About me

I am an actor and voiceover artist with dual British & Canadian nationality currently living and working in Toronto, Canada. Since training at Drama Centre London I have mostly worked in film, TV, theatre and voiceover. My credits to date include leading roles in the feature films WASP and KALEIDOSCOPE MAN as well as providing voiceover for many global brands. I relocated from London to Toronto at the start of 2018 and have already worked on TV episodes, commercials and voiceovers in the city. View my showreel here.

Alongside acting I work as a voiceover artist and have my own professional voiceover studio in Toronto. My voice can be heard on countless commercials for radio and TV as well as on documentaries, feature and short films, corporate videos and e-learning videos. As a British Canadian, I am able to provide narration in a range of U.K. and North American accents. I have my own professional voiceover studio in Toronto and can offer a fast turnaround on most voiceover jobs. You can read more about my voiceover work and listen to my voice reels here.

I also work as a producer and have recently wrapped on a documentary with PHIX for Sky Arts in the UK – MY VIEW: CLEM BURKE. Clem Burke is the drummer behind the multi-platinum selling band BLONDIE; the episode will air on Sky Arts in September 2018 in the UK. I have a number of feature film projects in development and am currently focused on co-productions between the UK and Canada through my company Flying Hat Films.

I’d love to hear from you – if you’d like to get in touch, please send me a message using the form below!

CV & Representation

Canadian Agent: Sean Kaufmann at Premier Artists. UK Agent: Michelle Sykes at Mondi Associates. Voiceover agent: Damn Good Voices. View my Casting Workbook resume by clicking the link above.

IMDB

View my past work and some of my forthcoming projects on IMDB by clicking here.  Alternatively you can view my resume by clicking here.

Equity

I am a full member of Equity, the UK trade union for professional performers and creative practitioners.

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