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Buckland Theatre Company in association with Park Theatre present

The Ugly One

By Marius Von Mayenburg






Charlie Dorfman | Lette 

Charles studied Theatre at Trinity College Dublin and the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles

Recent theatre includes: LUV (Park Theatre); SOME GIRL(S) (Park Theatre); Miss Julie (Etcetera Theatre); Taking Steps, Dangerous Corner, and Wuthering Heights (Manor Pavilion Sidmouth). 

Film credits include: Myrtle, The Show and Present.




T’Nia Miller | Scheffler

Recent theatre includes: Re:Home (Yard Theatre), Eclipsed (Gate Theatre), Crowning Glory (Theatre Royal Stratford East), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (National Theatre), Sick (Almeida Theatre) and Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Shaw Theatre).

Television includes: Born To Kill, Witless, Death In Paradise, Wagstaffe, Unforgotten, Marcella, Guilt, Hollyoaks, Dr Who, Holby City, Dubplate Drama and The Bill.

Film includes: Obey, Don’t F*ck Around With Love, Stud Life and The Disappeared.



Arian Nik | Karlmann

Arian has recently graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, with a BA Honours in Acting.

He is thrilled to be making his professional stage debut in The Ugly One at the Park Theatre. 






Indra Ové | Fanny

Recent theatre includes: The Interrogation of Sandra Bland (Bush Theatre), Torn (Royal Court), The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time (National Theatre), Yes Prime Minister (Gielgud Theatre), Twelve Angry Women (Oval House Theatre), Etta Jenks (Finborough Theatre), Peer Gynt (Arcola), Under One Roof (Soho Theatre), The Seagull (National Theatre Studio), Blinded By The Sun (National Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (National Theatre) and Timon of Athens (Young Vic).

Television includes Requiem, A.D The Bible Continues, Holby City, Glue, Dumping Ground, Topsy and Tim, Casualty, Doctors, Midsomer Murders, Best Man, The New Worst Witch, Attachments, Bugs, She’s Out and Space Island One.

Film includes: Finding Your Feet, Jurassic, Dubois, Second Spring, Still, My One And Only, Hellhounds , Mr Invisible, Cold Dead Hands, Club Le Monde, It’s All About Love, Resident Evil, The Dreamer, Cleopatra, More Is Less, The Fifth Element, Othello and Interview with A Vampire.