Ethan BOOTH

Actor, Extra

Dudley, United Kingdom
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Physical Attributes

Height:
175 cm / 5ft 9in
Weight:
64 kg / 140 lbs
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Chest:
84 cm / 33 in
Skin color:
White
Waist:
78 cm / 31 in
Eye color:
Green
Hair color:
Brown
Hair length:
Medium
Hair type:
Straight

Credits & experience

2020
  • East 15 Drama School : Boy : Role of 'Brad' ( un-named in the play but a role I created for the Purpose)
  • East 15 Drama School production of Julius Caesar : Three roles in the production as part of my Theatre Arts Course
  • East 15 Drama School : Theatre Arts full time course which I received a certificate after passing.
2019
  • The Canterbury Tales : East 15 Drama School production : Cast as The Merchant as part of my Theatre Arts Course
  • Dudley Evolve College : HNC Performing Arts. Full Time course and awarded a final grade of DISTINCTION
2018
  • These Bridges : Warwick Arts Theatre : Role of Mick in the stage production
  • National Youth Theatre Of Great Britain : 3 week senior course held at Goldsmiths University, London in order to become a member
  • Darkness by Anthony Callum : Media Student Dudley College : Lead role of a PTSD sufferer ( role un-named)
  • Winters Past by Utopium Pictures : Lead Role of Hendric
  • Dudley Evolve College : BTEC extended diploma in Performing Arts. Awarded an overall grade of DISTINCTION* DISTINCTION*DISTINCTION*
2017
  • Complex by Utopium Pictures : Role of Husk
  • Dudley College : Awarded a B grade for my A Level Drama and Theatre course in the exams taken summer 2017
  • Dudley College : Enrolled on a 2 year acting course at Dudley College 2016-18. I have been awarded an overall grade of DISTINCTION*DISTINCTION* for the first year of this course. This equates to 8 distinctions and 1 merit out of 9 evaluations.
  • Dudley College : 2 year A level course. Awarded grade B in my first year AS Level drama and theatre examination taken in 2016

Acting

Acting experience

Previous unpaid speaking roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • UK English

I am a former member of the Jigsaw Youth Theatre based in Netherton, Dudley.

I have appeared in 3 Shakespeare for Schools productions, portraying Tranio in the Taming of the Shrew, Trinculo in The Tempest and Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

I have appeared in a number of schools productions including Snow White ( as Grumpy), Grease ( as Eugene), Scrooge, Disco Inferno , The Wizard of Oz and Bugsy Malone.

I have performed in a college productions of Blackout in 2016 and Monstrum in 2017. Both of these were part of the National Theatre connections festival and were performed at Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry

I have performed the role of Mick in These Bridges as part of the 2018 National Theatre Connections festival which will again be performed at the Warwick arts Theatre in April 2018.


I have performed in lead roles in two student films in May 2017, Weight of a Heart and Complex where I played as Husk ( masked character)

I have just completed filming 4 student films. Winters past where I played the main role of Hendric. I also played Murphy in the short film 'Milo' and the supporting role of Nikoli in Bleak Ms Winters.

I also played Steve in a short film called Darkness which was a story concerning PTSD. I won an award for this role as best actor in the Dudley Arts Festival held in June 2018.

I have now been given a placement within the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain having completed an intensive 3 week acting training course in London over the summer of 2018.

I have just graduated from East 15 Drama School based in Loughton Essex after completing a course in Theatre Arts and awarded a pass. During my time there I worked in productions of 'The Canterbury Tales' when I portrayed the Merchant, Julius Caesar where I played three parts in the production and as our modern assessment an on-line version of the play 'Boy', where I played a unnamed teenage boy, a role which required me to create my own character, one whom I named Brad.

The training I received at East 15 was very intensive. It included combat stage acting, improvisational work and classical interpretation. The later part of that course was curtailed due to the Covid-19 outbreak and had to be done on-line. That allowed me to experiment with my own editing and skills away from direct face-to-face acting.

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