So, where do I start? I began my work as an actor after studying at St Andrews University and the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.

Leading roles in regional theatre and the West End were followed by a period with the Royal Shakespeare Company, where I did a lot of vocal work with the influential Cicely Berry and RSC Head of Voice Andrew Wade.

While there, I was asked by them to voice an award-winning series of excerpts from plays and poetry - Lifespan, for the BBC World Service - some of which feature in my dramatic bits.

Since then, along with further stage work, I’ve appeared in various film & TV productions, including The Wedding Date, The Royal, Midsomer Murders, Rosemary & Thyme and as the title role in Young John Paul II for BBC1. More recent projects include the BBC's The Secret of Crickley Hall and lead roles in the British feature film Fossil and Stephen Daldry's production of An Inspector Calls. These were followed by the leading roles of Robert Frobisher-Smythe in the award winning, BAFTA nominated US TV series House of Anubis and Ian in The Hoarder, opposite Mischa Barton and Robert Knepper, released in 2016. Most recent projects include two seasons of Netflix series The Crown opposite John Lithgow, Jeremy Northam and Anton Lesser, Fox 21's Genius, Joel Hopkins' Hampstead and James Gray's The Lost City of Z, alongside Robert Pattinson, Charlie Hunnam and Sienna Miller. 

Up until 2009, I worked on a number of one-off projects as a voice artist: for corporate videos and awards ceremonies, museum guides and television documentaries. Some of the people involved agreed to let me know what they think of my work - in your thoughts.

Having decided to explore the voiceover industry further, I was taken up by Red 24 Voices and, subsequently, Steph Thompson at the London Voice Boutique. More recently, I was also offered US representation with DPN Talent in Beverly Hills. During this time my experience has extended to TV documentaries, audio books, ELT work, computer games narration as well as numerous TV, radio and internet commercials. And in 2011 I was accepted onto the reading panel for the RNIB Talking Books Service. See my sounds.

That's about it. I hope we'll have the chance to work together in the future. And thanks for taking the time to drop by my site.

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