Previous paid speaking roles
- UK Cockney
- UK English
- UK Scottish
- USA Boston
- USA California
- USA New York
My acting experience is primarily around stage at the moment, having been in stage productions of Grease and Don't Drink the Water for my college as supporting, but incredibly memorable roles.
More recently, I was also a featured role and several supporting roles in a yet unnamed radio play, themed around pirates. More information will be listed on this upon release!
Be More Chill, Canberra (The SQUIP)- My biggest role yet in the well-known and incredible stage musical, Be More Chill. Still in production at the moment, but it means the world to have gotten it- a hyper cool Artifical Intelligence acting as the antagonist lets me really test my abilities. I look forward to seeing how it goes!
Goodbye/Goodbye Depression (James)- An Australian university student who made a mistake, and spiralled into depression, alcoholism and substance abuse after the death of his girlfriend. This role relied heavily on subtlety, face acting, and movement, with much less emphasis on voice or dialogue.
Grease (Roger)- New Yorkish accent, with a need for comedic timing, a solo musical number, and having my pants taken off in front of an entire theatre.
The Thornthwaite Inheritance: The Musical (Allegro Thornthwaite) - A comically evil, long dead Victorian ghost, with a fancy british accent. A prominent antagonist, with lead parts in major musical numbers.
Don't Drink the Water (Krojack)- A russian special agent, while written as tall and imposing, and played partially in that way, worked much better as a strange but memorable running joke.