Dudley trained at the Guildhall School where he won the Characterisation Prize, and since then has had a varied and happy career in all branches of Show business. He’s appeared in four West End musicals, including the original productions Of ‘Fiddler On The Roof,’ and ‘Joseph’s Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ and many musicals besides; ‘Blood Brothers,’ ‘Oliver,’(Fagin), and ‘Godspell’ being particular favourites. His repertory work includes seasons at Chester, Colchester, Crewe and Milford Haven, playing a wide range of parts such as Canon Throbbing in ‘Habeus Corpus, and Eric Younglove in ‘Privates On Parade.’ He played Dr. Wheedon in the national tour of’ Beyond Reasonable Doubt,’ joined Miss Watson’s Music Hall at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury, and went on to play Mr Allworthy in the tour of ‘Tom Jones.’
Dudley is still recognised as the interviewer from hell in the Barcadi Breezer commercial.

Corinne graduated with honors from Redroofs Theatre School in 1999. Since then her theatre and screen credits have included: an Agatha Christie murderess, a season for The English Theatre of Hamburg, commercials for Lloyds TSB and Yellow Pages, Snow White, Vanity Fair, Beatrice in 'Much Ado About Nothing' and Regan in 'King Lear', both for the Cambridge Shakespeare Company and most recently played Kaz in a national tour of 'Never Saw The Day' for the Walking Forward Theatre Company.

Claire has played many wonderful characters in various Paul Prescott plays, at ‘La Bonne Crepe’, Battersea, and in his U.K. Tour of ‘Dusty the Musical’. Other stage work includes ‘Nine’ , ‘Hair’, ‘The Beggar’s Opera’ (Polly Peachum), ‘City of Angels’ and ‘The New’s Review’. She has worked for the RSC in Productions of ‘The Tempest’ and ‘Peer Gynt’ and appeared alongside Ruby Turner playing Malika in ‘Hold On’. She has recently done some filming for a new BBC sitcom ‘The Robinsons’, other television work includes ‘Sara’ in Eastenders. She appeared in ‘The Lady’s Gotta Swim’ another of Paul and Rod’s musicals and is delighted to be working with them again.

Derry trained at Redroofs Theatre School and graduated in the summer of 2004, winning the Musical Theatre award. He also trained at the Guildhall Junior Academy of Music, where he to sing musical styles from Opera to modern musical theatre. Derry’s previous theatre credits include Ugly in ‘Honk’, Cinderella’s Prince in ‘Into the Woods’, Miss Gibson in ‘Daisy pulls it Off’ and most recently has finished a season of pantomime in ‘Aladdin’. Derry hopes to make a career in music and is sure this show will make that a reality.

Jo trained at Redroofs Theatre School completing first their two-year Performing Arts Course and then their Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Screen Acting. On finishing the Performing Arts Course she received the prestigious 'Student of the Year Award' and on completion of the film course was delighted to be awarded the coveted 'Most Promising Screen Actor Award', voted for by the industry professionals who had taught her. Past roles include playing the seductive Katrina in 'Hello, I Love You' at the Cockpit Theatre and the cool, ice queen Kirsten in the short film 'Return To Sender'. She has previously worked with Paul Prescott in both mediums and after doing the rehearsed read-through for 'Footsteps' is delighted to be returning to the role.

Lila McConigley grew up in America and came to London in 2002 to do graduate studies at The Royal Academy of Music. She made her West End debut nine months later in Andrew Lloyd Weber's musical hit ‘Bombay Dreams’. Prior to that, Lila was working in New York City and studying at The Manhattan School of Music. She worked on the tv show ‘Sesame Street for three years and starred in an off-Broadway production of ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ before moving to Italy, where she sang with an opera company in Florence. Lila has been seen in concerts all over the world, including a performance at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where she sang backing vocals for Elton John. She, has sung the leading role in the new musical ‘Street Magic’, and performed six songs on the English adaptation of the musical ‘Padlas’, by the eminent composer Gabor Presser, which will coming to West End later in the year. She was most recently seen starring at The Broadway Theatre doing the part of Alice in the Christmas pantomime, ‘Dick Whittington’.

Andrew trained at the Royal Academy of Music. He achieved a Post Graduate Diploma in Musical Theatre (Distinction) under the tuition of Mary Hammond. Whilst training: Mr Erlanson – ‘A little Night Music’, Jack Lyon's Theatre RAM. Jack Worthing – ‘Importance of Being Earnest’; Jake Quinn – ‘Stones in His Pockets’ Post training: Primadonna's Ltd - Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand; Black – ‘The Wild Party’, Riverside Studios Hammersmith; B/Vocal's -Sir Elton John UK Tour; Mr Lawrence – ‘Her Benny’ Liverpool Empire Theatre; David – ‘Copperfield the Musical’, New Cambridge Theatre - Lancashire Recordings: A Padlas (The Attic) - lead vocals for Gabor Presser (Hungarian rock star - Showcase in the West End later this year); Adam –‘ Telling Tales’, Mark Bunyan; Patroclus – ‘Achilles in Heels’, Mark Bunyan. Film/TV: Franz - Kristallnacht, Versteegen Films; Matt(lead) - The Academy, Frantic Films; Sir Elton John Gala - BBC

Ian trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, where he was awarded a singing scholarship.
Theatre credits include ‘The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe’ (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Jack Worthing in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ (Jermyn Street Theatre), Bill Taylor in ‘Donkeys’ Years’ (Sonia Friedman Productions), Judah in ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ (Bill Kenwright Ltd), ‘The Tempest’ (Wimbledon Studio), ‘A Christmas Carol’ (Antic Disposition), ‘Carmen’ (Holland Park Opera), ‘The Snow Queen’ (Image Theatre), ‘Toad of Toad Hall’ (Eye Theatre), ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ (Battersea Arts Centre) and two seasons with the Covent Garden Festival in ‘Trial by Jury’.
Television and Film work include the regular role of Al in ‘Where the Heart Is’, ‘Marple: The Sittaford Mystery’, ‘The Worst Journey in the World’, ‘Ideal’, ‘Global Conspiracy’ and ‘Suburban Shootout’.
For Radio, Ian’s credits include ‘Nebulous’ ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Sapphire and Steel’, ‘The Tomorrow People’ and ‘Judge Dredd’.
He is also a sometime member of the comedy barbershop quartet ‘Scales of the Unexpected’.