Previous paid speaking roles
Actor/ film,Tv and theatre.
Universal voice type
Just finished filming on TV Pilot " Itchy Brits" and cast as "The Teacher" in the film trilogy SURPRISE filming in May 2018.
Elliot Reivers began his career with Cumbria Young People’s Theatre in his mid teen’s following which he joined Renaissance Theatre Company creating the role of the Gypsy in the Educational award winning production of “The Real Maria Martin”. He toured with Renaissance playing leading roles in plays by Shakespeare, Zola, Moliere and the title role in the rock musical “Strong Arm Sammy” originating at the Young Vic in London. He joined Interplay Theatre Company in Ulster touring as an actor/teacher and performed weekly rep at the Riverside Theatre (New Univerity of Ulster) before playing Claudio in Measure for Measure at the Arts Theatre in Belfast working alongside film actor Liam Neeson. Returning to the mainland Elliot helped set up the Maidenhead Village Theatre in Berkshire working as production manager and appeared as Pip in Great Expectations and the gentleman caller in The Glass Menagerie. Elliot went on to work as a Shakespearean actor with Traffic of The Stage in Hampstead and also played a variety of comedy roles for BBC television on, The Rory Bremner Show, with Rowan Atkinson in Blackadder and later joining the cast of Eastenders for two episodes to threaten “Dirty Den”. Following on from this were appearances as a gang member with Gary Oldman in "The Firm", a Cyberman in the Dr Who feature film Silver Nemesis and top Russian Agent (Vladimir Kissoff) in the Bond spoof cinema film “Number one Gun” directed by Lyndsey Schonteff (formerly of Universal Pictures). More recently Elliot has worked on voice overs in commercials for Joseph Patrick (Miami Film Fest winners 2011), for the Media Factory Film "Needle in the Hay" and as Sammy Armstrong in “The Bell Pool” a film written and directed by Joe Tibbetts following this Elliot worked with Indie Film award winners, Freed Spirit / Wright Walker Productions, with Alan Scott ( Sounds shop media ) as Bailey in " Stuffed " , Celtic Storm Films as Ballistic Bob Armstrong and a recent advert playing The Boss for Adzuna's " Glass Ceiling " shot in London Nov. 17. Since being Manchester based Elliot has played character roles with Dan McGee in an innocuous Killing and as John Stalker in a short about the Bally Neary barn shooting. Returning to the Stage after 15 years Elliot played the lead in " Behind Closed Doors " director Lisa Barton and has just finished filming for the TV pilot "Itchy Brits" (Spring 18) Elliot was on the Lowry stage in July appearing in Twisted takes and has just finished filming as the Teacher in the film trilogy " Surprise ".