Kal Weber ("Chris Keel")
Canadian Kal Weber has had small parts in the UK television series Taggart and Soldier, Soldier and the film Hackers. You could also catch him in the UK Bacardi ads that were filmed in 1996. Since filming the series he has moved to Los Angeles where he has set up his own company, Ironwood Pictures but can currently be seen in an amusing UK ad from Carling.
Kal Weber can be contacted via his UK agent, Lucy Brazier, at Peters Fraser & Dunlop, 503 The Chambers, Chelsea Harbour, Lots Road, London SW10 0XF, telephone +44 (0)171 344 1010.
Colin Wells ("Sam Curtis")
Colin, a self-professed fan of the original series, has had parts in Mr Bean, Peak Practice, Medics, The Bill and Casualty and numerous stage roles. He can currently be seen in ads for Admiral Insurance and Bird's Eye foods. In 1996 he appeared in an ad for Orbit chewing gum. Most recently he starred in the feature film 'Titus Andronicus' (filmed in Rome with Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange) and at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester for the play "School of the Night". He is currently starring in the revival of the soap Crossroads.
(Thanks to Frank Harris, Marco Lang, Chris Beggs and Heide Wisher for info.)
Colin Wells can be contacted via: Colin Wells, c/o Eric Glass Limited, 28 Berkeley Square, London W1X 6HD (Thanks to Julia Anderson).
Lexa Doig ("Tina Backus")
Lexa hails from Toronto and has starred in films called Prince Street and While My Pretty One Sleeps. Theatre roles include Romeo and Juliet and Arsenic and Old Lace. She returned to Toronto to work on a series called Traders and her most recent role is in the sci-fi series Andromeda. Rather worryingly she cited Charlie's Angels as an influence!?!
Edward Woodward ("Harry Malone")
Edward Woodward is, of course, a veteran of film and television with lead roles in the gritty spy series Callan, the controversial cult horror film The Wicker Man, the Orwellian "1990" serial and ultimate international recognition in the top-notch American action/drama series The Equalizer. Prior to his involvement with CI5, he headed up the award-winning serial Common as Muck as (amazingly!) a binman. Despite a huge variety of roles, Edward's versatility always sees him turn in a captivating, imaginative performance.
In recent years health problems have occasionally hampered filming or theatrical work, yet he remains very much in demand.