Previous paid speaking roles
I have completed various Acting training Courses, the last three at Actors Ink, before that, two at Ann Peter's school of acting. From playing extras in Captain Johnno (1987) and Tracks Of Glory (1991) to being a supporting actor in two features, Ben Warner's Breaking Point (2000) where I played a stressed out suicide victim, and in Blood Love (2011), as the husband of a wife who's been abducted by a devil worshipper, a much stronger character here, I have had a few other smaller successes in between. As for the end of last year, I played one of the cult members in the upcoming dark film, One Eyed Girl, where this year I was lucky enough to be in a pop clip video for rage, called "To The Motel" where incidentally I played a serial killer, which I do admit was a lot of fun, as I really went outside of myself here, with this pathetic and unstable character. You can also see me in many episodes of The Delilah Davies Show, playing an assorted of cooky characters, from a snooty best selling author, to a gay driving instructor. I've also started work on another show, Ghost Hunter, where I play the head of a ghost hunting agency, who tends to have a short fuse, when it comes to his dimwit, knitting loving associate. For me, it's a more mature role, which I do relish. I'm also playing a cheating husband in this, who gets to his throat cut, where he comes back as a ghost. It's directed my friend, Charles Burke, who wrote the much disturbing watch, Blood Love. I also played the head Nazi, Hezz Zeller in The Sound Of Music for the second time, back in March, where I really savored the moment with this character of authority. It's probably the character I've most enjoyed playing. I also write film scripts, where I am in the hope of one day, selling one, where currently I'm penning an ultra violent flick, centred around school bullying, It gives me a lot of pleasure as does acting. Sometimes it's an adrenaline ride for me, depending on the role and circumstance. It's fun, but it's hard work too, where you always have to give it your all. For me, acting is basically manipulating the unconscious. I am in the hope, of one day selling one, where currently I've penning an ultra violent flick, centred around school bullying.