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Graham Allan

A former pupil of Larbert High School and still keeping in touch with the club, Graham joined Tryst Theatre after participating in the school centenary show - LHS 100 - back in 1985. He then worked behind the scenes on many of Tryst's shows, operating the lights.

Before he left for America and a new job, Graham also served on the committee of the Falkirk Arts and Civic Council and sang with the Falkirk Festival Choir.

In 1995, Graham joined Disney. His first film with the company was Pocahontas and he has since helped to produce The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Hercules, Mulan, Tarzan, Fantasia 2000 and The Emperor's New Groove

He now oversees a staff of 14 in Burbank, California - where he manages a huge virtual studio and image database known as the Disney Animation Logistics System. The system allows artists in California, Orlando and Paris to access artwork created in the Computer Animation Production System.

Graham still takes a performing role in the arts - singing with the Disney Employee Choir.

 

see Graham's entry in the Internet Movie Database




Keiran Brown
(Barry Brown)

A former pupil of Larbert High School, Kieran went on to study at the RSAMD.

Well known locally for his many roles in Falkirk Children's Theatre and the Falkirk Youth Theatre, Kieran's first professional role was as Aladdin at the Adam Smith Centre in Kirkcaldy. He has also appeared on TV in Taggart and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased).

Kieran is set to make his directorial debut in November 2007 with a production of La Vie Ennui for the Vienna Theatre Project and will return to Scotland in 2008 to play Robert Burns in the new musical Clarinda.

With Tryst, Kieran has acted in Under Milk Wood, The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾, Finding The Sun and Men Should Weep.

 

visit Kieran's website




Iain Fraser

A former pupil of Larbert High School as well as a former member of Tryst Theatre, Iain also completed a course at the RSAMD before starting his career in drama.

His TV roles include Midsomer Murders, Dangerfield, Looking After JoJo, Dalziel and Pascoe, Eastenders and Casualty as well as his role as Staff Nurse Jim Reid in Channel 4's Psychos. Iain has also acted in a London play - Intimate Death at the National Theatre and can be heard as a voice artist on numerous commercials and documentaries.

During his 10 years with Tryst, Iain acted in several productions including: The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil, The High School, A Night in the Ukraine, Hallowe'en, Teechers, Blood Brothers and The Daurk Assize.



see Iain's page at Lip Service

 


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