Knowing that the film would hinge on the strength of the performances, finding the right actors was key.
— Brian Franklin (Director & Producer)


PLAYED BY Isaac money

Originally from Perth in Western Australia, Isaac started performing at a young age, starring in theatrical productions and the award-winning short film 'The Billabong.' Having then appeared in numerous films and television programmes in his home country, Isaac moved to London in 2014.

Building an exciting career in the UK, Isaac has performed in the immersive theatre show 'How to solve a problem like murder' and secured a leading role in the award-winning feature film 'Cat Skin'.

Dedicated and professional, Isaac instinctively understood the character of Dan. 


Charlotte Edmunds

played by Abbie Steele

A passionate performer since childhood, Abbie won a scholarship with Razzamataz Theatre Schools, before gaining a degree in Drama and Performance Studies from the University of Worcester.

Amongst her numerous film and theatre credits, she has appeared as Amy in the 2015 film 'Essex Boys: Law of Survival'. Abbie continues to train with acting coach Michael Duval and focuses specifically on acting for the camera.

Committing fully to her work and the roles she inhabits, Abbie immediately transformed in to Charlotte.



played by luke christian

Luke was born in London but learnt his craft in America at The New York Conservatory For Dramatic Arts, specializing in Film & Television.

He played the lead role in Nadine Ibrahim's award winning short 'Idéar' and has starred in numerous short films, the most recent of which is currently in post production. The Passenger will be Luke's first feature.

Now residing in London, Luke continues to hone his skills and progress his career. Full of energy and focus, Luke was our perfect Samuel.