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A typical jack the lad, when he’s not Daft Bass he’s known as Damian Beck. A born and bred cockney, he’s in Newcastle to study sport science at Newcastle University. He has a passion for music, sport and girls. Fashionable, cheeky and charming, a ladies man but he seems to have a soft spot for Latina. He has an interest in contemporary art and loves graphics and graffiti.

Dapper When he isn’t Dapper his name is Josh Stoker. Smart, shy and witty, he plays the piano and loves to attend gigs, his passions are music and reading. He has is subtly charming without him knowing it. His best friend is Mizz Punk who he’s known since he was young. He is the ultimate in geek chic, always dressed smart but with a quirky twist. He’s quiet and doesn’t give much away and is strictly a nice guy, he helps keep Mizz Punk grounded.

Latina When she’s not Latina her name is Alicia Esposito, she is half Spanish, half Italian. Spoiled rotten by her “daddy” she is typical girly girl who is always dressed in the latest fashion, looking good and being lady like is of the utmost importance to Latina. She is in Newcastle as she is studying a fashion course at Northumbria University. Her carefree attitude to life often gets her into trouble. She appears to have a certain soft spot for Daft Bass but clashes with Mizz Punk and Dapper, can they all get along well enough to become an unstoppable team. Her interests include fashion, beauty and boys but she also likes “showing Miss Punk a thing or two in all departments!”.

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When she’s not Mizz Punk her name is Anna Dutch she is a foul mouthed opinionated Geordie, a social outcast but that’s the way she likes it. Dapper is her best friend, she doesn’t have many friends as she often appears rude due to her bluntness; she acts like a true anarchist but is a secret a softy at heart. She is studying creative writing at Newcastle University. She either has her head in the clouds or her head in a book. She loves bright colours and anything out of the ordinary.

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