Our film is comprised of a diverse group of Australians (and one New Zealander) from the stage, TV screen, and film.

Nathaniel Buzolic


Now famous for his role as Kol in the Vampire Diaries, at the time of filming Nathaniel was host of Australian TV shows: The Mint, Weather Ed, and Studio Disney.  He also starred in the BBC Series Out of the Blue, as well as guest roles on Home and Away and All Saints. He studied acting with the Australian Theatre For Young People from 1998 to 2001 and at Screenwise from 2001 to 2004. He also starred in a number of school productions as well as dancing in the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. His first television role was in 2001 when he landed a guest role on Water Rats.

Asha Kuerten


When this film was in production, Asha hosted Fox 8's CD:LIVE, and was widely known for the Nine Networks afternoon kids' variety show [Hot]Source as well as Studio Disney on Australia's Disney Channel. In 2006, she was nominated for the ASTRA award "Favourite Female Personality" proving her popularity and versatility as a presenter. She guest-hosted MTV'S TRL Awards in 2005 and performed for the soundtrack album of Disney's Chicken Little (2005). Soon she will be hosting on FOX 8’s series Australia’s Next Top Model.  She was later a host of the Nickelodeon series My Family's Got GUTS.

Adam J. Yeend


Offing David was one of Adam’s first on-screen roles following a variety of acclaimed Australian short films including Boys Grammar alongside Jai Courtney, Eve, as well as the Academy Award Nominated short The Saviour. Following his work in Offing David, Yeend featured in several guest roles on Australian television including All Saints and Headland, as well as touring the east coast of Australia in The Hurting Game.  Since moving to Los Angeles, Adam featured in the Lindsay Lohan film Liz & Dick, Alchemy, An American Piano which premiered at The 2014 Cannes Film Festival. He most recently received critical praise for his work in the Australian Theater Company’s Los Angeles production of Holding the Man directed by Larry Moss.

Richie Harkham


Richie is making his feature film debut with OFFING DAVID.  Richie is graduate of William H. Macy’s Atlantic Theater Company in New York (2004) and Sydney's Screenwise acting school.  Richie has made a variety of appearances in short films around Australia including No Junk Mail, Sox For Supper, Toothpick and Bullet, and Chai (which he also wrote and produced.)  A native of Sydney, he is a filmmaker, an actor, and operates a winery in Australia's Hunter Valley.  Richie has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Sydney.  In 2006 he went to the stage with Worry Warts at Genesian Theatre in Sydney.


Brendan Clearkin


Brendan has acted in four feature films (including the upcoming Gabriel, Nailed and Clubland), six theatre productions, over 30 short films and eight television commercials in the past few years. Coming to acting late in life, Brendan has learned and developed his acting through private tuition and staying active in theatre and independent film projects. Brendan has had a couple of guest roles on Seven Networks' Home and Away and will soon appear in Bryan Brown's new TV series Two Twisted. Brendan is married with three young children in Australia.


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