Cristina Anselmo

Cristina Anselmo earned a BA in Theatre Arts at Santa Clara University and a post-graduate degree in Classical Acting, LAMDA. She was a member of the inaugural class of the Antaeus Academy under the direction of Jeanie Hackett and Dakin Matthews. Cristina has extensive training in ballet, jazz, and modern dance styles. Currently, she teaches for the Young Conservatory and Studio ACT divisions of American Conservatory Theatre, where she has taught acting technique, on-camera, and improvisation for the past 11 years. Learn more →

Rotimi Agbabiaka

Rotimi studied English, Economics, and Plan II and an MFA in Acting. He is an actor, writer, singer, director who has taught theatre and appeared on stage across California and primarily in San Francisco. His solo show Homeless won the award for Best Solo Performance at the SF Fringe. He performed role-play based HR training at top tech companies, portraying managers, co-workers, and prospective employees in management, recruitment, and equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) and well as medical roleplay. He is a regular roleplayer for Peers and Players. Learn more →

Stephen Scott Wormley

With a BA, Communication Studies, Theatre Arts, and Dance, he has worked extensively on and off Broadway. Stephen worked for The Environmental Protection agency as a communication program specialist and as a conversation specialist, breaking down effective conversation models and engaging in both scripted and bespoke roleplay. His roleplay clients include law firms, banking institutions financial companies, medical training and IT professionals. Learn more →

Gina Burgo

With a Bachelor of Arts in Dance, an actor, improviser and performer, Gina has worked as a narrator and tour guide, and presents at conventions and is a trainer for MGM resorts, in Detroit and Las Vegas, training members of management about the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility program. Gina also works as a narrator in the convention circuit, and is an experienced Standardized Patient roleplay Actor, Gina is a regular actor/coach in ongoing Virtual and in-person Leadership sessions. Learn more →

Frank Lawson

Frank has performed in the US and internationally, starring in musicals. In NYC, Frank worked as a Mentor/Coach, helping young adults develop leadership abilities through the Arts, focusing on communication and conflict resolution skills. As Market Manager for advertising and branding companies, he trained and supervised teams of brand ambassadors and coaching were integral parts of the training process. He is a key member of Peers and Players in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Learn more →

Nathaniel Scotcher

As an actor he has appeared in many productions for stage, television and film. He has years of experience in assessment centres for financial planners, developing skills in relationship building, influencing and communication. Along with his extensive list of roleplay and coaching clients, he delivers sexual harassment and bullying workshops, contact officer training and mediation in the workplace sessions all over Australia to public and private organizations. Learn more →


BA Communications Writing Film, BA Theatre, Drama Centre London Cert IV Training Assessment. Highly regarded by Clients as a Role Player, Facilitator and Trainer. She founded Talking Brief; Persuasive Communication for Lawyers. Clients include: VIC, NSW, QLD Bar Associations, VIC Legal Aid, NSW Crown Solicitors, presenting at: International Advocacy Teachers Conference, Italy, CLEAA Conference Sydney,…

Claire Lichie

Claire has worked extensively in experiential communications and behavioral skills training for 17 years. She has facilitated courses from graduate to senior leadership. Claire is very experienced in Forum Theater, Role-Play, Bespoke Skills Practice, Scripted Scenarios, Feedback and Coaching. She has worked in the public and private sector on a wide range of programs including: Leadership Skills, Diversity and Inclusion, Performance Management, Managing Conflict, Customer Service, Recruitment and Selection, Personal Impact, Presentation Skills, Negotiating and Influencing.

Jean-Baptiste Fillon

Jean Baptiste Fillon trained as an actor at the drama school “Cours Florent” in Paris and moved to London in 2005 to start his acting career. Since then he has played in films such as ‘Mission Impossible: Fall out’, ’London Has Fallen’, ‘Survivor’ and ‘Viktor’. Prior to becoming an actor Jean-Baptiste studied Law and Politics at UFR Clermont-Ferrand graduating with a Licence in public Law (equivalent to BA) and working part-time with local lawyers during the summer. He then studied Drama in Paris before moving to London in 2005 to start his acting career. Since 2015, Jean-Baptiste has worked extensively in Role-plays, training professionals from the legal, banking and construction industries on a regular basis. He always enjoys working on projects combining the two degrees (Law/Politics and Drama) he has originally studied.

Howard Corlett

Howard originally studied French, Spanish and Portuguese at university (BA Hons), before completing a MSc in Tourism Management. He worked in the Travel Industry for 8 years up to management level (across Purchasing, Customer Operations, Planning & Trading) before changing career in 2005. Since then he’s worked well over 1000 days in corporate roleplay, forum theatre and videos across a diverse range of industries both as an actor and facilitator in the UK as well as Europe, India and USA. This has covered training over varied subject matters. He has acting credits on TV, Film and Stage in addition to presenting and voiceovers.

