TIM WELLS studied Drama and English (BA, HDE)at the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa and began his theatre career with the (then )NAPAC Loft Theatre company in 1991. He has freelanced since 1993 taking leading roles in many productions , both drama and musical. Highlights for Tim have been lead vocalist alongside Joseph Clark in “Suite Sting”, “The Piano Men” and “Concert Fever”. Drama productions include Maurice Podbrey's production of Michael Frayn's Copenhagen, Anthony Akerman's “Old Boys”, John van de Ruit's War Cry and Crooked, Kickstart's Popcorn and Oleanna(for which Tim was awarded Best Actor in 2008). Other highlights have been Kickstart's "God of Carnage" and "Don't Dress for Dinner" as well as the SA premieres of "Twitch" "The Ladykillers" in early 2013, for which Tim was nominated for awards in both respective roles.
He has 3 albums of his own rock-pop material under his belt and ten songs from the three albums have been played on radio around South Africa over the years since the first album's release in 1999(Fallen Through the Cracks produced by Nux Schwartz). Tim has also written material for TV and radio and for Joseph Clark's debut album “In Stream”. The Tim Wells Band performed in major venues and festivals in the late nineties and 2000 and has recently resurfaced and metamorphosed into the Tim Wells Blues Band. The TWBB recorded their debut CD in 2012. Durban Theatre awards: 2008 Best Actor for "John" in Oleanna (Kickstart Productions)
2011/2012 : Best Actor for "Michael" in "God of Carnage" (Kickstart Productions) and best Comedic Performance by a male actor for "Bernie" in "Don't Dress for Dinner" (Kickstart).
Name: Tim Wells
Lives in: Bath, United Kingdom
Occupation: Actor, Music Composer, Singer and Voice Artist
Unique traits: Impersonations, accents, character and corporate voice over work.
Durban Theatre awards: 2008 Best Actor for "John" in Oleanna (Kickstart Productions) 2011/2012 : Best Actor for "Michael" in "God of Carnage" (Kickstart Productions) and best Comedic Performance by a male actor for "Bernie" in "Don't Dress for Dinner" (Ki