Hi my name is Jamie, I trained as an actor with Cap-A-Pie in 2001. From there I performed at Newcastle Playhouse,Stanley Civic Hall and other venues, in a play called Base Jump. During my Cap-A-Pie training, in a play at Newcastle Playhouse I caught the eye of a BBC talent-spotter, and was asked to go for audition. I was successful at the audition and got the role working in a documentary with the director Paul McGuiggan. The documentary was called Little Angels and it lasted for about 3 /5 months on and off. When the documentary was finished I got a job as a welder, but my dream is to continue acting. I am well known for being like a comedian, I can make people laugh. I have the ability to do any facial expression and to make people laugh when doing this. I also have the ability to make myself cry if needed. Plus, I can change my voice and act in a completely different character. I would think that I am a good actor. The people that trained me said I was a “diamond in the rough” as at the time I was maybe a bit big headed with me being still young and getting a part working for the BBC. I just hope someone will give me a chance to prove myself. I can get references from Cap-A-Pie if required.
TV Movie (Crime and Drama) Actor Two young heroin addicts, recently released from prison - both are desperate to "get off the gear". But poverty and boredom in their home town in North England means that it is only a matter of time before they slip back into the cycle of addiction and crime. Michelle, forced into prostitution by the age of 13, now lacks the support she needs to stay off heroin. Shaun, on the other hand, has his mother, Angela,who will do anything to protect him, until his steady relapse becomes too much for her to bear. Written by thePRman
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