|Below are the main characters who appear in Atlantis High. Click a picture below for more information about that character.|
|Who is the mysterious character known as Lou Siffer?He appears in different guises throughout Sunset Cove – sometimes as the marketing director of the popular clothing giant, Rebelz schoolwear, but other times as the weatherman or newsreader on the television, even a lawyer.|
Lou Siffer is always in love with money and will do whatever he can to make a profit and acquire dollars.
Does he have a different agenda beyond merely acquiring money? What impact might his activities have on the residents of Sunset Cove – and the world as a whole…?
|Kissinger the dog is the cute and adorable pet of the Vermont family. He especially gets on well with Octavia.Kissinger likes nothing more than spending time at the Vermont’s beautiful house.|
In an unexpected twist, Kissinger swallows the miniaturised spacecraft containing the aliens Xeron, Vortex and Nebula and becomes the pursued object of Commander Vermont and Mr Dorsey in a race to find the three aliens.
|VORTEX, XERON AND NEBULA|
|A trio of intrepid aliens from the star system Fenorg – Vortex, Xeron and Nebula are on their way to Earth to rescue their alien kinsman, Mr Dorsey, none other than the science teacher of Atlantis High…Vortex, Xeron and Nebula accidentally crash land their spacecraft and miniturise themselves in the process, thereby encountering a variety of adventures from all kinds of wildlife (and other residents of Sunset Cove) on their quest to reunite with Mr Dorsey… |
The three aliens find Earth creatures to be very bizarre and have many funny moments as they try to blend in with humans.
Des Morgan (Xeron) – Sam Husson (Vortex) -Lyndee Jane Rutherford (Nebula)
Sam has acted in a wide range of roles in television, the stage and advertisements. Sam enjoys writing. Sam has been in other Cloud 9 productions including Twist in the Tale and portrayed the crazy character tophat in the smash hit series, The Tribe.
Lyndee has extensive acting experience in both television and stage, including many comedic roles. She has also had a role in The Tribe.
Des has spent 20 years in television starting with “Close to Home” in 1983 and finishing with “The Strip” in 2001. Des has worked extensively in theatre and television throughout this time.