Legacy of the Silver Shadow: cast

Aljin Abella as Campbell


Aljin has studied drama, music and dance and has performed in the children’s drama Horace & Tina, award winning Blue Heelers, and had a lead role in Open Channel’s Encountering Diversity. He also has a number of stage credits to his name including various Johnny Young Talent School performances and local productions.

Sage Butler as Gretel


For a 12-year-old Sage already has a vast array of credits to her name including television roles in The Secret Life of Us and Round The Twist and film roles in The Dish and Wog Boy. Sage also has experience on the stage where she has performed in Night Before Christmas, Cinderella and Alice In Wonderland. Sage also enjoys dancing, roller blading, athletics and soccer.

Ronald Falk as Crab


Ronald has a vast number of television, film and theatre credits to his name. Ronald’s television credits include The Damnation of Harvey McHugh, Carson’s Law, Neighbours, Cop Shop, Flying Doctors, A Country Practice and Police Rescue, he has worked for renowned theatre companies including Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company and Stratford Upon Avon. His film credits include Evil Angels, My First Wife, Lonely Hearts, and most recently, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones.

Hannah Greenwood as Alex


Hannah is a very active teenager who has been involved in theatre production since she was eleven and has television experience from her recent performances on Short Cuts and her time on Horace & Tina, High Flyers, Stingers, and State Coroner. When Hannah is not pursuing her acting she is busy puppeteering, writing scripts, producing plays or playing sport.

Alex Hopkins as Josh


Alex has trained at the Action Acting School of Performing Arts and has worked on Water Rats and Home and Away. Alex is 16-years-old and outside acting loves comedy and all sports.

Tayler Kane as The Silver Shadow


After extensive training and working in both the United Kingdom and Australia, Tayler has many film and television credits including the films Queen of the Damned, The Dish and Turning April. His television credits include Time Trax, Sit Down Shut Up, Fire, Good Guys Bad Guys, Paradise Beach and Tribe.

Eloise Mignon as Fiona


Eloise comes from a family heavily involved in the entertainment industry, so the stage is like a second home to her. Over the years Eloise has been involved in film for the Victorian College of the Arts and theatre for the Melbourne French Theatre Company and Spensley Street Primary School. Eloise is 15, is fluent in French and English and enjoys jazz ballet, kung fu and swimming.