Simon Crudgington

Simon Crudgington

Actor and Screenwriter

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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February 2021
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About Simon

I am an actor and screenwriter from Nottingham, England, and am proud to say that I have won multiple acting awards from film festivals across the United States and Canada for my performances in “Voice of Belief” and “Unknown Caller”, the latter of which was also my first film as a screenwriter. I’ve been writing for several years to hone my craft, and now feel I am ready to start getting my scripts out there. I have a second short film, “Stairwell”, currently in Post Production and have written a range of pilots, features and shorts of varying genres. Please take a look through my loglines and acting profile and feel free to connect!

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Loglines

  • The Game

    The Game Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama An injured 19th century British soldier awakes in a threatening forest and encounters an elderly senile officer blocking his escape.

  • Dearest George

    Dearest George Budget: $100K - $1M | Historical Drama A young man aboard an 18th century whaling ship makes a horrifying discovery when his vessel comes across a long abandoned ship.

  • The Allington Logistical Adventurist Society

    The Allington Logistical Adventurist Society Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy Drama Following the death of his Astronomy obsessed kid brother, a troubled man plans to take his own life during a Comet sighting at a campsite retreat. But a clumsy ex-teacher and a chance encounter with love might get in the way.

  • Alf

    Alf Budget: $0 - $100K | Independent Drama Two old men reminisce about their past whilst on the sidelines of a Sunday league soccer pitch.

  • Tranquil Tony

    Tranquil Tony Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Comedy An anxious android porter falls in love with a French receptionist with a hidden past, as a dangerous criminal searches for the wife he had believed to be dead.

  • The Diversion

    The Diversion Budget: $100K - $1M | Mystery Horror Two young couples are forced to take a diversion off the motorway on their way home from the airport. Lost in the misty countryside in the dead of night, Jenny sees a ghostly apparition by the side of the road. As they flee through the woods, they will soon find that not all is as it seems.

  • The Tree House

    The Tree House Budget: $10M - $30M | Sci-fi Thriller In the year 2262, as war with the native inhabitants of a distant planet beckons, a man who claims to have lived for almost three hundred years may hold the key to the survival of the human race. 

  • Asleep

    Asleep Budget: $1M - $5M | Thriller Horror A recently married professional in search of his wife. A university student a long way from home. A British Army Sergeant cut off from command, and the sole leader of the city's rescue efforts. A population infected. To sleep is to die. To die is to kill. Don't. Fall. Asleep. 

  • Scarecrow

    Scarecrow Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy An affable scarecrow's peaceful existence is disturbed by the arrival of two unlikely visitors. 

  • Alignment

    Alignment Budget: $0 - $100K | Sci-fi Thriller In 1956, whilst dealing with his late father’s estate, Professor Marcus Blakely unearths a mysterious portal to his future descendants in the year 2021, as an enslaved coder from 2086 frantically battles to destroy the Alignment program. 

Credits

  • Stairwell

    Stairwell (2021)
    Film (short) by Coalescent Films / Nick Archer Screenwriter A day in the life of the interwoven connections between the inhabitants of an apartment block leads to the ignorance of tragedy.

  • Conviction Without Remorse

    Conviction Without Remorse (2020)
    Film (short) by Fresh AIR Films and Media, Alastair Railton (Crime) James Kershaw 1977; a working-class man is convicted of murder. Awaiting a life sentence in jail he toils with idea of telling the truth.

  • Unknown Caller

    Unknown Caller (2020)
    Film (short) by Fresh AIR Films and Media / Alastair Railton (Drama) Chris Having left early in the morning, Chris pulls up on a deserted road, gun in hand. He sets his eye on the prize. Luckily, someone unknown to him has his best interests at heart. Solitude is only temporary.

  • Unknown Caller

    Unknown Caller (2020)
    Film (short) by Fresh AIR Films and Media / Alastair Railton (Drama) Screenwriter Having left early in the morning, Chris pulls up on a deserted road, gun in hand. He sets his eye on the prize. Luckily, someone unknown to him has his best interests at heart. Solitude is only temporary.

