Actor originally from Yorkshire, I live in London but still have various bases in the north incl Leeds & Sunderland. I have worked on various short films and two features, about to start filming for the third.
Film (short) by Christian Ancliff (Comedy and Drama) Actress Angel TV takes a look back at the creation of mankind, with inside interviews with those that were involved in the project from design to delivery; this documentary special exposes the truth behind the biggest, and strangest project undertaken by the ethereal powerhouse. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Ben Dixon (Comedy, Drama and Family) Actress An urban comedy about misplaced love and badly kept secrets.
Film (short) by Jamie Havill (Drama and Fantasy) Actress
Film by Si Wall (Drama) Actress In a massive city like London, a speed date night is now a popular event and we are invited to meet a bunch of single Londoners as they search for love, their soul mate and companionship. What could possibly go wrong?
Film by Michael Tchoubouroff (Comedy and Drama) Actress A London mental hospital is being sold to 2012 property Developers and the staff and patients are fighting to keep it open by staging a Sci-Fi version of "Romeo and Juliet".
Film (short) by Giles Alderson (Comedy) Actress Barry Brown is a cheesy stripper who still thinks it's 'cool' to take his clothes off in-front of screaming Hen Doo's girls. But when he is faced with being a tribute act will he be able to pull it off.
The Sleeping People
Film (short) by Romie Faienza (Fantasy, Romance and Sci-Fi) Actress One ordinary morning, Judith discovers a sleeping man in her front garden, next to the paper. After consultation with her co-workers, she decides to bring him inside. Before long, she's being pestered by town busybodies, and even the military - and her house plants aren't behaving the way they used to. An absurdist romance; a science-fiction fairy tale about love's limits, and its transformations. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Vanessa Caswill (Drama) Actress Stuck in 50s British suburbia, nine-year-old Ivy loses herself in glamorous images of Hollywood magazines. But when her mother gives her a traumatic Pudding Bowl haircut, her imagination takes flight as she refuses to be cut down by misfortune. Written by Anonymous