Damon Andrews (THE GUARDIAN) Audio Interview Exclusive

Zoot be praised!  The Guardian (Damon Andrews) answers questions and talks about Zoot and life on and off-screen Quicktime Version Please wait a few seconds for the Quicktime audio clip below to start downloading – and crank up your volume!… Please note that this track is copyright © 1999 Cloud 9 (The Tribe) Limited. It … Continue reading Damon Andrews (THE GUARDIAN) Audio Interview Exclusive

The Guardian

Name The Guardian Series Series 2 and 3 Tribe The Chosen Biography A fanatic genius or a madman? Or both? Devoted to Zoot and making real the philosophy of “power and chaos” the Guardian is adored by the Chosen but feared by his enemies and the rest of the city. Is he becoming insane? What … Continue reading The Guardian

News: 24th October 2005

Cast Birthdays! Dwayne Cameron (Bray) and Damon Andrews (Guardian) both celebrate their birthdays on 28th October! We hope they both have a fantastic day. You can send your birthday wishes to dwaynecameron@entercloud9.com anddamonandrews@entercloud9.comThe New Tomorrow Cloud 9’s latest series The New Tomorrow is screening in Australia and the United Kingdom and there’s lots of great feedback … Continue reading News: 24th October 2005

News: 26th October 2004

Birthday Wishes! Happy Birthday to Dwayne Cameron (Bray) and Damon Andrews (The Guardian) who both celebrate their birthday on 28th October. If you want to send your birthday wishes to Dwayne or Damon emaildwaynecameron@entercloud9.com ordamonandrews@entercloud9.com Fanclub Member Only Competition Tribe Fanclub members take a look at the latest Tribe Fanclub Online Newsletter to enter the … Continue reading News: 26th October 2004

News: 18th September 2000

Tribe Questionnaire You may have noticed there is an online questionnaire to do with The Tribe and the Official Tribe website, Tribeworld. We try our very best to make Tribeworld be as good as it can be and the questionnaire asks some questions to the people who matter most – fans and viewers of The … Continue reading News: 18th September 2000