Gordon Patrick Griffin
  • 37, Male
  • Swansea, Wales.
  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
I have studied to be an actor for the last four years in Ireland and at Swansea Metropolitan University. I have also worked as a stage technician for the last two and a half years and so know my way around a theatre. I have worked on series for Tv such as The Tudors and have training in acting for camera. I have also been studying guitar for the last nine years along with acting and can sing and play. This is my life and i have enjoyed every single second of it.
A little more about me:
I am a family man and have a young daughter and myself and my partner are both actors in the process of starting up our own theatre company.
Abergele, Conwy, North Wales
Projects I’m working on:
Founding sticky glue theatre Company in North Wales.

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Hi Guys - I'm on the Hunt for Hoodies again - Unused/unwanted

Hi Guys,

Thanks for all of the hoodies that you were

Able to give me, the last show of "A Hug…


Posted on April 27, 2010 at 14:59

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At 3:44 on July 22, 2010, Steve Grey said…
Hey right back at yer, Gord, old boy,
I'm in a little bit of a lull at the moment, but lots of little bits coming up. Just directed "The Shoeshine" in Theatre on the Steps, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
and at the DTC, Swansea. Got some nice comments and reviews for it too. Looking for some small venues around South Wales to take it to over the next few months.
Done Lunchtime Theatre with Fluellen, a Ray Williams piece called "Close the Lid, Igor" which was a laugh.
Will be playing Mr Cherry Owen in Neath Little Theatre's Under Milk Wood in September.
Got a part in Harry Boast's next film in August whick looks like it'll be fun.
So, all in all, shouldn't grumble.
So, How's yerself?
At 9:19 on July 19, 2010, Edward Llewelyn said…
Heya mate, ye no worries shame you couldn't make it out but would be good to have ya next time :) Things aren't bad quiet at the moment with acting gigs but my part time job is keeping me afloat so until something comes along am surviving but want auditions.

Must meet soon Gordon. How did your X-Factor gig go? Any acting gigs yourself coming up? You going to Edinburgh at all?
At 9:17 on June 1, 2010, Kayla Lyn Eggleton said…
thanks for the link looked like a success! your face in the pic was funny tho :-) glad it went well
At 0:53 on May 14, 2010, Kayla Lyn Eggleton said…
in bristol oh good luck lol i saw you with you guitar down near the swansea in door market the other day was gunna say hi but i was running late lol hope all is well x
At 0:28 on May 4, 2010, Edward Llewelyn said…
I can hold my Guiness mate, that's what hands are for ;)
Hope you're keeping well mate.Ed
At 4:17 on April 27, 2010, Kayla Lyn Eggleton said…
it kept me warm on the walk back ... well walk to the taxi lol.
im very good thanks how did your thingy go on sunday?
At 2:10 on April 20, 2010, Lloyd Evans said…
Sorry no can do, its the week before Showcase 2 so i'm going to be extremelly busy. would of loved to otherwise. sorry mate
At 23:55 on September 18, 2009, Caylee Louise Coote said…
Hello! yeah we are fine thank you.getting ready for America.how are you?what have you been up to?
At 21:45 on August 12, 2009, RJK said…
Hi Gordon

Hope it's going well - and the Clarks piece went well.

Let me know your contact email so I can forward any information I get through about work / training etc - and let us know how you are getting on.


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