Previous paid speaking roles
- New Zealand
- South African
- UK Cockney
- UK English
- UK Posh
- UK Scottish
- UK Welsh
- USA Boston
- USA California
- USA New York
- USA Southern
I have preformed with ‘Act up, Act Now’ Rockingham youth having performed at the Rockingham festival. I have also been heavily involved with many Drama productions, playing numerous parts including a wayward youth (thug), an old man, and even a woman.
I was the lead character in a pilot episode named 'EGO' was entered in the Optus One80Project in January 2012. I played an 18 year old who had recently moved over from England, to Perth, Western Australia. I narrated the whole pilot episode, which was recorded in a professional studio.
In 2012 i was the main character and narrator in a school production, which was entered into festivals over WA. I played the role of a 25 year old Detective. I won the schools 'Best Actor of 2012' award.
At the end of 2013 I played the lead role of a modern day version of Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' in a University production, performed at Murdoch University's Theatre.
Throughout September 2015 I played the lead role of Joseph Turner, in a short film called Broken Wings. The film is set in a private psychiatric hospital about a relationship developing between myself and a female character who have had a similar past in terms of the battle against depression. We have filmed over three locations. It is looking to be released and publicised after the editing process, estimated around early December.
In early September 2015 I played the lead male role in a music video for Perth band 'Turtle Island's' lead singers solo song. It is a 90's theme involving a love triangle between myself and two female characters. It was filmed in Fremantle.
In early October 2015 I played the lead role in a short film named The Magician, being filmed in Perth. I play a magician who has lived in the shadows of the world best magician for years, my characters aim is to overthrow him and destroy his reputation so I become the number one in the world.
In late October 2015 I won Star Central Magazine's 'Most Promising Actor of the Month'. I will be featured in their magazine and on their website.
In November 2015 I played the lead role in a short film named 'Cerebrum' filmed in Perth. It involved all the different characteristics of the human brain in human form, from anger, humour, sadness. I played the boss of the department controlling all characteristics to perform well each day.