Everything We Loved is Stewart’s biggest, most complex role to date, and represents his triumphant return to the acting profession after a six year hiatus. His main film credits include Perfect Creature (2006), The French Doors (2002), He Died With A Felafel In His Hand (2001), and Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (1997). Stewart is a keen musician, and is in the new Kiwi band: Cock Machine. Stewart is one of New Zealand’s busiest voice over artists. He lives in Auckland with his partner, Nathalie, and their son, Louis.
Sia Trokenheim - Angela
Sia is set to dominate the big and small screens of NZ next year. Following Everything We Loved, Sia scooped a role in Genesis (2014) and will be starring in the lead role of the brand new TV 2 comedy/drama series, Step Dave (2014). Swedish born, Sia worked professionally in television and theatre in Sweden before moving to NZ in 2001 to attend UNITEC School of Performing and Screen Arts, graduating in 2003. She also featured in Sione’s Wedding II (2012). Sia's theatre credits include Auckland Theatre Company productions Cabaret, directed by Michael Hurst and Stepping Out, directed by Colin McColl. She played ‘Elizabeth’ in the NZ tour of Gary Henderson’s acclaimed play Skin Tight. Sia speaks fluent Swedish and conversational Polish. She is proficient at Aikido, piano, ballroom dancing and is a certified fitness instructor. She lives in Auckland with her partner Andre and their son Terenzo.
Ben Clarkson - Tommy
Right from the start of the gruelling audition process for the role of Tommy, five-year-old Ben shone. With an incredible memory for dialogue and blocking, and an endlessly inventive imagination that allows him enviable access to his emotional range, Ben holds his own next to his co-stars as an actor. In Everything We Loved, Ben’s real-life mother, Suzy Clarkson (né Aiken) plays the television reporter covering the abduction case, drawing on her experience as an anchor and co-producer of Prime News First at 5:30.