Nina Hatchwell

Nina is a multilingual actress living in London and working across Europe mainly in German and English languages.
She is a member of Actors Equity and works in Film, TV and voiceover. Most recently she won an award for Best Actress in a leading role in The Devil You Know at the Hollywood Florida Film Festival. As a corporate actress she specialises in Role-Play, forum, coaching and facilitation in Legal, finance, medical and construction sectors. Some of her previous clients include, UBS, Eon, Tideway Thames Water and the NHS. Nina also has a BA Hons in German and European Studies.

Beverley Limbrick

Beverley holds a First Class degree in Media Performance, as well as winning the coveted Margaret Rutherford scholarship to prestigious London drama school; Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, where she was asked to represent the school with a comic performance in Covent Garden, and was fortunate to win the Kobler Trust Award as a result of that performance. She is also a qualified drama teacher and now specializes in delivering her own Confidence Through Acting courses to a huge cross section of adults at London colleges. Beverley was approached by London councils to take her course to vulnerable women’s groups and refugees around London. She was also asked to deliver a 10 week acting course to 12 men and women who had just been released from serving long sentences in prison. She is a member of Actors Equity and has extensive professional theatre, film and tv experience as an actress.

Kate Copeland

Kate has a BA Hons (2:1) in Classics from Newcastle University and a BA Hons in Acting (2:1) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She is a member of British Equity and works regularly in Theatre, TV and Film. Kate has worked as a Roleplay actor and Facilitator since 2001 in the UK and across Europe. Clients in the Private Sector include UBS, MasterCard, HSBC, British Airways, Accenture, KPMG, Unilever, Virgin and many of the Top 20 Law Firms. She also works in Public Sector for several County Councils, numerous NHS services, Thames Water, Defence Services and many of the UK’s Leading Universities.

Rosie Hallet

Rosie holds degrees in Drama and English from Stanford University and performs regularly on Bay Area stages. As a role-play actor, she is a senior Standardized Patient, and has worked with Peers and Players for a variety of clients in the Bay Area. She is expert in interview skills, rapport, building team and Critical conversations and delivering bad news and working with the challenging personalities. Learn more →

Wiley Naman Strasser

A Performance Artist in Los Angeles, New York, Europe, and South America. He has experience with most Bay Area Theatre companies and has a degree in Theater with an Emphasis in Acting from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television. He has roleplay experience across multiple industries for US and UK based companies in the US and Singapore. Learn more →

Erin Merritt

Erin is an award-winning producer and director who founded her own theatre company, specializing in gendered performance, at the age of 28, to help foster equity and inclusion through multi-ethnic casting. She produces and directs the regional Theater Bay Area Awards.

As a coach, initially working with engineering students at UC Berkeley. Erin helps people find their voice and companies to live their values through vocal and physical preparation to more complex brand-focused work (mission and values statements; sexual harassment trainings; difficult conversation trainings; and unique client engagement events). She specializes in working with women, introverts, and new tech entrepreneurs. New to Peers and Players, her recent clients include Schellenberger Ventures GmbH, Berlin FDR; Signature Bank, NY; and Lawrence Berkeley Labs, CA.

Rebecca Leiner

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater. Rebecca is returning to San Francisco after working as an actor in the Midwest with The Guthrie Theater, Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, Raven Theater, Park Square Theater, Illusion Theater as well as working on some film projects. She coached and role played with the Minneapolis police at the Barbra Schneider Foundation, focusing on de-escalation and empathy training. She has also been a Standardized Patient, where she role played for third year medical school exams. Rebecca has spent many years teaching theater and coaching young actors.

Chris Burke

Chris is an actor, director, producer and voice-over artist. He is a graduate of the University of Western Sydney, has a Bachelor of Arts (Theatre) degree and he is currently undertaking a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. He has been a professional actor for over 25 years and has a wealth of experience in theatre, television, film and corporate performance. As a corporate Role Player, Chris has worked with NAB, KPMG, CITIBANK, SHL, Seven West Media, Johnson & Johnson, Volkswagen, Qantas, Jetstar, SKM and executive level public servants.

Wade Doolan

Wade holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from the Queensland University of Technology. He has been involved in the Sydney performance arts community since graduating in 2008. Since then, he has worked in stage, independent film, commercial and television. He was a founding member of the critically acclaimed Little Spoon Theatre Company in which was involved as a producer, actor and assistant director. Wade has worked in the corporate role play space since 2012. He has worked for Role Play Australia predominantly contracted to Transport NSW.

Narelle Nash

Narelle has a BA in Psychology at UNSW and a Graduate Diploma of Counseling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology. She has completed several short courses in acting at recognised institutions and has appeared in TV. Since 2013, Narelle combined her training in both performance and psychology and began role-play work. Narelle has worked extensively in the corporate sector for Transport for NSW, assisting occupational psychologists by providing learning and training experiences to the public sector as part of psychometric testing for the job selection process.