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Male Artists

Patrick Henkel

Patrick Henkel is a London based American actor who has been performing professionally since graduating from The University of the Arts in 2016 with a degree in Musical Theatre supplemented by training at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (BA Musical Theater). A versatile performer, Patrick’s theatrical experience includes jukebox musicals with actor musicianship, high energy… Read more »

Philip Hazelby

Originally from Sheffield, Philip now lives in Doncaster. Noteable stage credits include: Mike/cover to Ali Hakim in Oklahoma! (National Theatre/West End) Bob Barking/ cover to Bill Snibson in Me and My Girl (West End), and cover to Caractacus Potts in Chitty Bang Bang  (1st UK Tour). Also Frank Rowley in Up ‘n’ Under and Huddy… Read more »

Ian Hanmore

TV Credits include Father Anselm in Outlander and Master Thorne in Carnival Row, Pyat Pree in Game of Thrones. Lead roles in Barry Ackroyd’s BAFTA nominated short, The Butterfly Man and in Martin Morrison’s Scottish BAFTA winning short, What do Busy People do all Day? Other notable credits include Danforth in the NTS touring production… Read more »

Fraser Bryson

Fraser holds an HND in Acting from Performing Arts Studio Scotland. Since Graduating in 2018 he has appeared in the short film Hardest Hobbit to Break and has recently finished the acclaimed 2019 production of A War of Two Halves playing both Duncan Currie and Harry Wattie.

Kieran Cooper

Kieran is a Scottish actor, singer, dancer.  He has had the privilege of performing alongside some of theatres biggest stars including, Jonathan Reid Gealt, Taylor Louderman (Bring It On) and Anton Stephans (The X Factor UK). Kieran has worked for Celebrity Cruises for 3 years on their ships Millennium, Equinox and Eclipse. He is thrilled… Read more »

Rea Campbell-Hill

Actor, singer and dancer REA has been performing since the age of ten with youth groups, and performed professionally for the first time when he was 21 in Shake it down (Shakespeare in town festival, Savona, Italy) as Puck. He has pursued a career in acting, training at Belfast Metropolitan College and finally graduating London… Read more »

Chris Donald

Actor and Writer, Chris Donald was given his first opportunity in the business by Paddy Cuneen at the age of 18, in the highly acclaimed play ‘Fleeto’ about Glasgow knife crime. Since then, Chris went on graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland receiving the James Bridie Award for his year group and went on… Read more »

Lawrence Hodgson-Mullings

Lawrence is a northern native actor currently in his third year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Credits whilst training include Oberon in Midsummer Nights Dream. Lawrence is due to play the role of John in National Theatre of Scotland’s production of The Panopticon at The Traverse Theatre in October 2019. Lawrence has also trained… Read more »

Nigel Miles-Thomas

Actor, director and producer and almost professional cricketer came to acting after an inspirational visit from a TIE company to his school in Wembley. Since leaving the Arts Educational School in London (winning the Gold medal for Character acting) Nigel has performed and directed all over the world for the past 40 years playing everything… Read more »

Jake Douglas

Actor, singer and musician Jake has been performing since he was 14 with youth groups around Belfast before performing professionally for the first time at 17 with Tinderbox’s Convergence Ensemble. Since then, he has trained with Lyric Theatre’s Drama Studio and focussed on building his reputation within Ireland’s theatre industry. In November, he performed a… Read more »