Dreamotion Studios and Broken Flames Productions are proud and excited to announce; Joshua Lewis has been cast in the role of 'Jack Castle' on the 'Once Upon a Riot' film project. Following an extensive and meticulous audition process, including 4 trips to London, England to secure our UK cast, we selected Joshua for a variety of reasons. It was clear from the initial audition (where miked actors 'perform' sides with each other in front of the camera instead of simply reading lines), Joshua possessed the gift of natural acting ability and raw talent. And the illustration of exceptional talent continued throughout the call-back process, where Joshua ultimately delivered an incredibly powerful and emotional performance with his eventual co-star (more on that soon). Additionally, Joshua's positive attitude and love for the project exposed a truly likeable personality, which has absolutely captivated us all.
Congratulations Joshua! You have absolutely earned the right to be cast in this riveting film, and we are very excited to see you in action as 'Jack Castle'.
Sincerely and with the happiest of hearts,
Paul James, Connie Jo, Ella and Maya.
We would also like to take a moment to praise all the wonderful and amazing actors who submitted and auditioned for this role. Once again, we feel incredibly fortunate to have been in the enviable position to see so many talented actors during the audition process. We wish we had roles for you all but hope to work with you in the future. Thank you!
Joshua Lewis Official Bio:
Joshua Lewis spent his youth attending Jackie Palmer Stage School, which has taught the likes of Eddie Redmayne and James Corden, landing his first supporting role on the ITV series Foyle’s War at the age of 10. Joshua further continued his training at Identity School of Acting in London. Joshua’s credits also include 'What Happened to Evie'; which won 'Best Film Directed by a Female' in Cannes Festival Short Film Corner, New York Film Festival finalist - 'Adolescence' under the direction of Zeb Daemen, and verbatim piece 'Fox Hunting' at the Courtyard Theatre, which received multiple 5 star reviews throughout its run.