Previous unpaid speaking roles
In March 2007, I had a part in producing and staring in a student film called: "Confessions of a Peacock". I played the part of the unfaithful husband William Peacock who had an affair with his young mistress and conspired with her in a failed attempt to kill his wife.
In October 2013, I played the part of the pompous Policeman Erchie Macpherson in a stage play by the Cumbernauld APEX Players called: "Parras over the Barras", which is set in Glasgow in the 1940's during World War 2. This took place at the Greenfaulds High School Theater.
I landed a role as an Extra in the TV series: "Outlander" in which I played a 1940's soldier armed with a rifle in November 2013.
In March 2014, I had the speaking role of the Drug Dealer Dave in the student film: "The Maker". The video of this film can be viewed on my profile page.
I played the non-speaking role of a ninja assassin in another student film called: "Marital Kombat" in March 2014. The video of this film can be viewed on my profile page.
In April, June and July 2014, I appeared as a Russian Soldier in the Independent film: "Trained to Kill" by the company Scot Films.
I appeared in a pilot episode for an Independent series called "Weegies" as a tall, handsome man in April 2014. The video of this series pilot can be viewed on my profile page.
On June 5th 2014, I played the lead role of a hapless Bank Robber named Johnny in the stage play: "In the Spin" with the Cumbernauld APEX Players at the Jack Snipe Theater. In this play, I expressed a great deal of aggressive body language and I shouted a lot. This is embellished by the fact that I was brandishing a replica Beretta pistol for the greater part of the plays duration, which made me look very intimidating.
In July 2014, I played the role of the eccentric General in charge of the Singularities Project in the feature Science Fiction film: "Singularities". This also involved a great deal of expression of aggressive body language and shouting on my part.
On October 22nd 2014, I played a male swing dancer in a 1930's themed film called "Dames".
On December the 8th 2014, I played the short speaking role of a Hitman called 'Steel' in the
web series "CrimeLord". In this production, I became familiar with the use of fake blood as my character suffers a gunshot wound in the arm. I also handled a replica handgun in this production.
In February 2015, I played the non-speaking part of a masked thug and the speaking part of the Journalist Billy Cole in a short student film thriller called "Aftermath".
At the end of February 2015, I played the part of the psychotic town preacher Jeffrey River in the short horror film "The Cradle".
On March the 16th 2015, I played the parts of Patrolman Larry and the Alien Ruler in a stage adaptation of the 1959 American film "Plan 9 From Outer Space". This took place at the Cottier's Theater in Glasgow.
On June 13th 2015, I played a gangster in the feature film "Reflections of a Private Eye".
Between the 19th and 20th of June 2015, I performed the short speaking role of the Porter in the stage play: "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibson at Cumbernauld Theatre.
On July 29th, I played the thief 'Ivan' in a short drama film called "What Do You See?"
On September 2nd 2015, I performed two stage plays with the Cumbernauld Apex players. I played a bank robber called Darren in "Driving Mr Diddy". I played a sky diving instructor called Rex in the second play, which was called "Menage Trois".
On October 23rd 2015, I played the lead role of Miguel in a stage play called: "The Magic Cave of Salamanca" at the Websters Theatre. I would go on to reprise this role at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe.
On May 29th 2016, I played the guy who steals the main character's girl in a short film called: "The Dreamer".
In June 2016, I played Bob Acres in the stage play: "The Rivals" at Cumbernauld Theatre.
In July 2016, I played the naive hitman Mr Murray in a short film called "Waiting to Kill Time"
Between February and March 2017, I played a convict called "Sam Ayling" who cooperates with a fellow prisoner to escape prison in order to help his terminally ill sister in a short thriller called: "Breakout". This involved a lot of physical and emotional expression on my part. There were also good action sequences and fake blood was used.
On the 6th and 7th of June 2017, I played the role of Russell Dumaurier in a short play called: "Who Killed the Director" with the Cumbernauld Apex Players drama group.
On the 15th, 16th and 17th of June 2017, I played the lead role of Victor Emmanuel Chandebise and a smaller role of Dougal the bellboy in a classic French Farce Play called: "A Flea in her Ear" with the People's Theater Company at Cumbernauld Theatre.
In August 2017, I reprised the roles of Patrolman Larry and the Alien Ruler in a revised stage adaptation of "Plan 9 From Outer Space" at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. I also played the role of the narrator Criswell on this occasion.
In October 2017, I played the role of the Plague Bearer called the Red Death in a play called "The Red Death" at the Edinburgh and Glasgow Horror Festivals. This was a stage adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death". I also gained more experience working with fake blood in this production.
On November 18th 2017, I was an Extra in a scene involving Longshanks and his son Edward the second in the Netflix film "Outlaw King" in which I played a Minstrel.
On November 26th 2017, I reprised the role of the Hitman 'Steel' in another episode of the web series: "Crimelord".
On January 4th 2018, I played a warped psychopath in highland dress called Jamie in a short film called "The Bothy" in Glencoe.
On January 23rd 2018, I played an overprotective father in the short film "Scarlet" in Possilpark.
In March 2018, I played a neurotic Divorce lawyer called Nicholas who is accused of murdering his family in the short film Divorcee