CALLING ALL THEATRE-MAKERS!!! TEAM Workout is for theatre-makers of all kinds (actors, writers, directors, designers, technicians, puppeteers, I could keep going for a while…). It’s an invitation to come and play for a day, meet new people and work practically on ideas. There are two ways you can take part. First off - JOIN THIS EVENT TO TELL US YOU'RE COMING!:...then you can just turn up and donate your skills (be they acting, directing, writing, etc) for the day. No commitment, no…See More
How would you feel if an outsider came to the village your family had lived in for generations and told you all to leave?Inspired by true events, The Good Earth is the explosive story of a Welsh village, fighting to save their homes and mountain against outside forces, unravelled through fast physical theatre and folk song.Devised by Fragments and directed by National Theatre Wales' emerging director Rachael Boulton, The Good Earth is a new piece of Welsh theatre co-produced by Wales…See More
An enthusiastic and outgoing actor who likes to take risks and be put out of my comfort zone and always looks for a challenge. I hail from the Rhondda Valleys, born and bred, and have always been a little bit of a performer since my school days (usually the cheeky naughty one who wouldn't shut up until someone put a script in my hands and challenged me to say it out loud on stage in front of people - that soon shut me up!).
I love the craft of acting, specifically on stage and film and am eager to do as many productions as i can. The type of experience i'm looking for is to work with talented people who inspire me and encourage to bring out the best in me, and in doing so to give back to others in that shared experience.
I consider myself to be energetic, creative, open to criticism, punctual and hard working and an actor who has a big heart and good sense of fun! I love meeting new people and working with them on interesting projects whether as a lead, co-lead/supporting character; collaborating with others to create a work of art that is both meaningful and hopefully educational. But above all, i love to make friends, network and perform in front of crowds. I love the excitement, the adrenaline, the surge and joy of satisfaction when the crowd go wild with everyone's performances after a good nights entertainment!
I guess you can call me your typical struggling, jobbing actor constantly looking for work, looking to expand my horizons and spread my wings and make some good friends and meet some interesting people along the way on my journey. Though I've attended acting workshops and the summer schools at Drama Schools, I've never been fortunate enough to have any residencies in them, but i keep trying year after year. I hate suffering rejections, like every actor, but a few years of doing this has taught me to pick myself up, dust myself off and try again. So i guess that makes me one persistent little bastard.
All in all, I'm just looking for an opportunity; as an actor from an ethnic minority i can honestly say there aren't that many chances given, but i hope to change things up and see if i fit well here with you guys, so i thought the National Theatre Wales would be a good place to start
Porth, Rhondda Valleys
Projects I’m working on:
Just finished a professional W W 2 short film - A Chequer Board of Knights which will be a feature soon, but I'm currently working on a play called Crowds and Power to be performed at the Sherman Theatre this summer