When Robert's best friend tricks him into speed dating, he never expected to run into the guy that ghosted him six months ago after an unforgettable 24 hours together. Questioning his worth in the gay dating scene, he hasn’t dated since he met Brian. Convinced there is something wrong with him Robert sits through an evening of uncomfortable speed dates while he waits anxiously for his moment to understand why Brian never called.
Danny is an actor, writer and now with Ghosted on the horizon a film maker.
Developing a passion for telling making people feel something in my formative years through performance, acting has always felt like the logical trajectory.
Recent work includes: Crime Investigation Australia, Significant Others, Up Next, Archipelago and Who - Old vs New.
Australian-born Willy Fleming started his acting journey whilst living in London in 2016. This lead Willy to work as a Programs Coordinator and Host on expedition ships around the world. When he wasn’t at sea Willy was in Los Angeles gaining experience working on short-films. Over the last 2 years Willy has been living in Sydney studying acting full time alongside a few short courses specialising in Stella Adler, Meisner, Method, Morris, Lecoq and Laban. Willy has had the opportunity to play on stage: Levin in Tolstoys Anna Karenina, Claudius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Trigorin in Chekhov’s The Seagull, directed by Anthony Skuse. Willy has also been fortunate to be apart of a few on screen projects which will soon be released.
I'm an actor based in Sydney, NSW.
Born and raised in Tamworth, I relocated to Sydney in 2015 to pursue acting as a career.
Being queer and of Melanesian heritage I'm drawn to projects that highlight underrepresented communities.
I strive to work with diverse folks who are passionate about telling stories that might otherwise go untold.
I graduated from Sydney Actors School in 2017, with an Advanced Diploma of Acting for Contemporary Screen Media.
Recent work includes a lead role in the short film, Pacific Noir, directed by Alana Hicks. And a supporting role in the short film, Sunnies, directed by Izzy Khan.
After coming onto the Sydney Drag scene in 2018, Dominique Topp has quickly solidified her spot in the Sydney Drag Scene.
Coming off the back of her successful podcast Best Judies co-hosting with 2DAYFM’s Justin Hill Dominique found herself with a weekly residency hosting Fame Friday’s at one of Sydney’s most well known LGBTQIA+ club Universal Sydney, working along side Sydney drag legends and stars of the Stan Original: RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under.
Having scored herself the nickname “Sydney’s Life of The Party” you can can catch her at venues and parties across Sydney such as Poof Doof at The Ivy and Sydney long weekend institution I Remember House.