Ruby Duncan – Corporal Rosie Nolan

Ruby is an actress currently residing in Melbourne. In addition to numerous theatre experiences, Ruby played the role of Molly in Season 3 of Glitch (currently on Netflix) and Ellie in The Dustwalker (Cannes Film Festival, Monster Festival). She has appeared in The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Co­nspiracy 365 and numerous short films.

Cam Faull – Captain Timothy Malone

Cam has been working professionally as an Actor for over 28 years balancing his career between stage and screen including roles in Fat Tony and Co. and Offspring. Cam also Directed, Produced and Performed in a series called “Swipe Right” which screened at 12 international web series festivals, earning Cam 6 “Best Actor” nominations. 

Samantha Hill – Captain Laura Mantle

Samantha is a Melbourne-based actor, writer and teacher. In 2016, she was nominated for Best Emerging Talent at the Ozflix awards for her starring role in the feature film, Trench. Samantha has had scripts produced by multiple theatre companies and in 2017, was awarded the Wheeler Centre playwriting Hot Desk Fellowship.


Daniel O’Kane – Sergeant Jake ‘Mad Dog’ Malone

Daniel brings with him a wealth of experience. He has worked in India across a wide range of Bollywood film and television productions. Daniel trained at the Actor’s Foundry (Vancouver), the Neighbourhood Playhouse (New York) and the Melbourne Actor’s Lab. Working on Incoming was a breath of creative fresh air, especially after 2020.

Liam O’Kane – Corporal Ben ‘Poster Boy’ Lawley

Liam makes his screen debut this year with Incoming and Hugo Weaving’s Lone Wolf. This is his second time working with writer Kerry Drumm after starring as Adam in the 2019 premiere of Strawberry.  Liam studied at NYC’s Actors Studio Drama School, works with children and has an unused forklift licence. 

Katrina Mathers – Major Madeline ‘Maddie’ Laughton

Katrina was a regular on The Wedge (Ch10), Flipside (ABCTV) and weekly radio serial The Breakfast Shift (ABC774). A Moosehead Award recipient, her credits also include WilfredAll Saints, City Homicide, Blue Heelers, Saw short film, Tones & I music video Never Seen The Rain and telemovie Economy Class (Ch7).

Liam Seymour – Sergeant Dexter ‘Red’ Grant

Liam is a graduate from 16th St Acting School in 2014. Most recently he has been on the big stage playing Billy Kostecki in 2019s interactive stage version of Dirty Dancing. During lockdown Liam has kept busy with creating animations and comedy sketches.  

Cat Jardine – Q

A serial daydreamer, Cat has the impressive ability to stare at nature for excessively long periods of time. When she’s not daydreaming or playing the disembodied voice of ‘Q’, Cat throws herself into plays, writing, and painting. Cat loves embracing a character, projecting powerful lines across a bulging theatre – Sometimes in a play!