Anthony Byrne

Anthony is a Glasgow based actor with a passion for voice.  He trained at Reid Kerr College for two years completing his HND in acting and performance. For the past eight years Anthony has performed at various levels throughout the Tron Theatre's education programme including Tron Skillshops from the age of 17 and culminating in 2014 with the Tron Commonwealth Company.

Anthony performed in four of Tron Young Company's productions including "Remind Me Who I Am Again?" and "I Was Always Behind You."

As a founding member of Spilt Milk, Anthony performed in their first production "The Love Sect" in 2015 and "Spit On Me and Call Me Stephanie," at The Lemontree in Aberdeen in 2014.

Quarter life crisis includes: Bleaching his hair, then shaving his head circa Britney 2007.

Grant McDonald

Grant is a Glasgow based actor who trained at Langside College for three years achieving his HND. He has been involved with the Tron Theatre for seven years, including time in Tron Skillshops, Tron Young Company, Tron Studio and the Tron's Commonwealth Company.

As a founding member of Spilt Milk, Grant performed in the companies first production, "The Love Sect" last year.

Other theatre credits include "Men Should Weep" (National Theatre of Scotland), "Running on the Cracks" (Tron Theatre Company/Pilot Theatre) and "Under Milk Wood" (Tron Commonwealth Company). Television credits include "A Long Long Crime Ago" (CBBC).

Quarter life crisis includes: rescuing all of his old toys and giving them refuge in his room, to prevent Toy Story 3 from happening for real.

Jacqueline Thain

Jacqueline is an Edinburgh based actor and theatre maker. She was a member of the Tron Young Company for several years performing in "I Was Always Behind You" and "Subject To Change." She then went on to play Polly Garter in the Tron Commonwealth Company’s production of "Under Milk Wood "in 2014 under the direction of Gareth Nicolls.

Last year she also devised and performed in the sell out tour of "A Stranger Walks into a Bar."

She has been with Spilt Milk from its founding and performed in their debut show"The Love Sect" last year and was also involved in "Spit On Me and Call Me Stephanie" at The Lemontree in Aberdeen.

Quarter life crises includes: wanting to join a band, buy a vespa and move to New Orleans.

Catherine Ward-Stoddart

Catherine is a Glasgow based theatre maker and facilitator. She gained her Acting and Performance HND from Reid Kerr college and then went on to get an Honours degree in Contemporary Screen Acting from the University of the West of Scotland. She has been involved with the Tron Theatre for thirteen years, being a member of the Tron's Skillshops for six years and becoming a founding member of Tron Young Company and performing in their productions, "Remind Me Who I Am Again?", "From A City Balcony", "I Was Always Behind You" and "Subject To Change" which was heralded by YTAS as part of their initial Chrysalis scheme. She then took part in the Tron's Commonwealth Company in 2014, performing in "Under Milk Wood" as part of the Tron's 'Home Nations' programme and then went on to have a short stint in Tron Studio.

Since then she has become a founding member of Spilt Milk in 2014 and performed in their first production "The Love Sect" and "Spit On Me and Call Me Stephanie," at The Lemontree in Aberdeen.

As well as continuing to perform she now works as a drama workshop facilitator throughout Scotland.

Quarter life crisis includes: Watching Clueless every day for a month and owning somewhere in the region of 200 glasses but still living at home.