Previous paid speaking roles
- UK Posh
- USA California
- USA Southern
During secondary school, I studied Drama at GCSE level and performed multiple pieces in front of live audiences. Further, I made a cameo appearance in my own AS film as well as taking the starring role in my colleague's AS film. Finally, I played a chorus role in the 2010 production of Oliver, and the role of Doc Pearse in the Western-Musical Calamity Jane.
During University, I provided the voice over for a short documentary made by a student of the University. As well as this, for the second year film project that I worked on, I stepped in for the role of the protagonist for test shoots. Also, I made yet another cameo appearance in my final year film project.
I am a graduate of the Drama Studio Scheme at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast where I played Vincent Van Gogh at the final showcase where we performed scenes from the play Vincent In Brixton.
Following this, I have appeared in various short film projects, on-stage as a principle member of the Dracula cast, and on television as Steve Arnott's body double in the sixth season of Line of Duty. I have even lent my voice to an animated short, where I provided my portrayal of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Very recently I, and others, brought Bill Morrison's stage adaptation of the 1965 Brian Moore novel, The Emperor of Ice Cream, to life for the first time since its initial run in Dublin's Abbey Theatre in 1977, by performing a live read of the text. This was performed as part of the Brian Moore Centenary Festival, run by Paradosso Theatre.