actor author voice artist
voice of the smash hit
"Brad is a highly talented and professional actor and voice artist who would be a tremendous asset to any production"
Patrick cormack, moonrise studios
Some words about me
ACTING. IT'S A FUNNY OLD GAME, ISN'T IT?
A passionate actor as a child, acting and I parted ways for a long time, before randomly bumping into each other at a party many years later and having a mutual 'Oh! I remember you!' moment. So I went to drama school. It went well (thankfully, otherwise the rest of this paragraph would be really disappointing). So well, in fact, that I graduated with top honours, and since then I have been fortunate enough to appear on stage in award-winning West End theatre (The Last Lunch, dir. Jonathan Brown), on national television and in a number of feature and short films, some of which have appeared at the likes of Cannes and the London Independent Film Festivals. Both audiences and acting professionals like my work (at least that's what they tell me) and I must be somewhat professional and easy to work with as people keep hiring me. Most recently I returned to the stage for the first time in many years as in the title role of Hamlet.
I hope you find my little corner of the internet useful/pleasing/informative. Reels are below if you would like to see/hear me in action.
For my full resume, please see my Spotlight page.
tv - Tales from the the old bailey (bbc), iplayer trails (bbc)
film - darkest day, serial kaller, bloom
stage - hamlet, the last lunch, tHE CHERRY ORCHARD
voice - PETE'S PUB QUIZ (ALEXA), AUDIBLE. THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE
Height 172 cm / 5ft 8in Waist 81 cm / 32in Weight 70kg / 154 lbs
Shoe 8.0 UK / 9.0 US Ethnicity White / Caucasian Hair Black Eyes Blue
I'm currently writing my first novel, Life is Paine. This is the first of a planned series of books set in the dystopian realm of Blank City. The first book features Erasmus Paine and his erstwhile companion Fatty Clump, in a murder-mystery, noir , steampunk fantasy, black comedy thriller like no other. Mainly because there aren't any. Follow @blankcitystories on Twitter for (infrequent) updates.
A Blank City Bulletin
If you'd like to get in touch,
I would be delighted to hear from you.
acting representation by THE wintersmith agency
you can also contact me directly via social media or by using the form just over there. go on, give me a nudge.