Previous paid speaking roles
- South African
- UK English
- UK Scottish
- USA California
- USA New York
- USA Southern
Screenwise Acting School, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced short courses in Screen Acting. Studied Acting Ensemble at NIDA in 2013. Currently studying with Hills Drama School and Grant Thompson for his short screen acting course with iSpry Management Agency.
I've been lucky enough to be a part of the Castle Hill Players theatre group, Acting Factory, and other community theatre, semi professional, and professional productions for both stage and screen over the last 5 years.
Shows that i've been involved in include 'Just Macbeth' as the character Banquo/Danny (End of Season 2014), 'A Bad Year for Tomatoes' as Piney (End of Season 2015) 'the Game's Afoot' as William Gillette/Sherlock Holmes (April 2016), 'Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles' as Dr John Watson with the Acting Factory (October 2016), 'The Accused' as Dr Patrick Sherwood otherwise known as the Accused, 'Reefer Madness' as Jimmy Harper (July 2017) at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville presented by Kore Productions, 'Deathtrap: A Thriller In Two Acts' as Clifford Anderson (November 25th, 2017) a one night only performance to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation and Movember initiative, 'Harvey' as Duane Wilson (May 2018), 'Chicago the Musical' as Fred Casely (October 2018), 'Allo Allo' as Office Crabtree (May 2019), and currently rehearsing for 'Biloxi Blues' as Pvt Joseph Wykowski (July 2019), while also being freshly cast in 'Nell Gwynn' as John Dryden (Nov 2019)
In between I have been privileged to play Pvt. Samuel Gardner in the World Premiere of 'For the Sake of Mother England' by George Cartledge, a play commissioned for the Centenary of Gallipoli in April 2015 - performed at The Kings School theatre for the Baulkham Hills Shire Council and partially funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
We had great feedback on this show and are looking to get it running again with the help of any budding producers and investors out there.
As well as this, Hills Drama School entered into the Short and Sweet festival with a wildcard entry of a play called 'AA' or 'Actors Anonymous' with an Ensemble cast who both wrote and acted in the festival.