I am a British actor and voice actor living in Paris. I am best known for Zombies, Run! (iOS/Android) and the Europa-award nominated sitcom podcast Wooden Overcoats. I have a classic British voice and look and am frequently cast in upper class, educated and well-mannered roles. I have extensive experience in comedy.
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Video Game (Action) Phil Cheeseman Run for your Life from the Zombie Hordes! Zombies, Run! works anywhere and at any speed. We immerse you in an action-packed game and story mixed with your own music, whether you're jogging in a park, running along a trail, walking to work, or even running on treadmills. And if you want a serious workout, turn on thrilling zombie chases that force you to speed up to escape the hordes! You are Runner 5. Hundreds of lives are counting on you. You've got to help your base rebuild from the ruins of civilization by collecting critical supplies while avoiding roving zombie hordes. Can you save them and learn the truth about the zombie apocalypse? Even better, you can create your own custom playlists before you start running: the story unfolds in between your tracks through a series of dynamic radio messages and voice recordings. Written by Walter Simms
Voice-over by Audioscribble Rudyard Funn Rudyard Funn runs a funeral home in the island of Piffling. It used to be the only one. It isn't anymore.
Television (Drama and Romance) Actor Hollyoaks is a British TV soap opera, that takes a mundane look at the lives, loves and careers of a group of teenage friends and their families as they graduate through GCSE's, A-Levels and College into the world of work. first broadcast on 23 October 1995, on the Channel 4 network. Originally devised by Phil Redmond, who also devised shows such as Brookside and Grange Hill, the program is set in and around the fictional Chester suburb of Hollyoaks and is centered around a former 1950s technical college which is now a college of higher education called Hollyoaks Community College (often mistaken for the real-life University of Chester), with the characters and main target audience generally being in their late teens or early twenties. Written by Anonymous
Television (Drama) Actor The daily lives of staff at a Birmingham medical practice, including their often dramatic involvements with their patients.
Drama Studio London
The Actors Centre