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Alexandra Johnston

Executive Producer and Presenter Alex has been a lover of dolphins for as long as she can remember, and more specifically orcas since watching the movie Free Willy! Alex is a volunteer for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project and can be seen in 'Converse - Public Access Campaign' talking about her marine activism. She spent time attending and documenting protests against dolphin slaughter and capture and has also acted as a Cove Monitor in Taiji, Japan, documenting the slaughter and capture of multiple dolphin species for captivity. Her day time job as a Talent Agent could not contrast anymore with her life as an activist and advocate for the oceans and she has always wanted to find a way to combine...

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Maisie Williams

Maisie is best known for her role as 'Arya Stark' in HBO's series Game of Thrones. This role earned her two Portal awards in 2012 for Best Supporting Actress and Best Young Actor in television and she is the youngest actor ever to receive this. In 2014 she was named as one of the U.K's International Screen Stars of Tomorrow and also won The Entertainment Weekly's Best Supporting Actress award. This was followed by an Emmy nomination in 2016. Maisie has also completed filming for 'XMen New Mutants' and can he heard voicing the character Goona in Aardmans claymation 'Early Man'. Having known Alex since she was young, the pair have a close friendship and looked forward to being able...

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Maria Nangle

Producer Maria is another life long orca lover having too fell in love with the Free Willy movies from a young age. Although her career as a Paediatric Nurse took her in another direction she found herself drawn back to her love of dolphins and whales and decided to travel to Norway to see orcas in the wild... here she was lucky enough to meet some people involved in Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project and before she knew it became a volunteer herself. Maria has been involved with Dolphin Project since 2015, travelling to China to assist with the book tour for the release of 'The Cove', Japan on 3 occasions to document the slaughter and capture of dolphins, given educational...

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