The Cast and Crew
This page credits the people who contributed to creating Luna, either in front of or behind the camera. Brief profiles for some these people are included below the cast and production staff listings.
|Luna 72 Batch 19Y|
|Luna (season two)||Joanna Wyatt|
|40D (season one)||Natalie Forbes|
|Mr Efficiecity||David Gretton (season 1)|
Russell Wootton (season 2)
|32C (season two)||Vanessa Knox-Mawer|
|Image Collection||Bill Brown (1.1 to 1.4)|
Gerry Elms (1.5, 1.6)
Bernard Saunders (season two)
|Audio Stirbeing||Martyn Gillman|
|Lumino Blaser Raiser||Pete Dyson|
|Teletechnoclarity||Gerry Taylor (season one)|
Terry Bates (season two)
|Image Intermix||Yvonne Kelly (season one)|
Carole Legg (season two)
|Haut Cladclector||Christine Wilson (season one)|
Diane Holmes (season two)
|Paste Interface||Dianne Joyce (1.1 to 1.4)|
Sandy Staples (1.5)
Shirley Muslin (season two)
|Act Attracter||Maureen Riscoe|
|Teletyptapper||Gilly Bloom (season one)|
Emma Thomas (season two)
|Clunk and Tatter Mam||Sue Thornton|
|Q Plat Men||Sean O'Farrell (1.1, 1.2)|
Bernard Cons (1.3 to 1.6)
Trevor Lowndes (season one)
Ron Blanchard (season two)
|Prodordinator||Doreen Poirrier (season two)|
|Environ Creatassistor||Mike Cobert (season one)|
|Environ Creations (designer)||Tony Ferris|
|Galactic Dimini Teletalk Co-ordinator|
|High Grade Adminandirectinator|
(producer & director)
|Michael Dolenz (1.1, 1.2, 1.6, season two)|
|High Grade Adminordinator|
|Michael Dolenz (1.3 to 1.5)|
|Chris Tookey (1.3 to 1.5)|
Cast and Crew Profiles
Micky Dolenz - Creator, Producer, Director
Born on 8 March 1945, in Tarzana, California, George Michael Dolenz Jr. was a child actor in the 50s. He is best known as the drummer for The Monkees, the late sixties band and TV series. Before Luna, he created the series Metal Mickey. His extensive career also includes a cameo appearance in an episode of Muppets Tonight, and many cartoon voices including Authur in the television adaptation of The Tick. He paints, too.
Colin Bennett - Writer, "Andy"
As well as numerous writing credits, Colin has appeared on various TV programs and advertisements, including hosting the 80s children's game show You Should Be So Lucky, playing the caretaker in children's art series Vision On (aka Take Hart), and more recently hosting Night Shift, a series of short programs interviewing people who are awake at 4am. He also appeared in The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy as the Great Prophet Zarquon. He currently works as a TV producer.
Patsy Kensit - "Luna" I
Born on March 4 1968 in London, her first movie role was in The Great Gatsby in 1974. She has appeared in numerous other movies, and sang in her brother's band Eighth Wonder in the late eighties (see photo). Her best known role is probably as the love interest in Lethal Weapon 2. She married Oasis singer Liam Gallagher in 1997, after divorcing her second husband Jim Kerr (of Simple Minds). Her first husband was Dan Donovan of Big Audio Dynamite.
Joanna Wyatt - "Luna" II
Joanna is best known for belonging to the Mini Pops, an 80s kid band and tv series. She is still acting at least occasionally, including a role in the 1996 film Vol-au-vent, and theatre work.
Frank Duncan - "Gramps"
Frank Duncan was born in Switzerland on the first of February, 1923. He had a long acting career, including roles in Empire of the Sun and Vanity Fair. His most well known genre credit was providing the narration for the english dub of cult favourite Monkey. Sadly, Frank died while skiing in 1995.
His Internet Movie Database page.
If you can supply us with any information on the other people involved in Luna, or further data for the existing bios (especially photos for those without one), please email us.