  • Natural

    Natural (2019)
    Film (short) by Ladybrook Production / Dee Hackett (Drama) James Following a recent separation, Kate is focused on the one thing she longs for in life. She agrees to meet an apparent good Samaritan in a hotel room but quickly learns what realising this dream may cost.

  • Voice of Belief

    Voice of Belief (2018)
    Film (short) by Fresh AIR Films and Media / Alastair Railton (Thriller) Jason Argyll The story follows former Captain Ellen Turner as she comes face to face with the anarchist revolutionary, known as Jason Argyll. Argyll is laying down the final preparations to commit to a global broadcast that he believes will inspire billions around the planet and will change the course of human history forever. Her brother held hostage by a group referred to as the 1%, Ellen Turner is sent in to negotiate with the anarchist to prevent his broadcast from happening. As they engage in an ongoing battle of belief and willpower, they slowly begin to realise that their fate has become intertwined.

  • Cry of the Magpie

    Cry of the Magpie (2018)
    Film by Mr Stitch Films / Anthony M Winson (Horror and Thriller) Walter Anderson Elizabeth Pike is finally released from Meltonhurst hospital after 15 years into the custody of her older sister Margaret Pike. Elizabeth seems withdrawn and constantly on edge. She's promised by the doctor it's adjustment problems but Elizabeth isn't so sure.

  • Print

    Print (2018)
    TV Mini by Coalescent Films / Nick Archer (Drama) Dylan White Max Stacey, an online reporter for local newspaper The Siren, is given a story about a runaway child. This could be her coveted ticket to breaking into print - as long as she can keep control of the story.

  • Do Something, Jake

    Do Something, Jake (2018)
    Film by Raya Films / James Smith (Crime and Thriller) Slim An unemployed introvert, unable to read or write, draws on brilliant ingenuity when the woman he secretly loves is threatened.

  • House of Afflictions

    House of Afflictions (2017)
    Film by Mr Stitch Films / Anthony M Winson (Horror and Thriller) Marcus House Of Afflictions takes place in the late 1970's and tells the story of Kate Beckley (Michelle Darkin-Price) once UK's best selling crime author but it has been years since her last novel due to a tragedy which befell Kate and her husband John, their daughter Julia disappeared... Kate is coming to terms with the fact that Julia may never be found and has decided to start writing again, unfortunately Kate is finding it difficult to get back into writing due to constant distractions around her so decides to hire a temporary home to write. Almost instantly Kate begins experiencing paranormal occurrences, has Julia come back? or is there something more sinister lurking in the house preying on a grieving mother?

  • House Party Raiders

    House Party Raiders (2016)
    Film by Window Zebra Productions / Joseph Archer (Crime and Drama) DCI Sandford House Party Raiders follows the downward spiral of 2nd year Economics student James into a life of crime. After the realisation he is working his way into thousands of pounds worth of debt doing a course he doesn't care about and living with housemates he detests, James hatches a plan with his drug dealing friend to rob drunk people at house parties. Throughout the piece, James and his gang gain infamy for their violence, leading James to question his actions, decisions and future.

  • The Ashcroft Entity

    The Ashcroft Entity (2015)
    Film by Mr Stitch Films / Anthony M Winson (Horror and Thriller) Peter Eastwood Peter and Margaret Eastwood believe they've purchased their dream home to start their lives together but this house seems to be hiding something dark and terrifying in every corner.

  • Brothers

    Brothers (2014)
    Film by Lynch Films & Open Image Films / Darren Lynch (Crime) Sam Trevors The story of two brothers leaving behind their violent past only for the parents to be killed in the present forcing their old ways, they seek a revenge path of destruction.

Awards

  • Best Actor - AltFF Alternative Film Festival for "Unknown Caller"
    (2019)

  • Best Actor - Creation International Film Festival for "Unknown Caller"
    (2019)

  • Best Acting Duo - Vegas Movie Awards for "Voice of Belief"
    (2019)

  • Best Actor - Top Indie Film Awards for "Voice of Belief"
    (2018)

Education

  • Liverpool John Moores University
    (2004-2007)

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