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From a very early age, I dedicated myself to pursuing a career in the performing arts. In 2022, I starred in the short film I Know Something Happened – directed, produced and written by Cutting It and Emmerdale star Sian Reeves – which won the Special Jury Award in Direction at the first season of the Casablanca Film Factory Awards later that year. 2023 saw me making my television debut, playing the younger incarnation of Mark Williams’ titular role in BBC's crime drama Father Brown. I have recently completed filming for BBC's Doctors and will also be appearing as the Floor Manager in the second series of BritBox's Sister Boniface Mysteries.


Other work last year included a TV commercial for Butlins' Adult Weekenders, and a limited run as Buttons in Staffordshire's Rugeley Rose Theatre's production of Cinderella.  


As a presenter, I produced and co-presented my self-penned radio show The Jeff Parlett and Benny Bright Show on Blast Radio, broadcasting from the legendary Ealing Studios from 2012 to 2015. Between 2020 and 2021, I was a Presenter and Music Researcher for the music-based game shows Rock and Roll Bingo, Bingo Beats and Bonkers Bingo with entertainment providers Live Business, and Scarlett Entertainment, for the UK’s largest chain of bingo clubs Mecca Bingo. 


So... where did it all begin? In 1999, I joined my local Stagecoach Theatre Arts School and played a diverse range of roles in productions from Bugsy Malone to devised plays. This sparked my fascination in becoming an avid improviser, which led me into facilitating my own improvisation group during my professional training. 

I moved to Guildford in 2012 to develop my craft further at the Performance Preparation Academy, before continuing to study Musical Theatre at the London College of Music where I achieved a BA (Hons) in 2015. 

I am currently at Staffordshire University, having won a place on the world’s first year-long MA in Contemporary Pantomime Practice. 


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