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Your Stories

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Here are stories about you…not us…you guys! We like to hear how you’re all doing so please share your ‘Already Labelled’ story with us. The more amusing the better. We’ll give away one free set of labels every month for the best story. It could be you next month…

Current ‘Already Labelled’ Stories


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I attended the Arts Educational school and graduated in September 2012. I purchased labels  having already been signed with Michelle from Mondi Associates. I have been predominantly been sending casting directors my showreel and have enjoyed many hits on YouTube and Vimeo as a result. I am hoping to increase my profile and intend to keep sending my information when I have relevant performances coming up, or when I know something is being cast that I’m right for. I have a fantastic relationship with my agent but I wanted to be really pro-active in taking control of my career.





Hello my name is Daniel Akoto, I’m an actor aged 33. Friends and family will tell you I’m quite a comical person who is always smiling. When it comes to personality I feel I definitely gel with everyone. On the acting side of things it all started from this quote from my elder brother’s previous girlfriend “your brother is sooooo funny he should be on television” after hearing this I thought yes why not, so I began to do some research, joined the Anna Scher summer school, and after completing this to my great amazement I then got selected for a part in their play production. After performing this I was told I stole the show why my comical timing and reactions and through this gained myself a place at the Anna Scher theatre. I quickly realised I had a hunger for this industry and this is definitely going to be my chosen career path.


Nicon-headshotNicon Caraman was born and raised in Gratiesti, Republic of Moldova. The son of Maria and Andrei Caraman. He is the second child of three siblings. He started his career in acting for commercials and short films! His first appearance on the big screen was in the feature film “Nunta in Basarabia”. He then signed with a modeling agency in Chisinau and worked on several print and commercial campaigns. He moved on to become a host on a well established Breakfast Show. For many years he excelled as a volunteer at the local NGO, training children with disabilities, using his vast knowledge of social activities to help children from disadvantaged backgrounds. He was also lucky enough to be chosen as one of only 16 contestants to star in Moldova’s inaugurate reality talent show – similar to the X Factor. As a young man he was a competitive footballer for a professional team but suffered an injury that caused a halt in his football career, which gave him the opportunity to realize his acting and modeling abilities. At the age of 23, Nicon moved to Italy to be closer to his family that had previously moved there. After having a really promising proposal from an acting agency in London Nicon decided to make the move. Soon after his arrival, he auditioned for a feature film, got the part, and made his big screen debut in the Hollywood blockbuster “Red 2″, playing a Russian military soldier. Since then Nicon has worked on numerous projects and films, network and television shows.



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