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What I do:
Actor
A little more about me:
I'm a young Actor, originally from Maesteg. After graduating with a BA Hons from Trinity St David, Carmarthen in Acting, I Co-Founded Bandwagon Theatre Company, and went to Edinburgh performing 'A Rotten Little Story' for the 2011 Fringe Festival. Since then, i've had the opportunity to work with some great companies on very exciting projects both in Wales and abroad.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Currently working with director Peter Scott (3 Crate Productions) on Moira Buffini's 'Blavatsky's Tower'.

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