Previous paid speaking roles
- South African
- UK Cockney
- UK English
- UK Scottish
- USA California
- USA New York
2015 Insanity, Lead role, short film, Chris Zarb
2014-2015, Hollow Crown, BBC
2014,Short, Aldous, Have a Nice Trip, Met Films
2014,Short, Richard, Harvey Brothers, Met films
2014,Short, Brother, Cross, Met films
2014, Short, Mr Pencil, Hired Guns
2013, Television, Hot Model, PLAIN JANE, MTV
2013, Stage, Iron Man , MARVEL 'LIVE' , Marvel
2013, Stage, Nico , MURDER MYSTERY , Theatre Giant, Peter Snee
Swiss Mercenary in Da Vinci Demons
Marvel tours playing character such as spider-man, Captain America, Thor, and Iron man. We go on tour round Europe performing on the red carpet for the new movies and in set venues and public place.
working with ITV workshop
Merlin sires 5 Knight of Camelot and double for King Arthur
Casualty. Two featured role play the lead of the gang, the first scene was set in a cafe my gang in messing around making the over costumes uneasy, then a gay couple come in we insult them for a bit then chase them out down the street, but they manage the escape on a bus.
The second role was very horrible me and the gang stork a girl who is on drug trying to get a good time out of her, she gets so sacred that she jump off a bridge.
Skins. The part of a Mod gang, we had two days of fight training and rehearsals then for days of filming two big action scene.
Merlin BBC series 4. For this I played the part of a Source warrior. This role was a walk on level which means Interacting with the main cast, lines and lots of action scene. Doing Merlin really improve my sword play skills fighting for the camera.
2011 March Party goer INQ Mobile
CAMDEN LAUNCH Director CHARLIE PHILLIPS Company Mind’s eye
Fires of faith: Tudor Documentary
Documentary: 1940 evacuation of Dunkirk
Bruce Springsteen - The River, music video link http://www.youtube.com/user/bbbluehunter#p/u/0/pEoiQlH1TGk
Jacques Lecoq training with teacher Pablo in Paris for one week
I began acting at the age of twelve at an after school club, where I discovered my passion and ability for the performance arts. I learnt the basics of acting through a variety of acting games, and by regularly performing in school plays.
I devoted my education to honing these skills; by studying Drama at GCSE level, for which I was awarded an A grade; and later by studying performing arts, film studies and media studies at A level.
It was then that I started to get really interested in film as well as theatre. For both my film studies and media courses I got to make movies. I found the process very enjoyable, and thrived on the challenges and opportunities to learn presented by working on both sides of the camera. I particularly feel that my time as a crew member has enhanced my acting ability, by further developing my understanding of working for the camera and taking direction.
After school I joined the Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre, which I attend weekly. This has really improved my acting ability as I learn something new with every lesson, and grow in my range of acting.
I have worked a five day shoot as an extra on E4's 'Skins', which is a series set in my home town of Bristol.
Recently, I have worked for “Films at 59”, where I was a runner. This gave me further insight into the world of film, and I look forward to continuing my work and training to develop my knowledge of how films are made.