Ian Hunter

Actor, Extra, Model, Dancer, Singer,… more

Southampton, United Kingdom
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Will You Be Mine

I wrote and self-produced this original song in 2013.

01Will You Be Mine
02Breakdown
03Breaking Shadows
04In the Corner
05Let Loose and Free
06The Man I Long To Be

Physical Attributes

Height:
180 cm / 5ft 11in
Waist:
86 cm / 34 in
Weight:
81 kg / 178 lbs
Eye color:
Green
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Hair color:
Brown
Skin color:
White
Hair length:
Short

Credits & experience

2018
  • Britain’s Scariest Hauntings (Sky Pick TV Series) : ‘Ghost Father’. Performed in reconstruction scenes as a father wrongly accused of murdering his children, when in fact the murderer was the mother. (October 2018)
  • Travel website stag-do photo shoot. Photography by Lilian Adams : Modelled as a lad on a stag-do. (April 2018)
  • Nine (Short Film) directed by Mansour Barghi : Role title ‘Newsreader’. Performed as a newsreader in public, giving a news report, and also recorded a voiceover segment for a separate part of the film. (March 2018)
  • Anime series (YouTube) : Performed voice effects for battle scenes. (February 2018)
2017
  • World’s Most Evil Killers (Sky Pick TV Series) : Role title 'Bill Clausen'. Performed in reconstruction scenes as a son whose mother was victim to murderer Dorothea Puente. (December 2017)
  • Pampers/Procter and Gamble (Advert). : ‘Expectant Dad’. Performed as a father waiting for, and then present whilst his child is being born. (November 2017)
  • Never Going Back (Short Film) directed by George R Lee : Role title 'Mac'. Performed a lead part as a son missing his father and having adventures, for a short film as part of the '60 Hour Film Challenge 2017'. (September 2017)
  • Catalyst (Feature Film) directed by Elizabeth J Cassidy : Role title 'Office Employee'. Performed as a background artist during office scenes. (July 2017)
  • Britain’s Most Evil Killers (Sky Pick TV Series) : Role title 'Ryan Edwards'. Performed as the neighbour of murderer Stephen Port, having various conversations with him and the people that would become his victims as part of reconstruction scenes. (June 2017)
  • The Big Photo Headshot Roadshow : Role: Photo Actor/Model for an afternoon workshop on photography headshots. (June 2017)
  • World's Most Evil Killers (Sky Pick TV Series) : Role title 'Policeman'. Performed as a policeman interrogating murderer Volker Eckert and escorting him to another room as part of reconstruction scenes. (June 2017)
  • UNILAD/FOSTERS (online advert) : Role title 'Pub Goer'. Performed as an extra as part of a chatty pub crowd. (May 2017)
2001
  • Film (unknown title) : Unspoken extra, playing an audience member in a cinema, reacting to a film on screen.
  • Eastleigh College : BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts

Acting

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • UK English

November 2017: Pampers/Procter and Gamble (Advert). Role title ‘Expectant Dad’. Performed as a father waiting for, and then present whilst his child is being born.

September 2017: Never Going Back (Short Film) directed by George R Lee. Role title 'Mac'. Performed a lead part as a son missing his father and having adventures, for a short film as part of the '60 Hour Film Challenge 2017'.

July 2017: Acting workshop for adults ('The Addams Family' at The Mayflower Theatre).

July 2017: Catalyst (Feature Film) directed by Elizabeth J Cassidy. Role title 'Office Employee'. Performed as a background artist during office scenes.

June 2017: World's Most Evil Killers (Sky Pick TV Series). Role title 'Ryan Edwards'. Performed as the neighbour of murderer Stephen Port, having various conversations with him and the people that would become his victims as part of reconstruction scenes.

June 2017: The Big Photo Headshot Roadshow. Photo Actor/Model for an afternoon workshop on photography headshots.

June 2017: World's Most Evil Killers (Sky Pick TV Series). Role title 'Policeman'. Performed as a policeman interrogating murderer Volker Eckert and escorting him to another room as part of reconstruction scenes.

May 2017: UNILAD/FOSTERS collaboration for online advert. Role title 'Pub Goer'. Performed as an extra as part of a chatty pub crowd.

2001: Performed as an extra in a film (unknown title). It was an unspoken role as an audience member in a cinema, reacting to a film on screen.

1999-2001: Completed a BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts which included regular acting lessons. I was also part of several productions including: 'Goldrush Saloon', 'The Canterbury Tales', 'Grotley Grange', 'A Company of Wolves' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

Extras

Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Modeling

Modeling experience

Beginner, starting out


April 2018: Modelled as a lad on a stag do for a travel website. Photographer: Lilian Adams.

June 2017: The Big Photo Headshot Roadshow. Photo Actor/Model for an afternoon workshop on photography headshots.

Music

Vocal ability

Lead singer


Producer ability

Intermediate


Singing styles
  • Pop
  • Rock

Favourite genres
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Indie

I have written songs for many years, and am now producing my own songs as a hobby (learning along the way). I've not been in a position to heavily promote anything but did have a song which was played on the local radio, and another which was incorporated into a DJ's warm-up mix for regular play at a local club. I just enjoy the creative processes behind it. I love the idea of performing gigs, but would need a band in order to do this as I am not able to play any instruments well enough (yet).

Dancing

Dancing ability

Beginner


Dance styles
  • Contemporary
  • Disco

2001: Performed at 'The Point' theatre in Eastleigh, as part of an all male dance project.

1999-2001: Attended regular dance lessons as part of the National Diploma in Performing Arts.

Presenting

Languages
  • English

Accents
  • UK English

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