Advice From Actors
Advice From Actors
Below are some interviews from well-established actors, giving you some helpful tips and insights into their life as an actor.
Milly is an actress from South-East London, known for her role as Dotty Cotton in BBC’s Eastenders. Her first acting role was ‘Hannah’ in CBBC’s ‘All At Sea’, which she started filming at the young age of thirteen. She graduated from The BRIT School in 2017.
David trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama after reading Drama and History at Brunel University. David made his debut on the West End in ‘The Bodyguard’ and has performed in ‘Mama Mia’ and ‘Beautiful The Carol King Musical’. In between theatre contracts David has appeared in over 10 short films, with many being entered in to film festivals. Most recently he played the ‘Prince’ in ‘Snow White’ at the Alhambra Theatre.
Emmanuel trained in Musical Theatre at Arts Educational Schools London. Upon graduating he has performed in many productions on and off the West End, most recently performing in Oklahoma at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Twice he has received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Ben trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and is known for playing Dave in Fresh Meat and Bobby Tucker in Meet the Tuckers.
Bree trained in musical theatre at Arts Educational School. She has performed in The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre and has performed in theatres up and down the country. A seasoned performer and a true triple threat.
Laura is an actor and movement coach based in Cardiff. She is a graduate of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the Rhyality School of Dance. Laura assistant directed ‘Girls’ with The PappyShow and has worked with a number of theatres including The National Theatre where she was the dance captain for ‘Pericles’. Most recently she played Hannah Finley in ‘The Jury’ at Upstairs at the Gatehouse. Laura has also been the movement director/ assistant director at St Mary’s University, ICAT and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.