Kahleen Crawford Casting was set up by Kahleen in 2006, and specialises in casting for screen.
With a reputation for finding new faces and casting well established talent alike, the company has full time offices in both Glasgow and London.
The team is lucky enough to have collaborated on many features and television programmes which have been nominated for major awards such as the BAFTAs, BIFAs, CDG Awards and The Academy Awards, as well as exhibiting and competing at festivals across the world including Berlin, Cannes, Sundance, Toronto and Venice.
Kahleen started working in casting in 2000, fresh out of her Film and TV degree. She cast her first feature film in 2003, and has worked all over the UK, Ireland, Europe and internationally.
Kahleen is a member of the CDG and the CSA, and is proud to have been nominated for two CDG awards in 2020, winning for Casting in a Feature Film for her work on ‘Wild Rose’. She received two further nominations in 2021 for Best Casting in a Television Drama Series for her work alongside Dan Jackson on ‘His Dark Materials; and on ‘I Hate Suzie’. She has also been nominated for two BIFA awards for Best Casting.
Kahleen is based in London, and is represented by Christopher Farrar at Hamilton Hodell.
Having seamlessly made the move from being a busy actor into casting, Dan relocated from London to Glasgow to work with Kahleen in 2007. He gained his first credit as Casting Director in 2012. Depending on the needs of the project, Dan and Kahleen co-cast as well as casting individually at KCC.
Dan is a member of the CDG and is proud to have been nominated for a 2021 CDG Award for Best Casting in a Television Drama Series for his work with Kahleen on ‘His Dark Materials; and a 2020 BIFA award for Best Casting for ‘Limbo’.
Dan works across the UK and beyond and is based in Glasgow.
Caroline joined the company in 2008 after a successful stint freelancing in various roles in the industry.
Caroline now casts most of her projects solo at KCC, though she and Kahleen still co-cast whenever they get the opportunity. In 2019 Caroline was proud to be co-nominated for a BIFA for her and Kahleen’s work on ‘Only You’.
Ross worked in freelance casting in London for several years before relocating home to Scotland in 2016 and immediately starting full time with KCC.
Ross works very closely with Kahleen and Dan on their film and television projects, as well as fostering excellent new relationships as KCC’s casting director for short films.