Previous paid speaking roles
- South African
- UK Cockney
- UK English
- UK Posh
- USA New York
- Middle Eastern
I know it's a cliche but I love acting.
I was cast in many plays throughout my school life, and this is where I got my love of the thespian.
At the age of 12 I made it to the last ten out of several hundred boys in auditions for 'Waiting for Gadot' in Brighton with Sir Ian Mckellen and Sir Patrick Stewart.
At 13, I was in a school play Ruckus in the Woods, I played Cupid, and had to dress up as a cherub, and I got used to standing very still one minute then flying around the stage the next.
At 14 I was in another school play, Little Shop of Horror, I was one of the extras but I was on and off the stage throughout the performance.
From 15 onwards, I was studying for my exams and when they were finished, I made the decision to get into journalism, however I never lost my love of acting and now I am 23, I feel that I can give it the time it needs.
I have just recently been in an advert for Latest TV in Brighton which is due to be released in the next couple of weeks (4th November 2017) where I played the part of a husband with a sneaky wife.
Nov 2017- Student Film "Spy" (City College Brighton) where I played the part of Proffesor Payne, an evil genius. Unpaid
June 2018- Music Video- "Sea girls too much fun", I played the part of a flirty young man. Directed by Vasilisa E. Unpaid
October 2018- Extra in feature film by Toffee Hammer Productions, I played the part of an office worker. 2 days of paid work. Produced by Ruth Marshal.
October 2018- Zombie Nightmare Experience, I played the part of an Army guide who was to lead a group of people to find a cure during a zombie apocalypse. 2 days of paid work. Company name: Wicked Experiences, Ashley G