has been a member of the British Stunt Register from the age of eighteen (1997) and has stunt doubled for many actors, including, Aidan Turner, Dougray Scott, Danny Dyer, Andrew Garfield, Tom Hanks, James Franco, Christian Bale, Rowan Atkinson, Joel Edgerton, Hugh Grant, Matt Damon, Matt Smith, David Tenant, Christopher Eccleston, Chris Evans, Benedict Cumberbatch, Micheal Fassbender, Paddy Considine, Logan Marshal Green, Tom Godman Hill, Ben Miller, Andy Lincoln, Jonny Lee Miller, Eddie Redmayne, Sean Harris, David Threlfel, Colin Morgan, Aron Taylor Jonson, Brian McFaden, Gary Lucy, Marcus Patrick, Tom Brooke, Tom Burke, Paul Nicols, Steve Coogan, Diago Luna, Jeremy Irvine, Ioan Gruffudd, Sam Hazeldine, Will Young, Ed Stoppard, JJ Field.
Kevin McCann is a writer / filmmaker who was born in Northern Ireland and raised in the Republic of Ireland. He has also worked extensively in radio, and recently wrote and directed a drama series called COMA, which won a 2015 National Radio Award in Ireland. He is a 2010 graduate of the distinguished European EAVE Producer Program and has run the production company Maccana Teoranta since 2005, which has made award-winning drama and documentaries for film, television, and radio. His work includes the film The Boys of St. Columbs for BBC and RTE, which followed the lives of several great Irish figures including Nobel Laureates Seamus Heaney and John Hume. It documented for the first time the influence of education on the peace process in Ireland. . Amongst his latest work is Volkswagen Joe, which is the first film awarded funding by the EUROPEAN PEACE PROGRAMME. Based on a play written by his father, it is a half -hour drama set in an Irish border village during the Troubles. It has been selected for over 20 film festivals across the globe and won 8 international awards including best short drama at the Boston Irish Film Festival, the Rome Irish Film Festival in 2014 and claimed first prize at the prestigious Celtic Media Festival. Kevin filmed his latest short about a prisoner being visited by a bird in the historic H-Block Prison near Belfast. His co-production partners were two multi-award winning companies: ALLFILM from Estonia were Oscar-nominated last year for Tangerines and Yellowmoon based in Belfast who post-produce the HBO series Game of Thrones. Kevin is writing and producing the first film on the 1916 Easter Rising Rebellion in Ireland. Supported by the Irish Film Board and Northern Ireland Screen, 'The Rising' will star Colin Morgan, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Brendan Coyle, Michael Neeson, David O'Hara and Fiona Shaw.
Kevin Christoffersen has been producing content internationally for the better part of two decades across four continents while living in five countries. Many of his multi-media projects have aired on T.V. stations throughout the world.
Currently he is Co-Producing 5 feature film projects from development into production including, "The Rising" starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Colin Morgan as well as, "Robin Hood - And The Prince Of Aragon," "28," "Unsharable" and "Swiss Made." Other recent initiatives include managing the new film production company Legacy and the international collective filmmaking project CollabFeature out of the Made In NY Media Center. This involves arranging co-production film financing amongst several countries including China, Canada and Switzerland and establishing distribution agreements for the upcoming feature, "Train Station."
Kevin has been attending film festivals such as Berlin, Cannes and AFM that continue to expand his international film industry network far and wide.