Previous unpaid speaking roles
A word about accents. Mine doesn't have a tick-box. I have a slight northern accent which is maybe decribed as 'posh geordie' ?
When younger had parts with N/land youth theatre and later an amatuer drama group. Much later I had many words to learn when taking roles in freemasonry ( I resigned later ). I'm sure I could handle a background non speaking role.
I am calm, responsible and well organised and would follow your directions well.
Strangers have commented that I'm a LOOK ALIKE for Clint Eastwood and also Henry Fonda.
**** My profile reads as one casting . NOT TRUE ! That should read as 5 ****
# # AT LAST I was given a chance to act in a short two man student film. They filmed over 2 days and were satisfied with my performance ! ! # This was a speaking part of course.
# #March 2014, Just finished 3 days work with students from Sunderland Uni. Filming a pilot for a TV series (in theory). I was a character called George in 'The Log Inn'. A sit-com in which I played a retired man who was the only regular customer in a run down internet café. It was not a major role but still the largest I have played so far. I think I remembered and delivered the lines OK but slipped up with a change of clothes and had left previous days clothes at home! I will not make that mistake again !
# # # 4TH May 2014 - Just finished playing a supporting role in 'In waiting' by pins and needles media co. "
2 days work, in shot a lot of the time. My first experience with a large and really professional team .
An enjoyable and educational experience and I think they were happy with my contribution. My character was Mr Freeman.
2016. Played a part as a dog owner getting his lost dog back in a low budget short film 'Akita'. VERY close to home !!