|Experience Details:||Weekend Arts College (WAC)
Young Actors Theatre as a Junior and teen until 1st March 2012
School, College and Church.
July 2011 Team Leader in Fort Boyard, Series 1
Dec 2011 Transport For London, Teenage Poster Nationwide Campaign
TFL Road Safety, 'The Brother' in 'Concrete Dreams' on You tube
Zone 180, 'The Son' in 'Family Matters' for Film Festivals
Extra in gym scene in Walk Tall
Educational DVD, playing, 'the Son, named Jamie' for Enfield Council
Having spent fun times at Anna Scheres and a few School, College and Church performances, I strongly recognise just how much I really really enjoy being in or out of character, being funny and serious, formal and informal, with or without an accent or script, voluntary or unscripted and unexpected
People who have watched me perform have either ripped their clothing laughing and coughing, crying or shocked in connection to my character played, laughed till tears fell down their faces or stood up clapping, which left me feeling very encouraged and happy with myself.
Whilst at College in December 2009, a Theatre Production visit us all. I volunteered to participate in playing a very fed up, father's son. Before the viewing of the next play the cast asked me to act, as another character that was a reluctant gang member being encouraged, to join different gang and communicate with a deaf person. I happily accepted and after the performance, all the cast came to greet and congratulate me upon my performance. The Immediate Theatre Director approached me, handed me his business card, asking for Mum and I to contact him, which was very encouraging.