Stage: Chris started performing at the age of 13 and at that early age even help set up and was a founder member of a youth group in Yorkshire.
In local theatre he has played numerous roles including just a few, Nicely Nicely Johnson (Guys & Dolls), King Herod (JC Superstar) Dave (The Full Monty) & appearing on numerous stages such as Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, Sheffield City Hall & The Sheffield Octagon.
Chris has also appeared on national stages including the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall and the Royal Albert Hall for Night of 1000 Voices alongside Oscar winners.
Film: Chris appeared in the 1994 BBC film ID alongside Warren Clarke and Reece Dinsdale.
TV: Chris has had numerous appearances on ITV’s Emmerdale, he was also in David Walliams Billionaire Boy and the BBC’s TV Drama Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke.
Chris is best described as a character actor with a strong tenor voice, he is passionate about the performing industry and hopes along with Nick to be able to help others especially younger people into the industry, as long as they have the same passion and drive as they have, it is a must!!
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Further qualifications were obtained during his time at Performing Arts School in Guildford, gaining valuable training in Musical Theatre. There he was awarded a Teaching diploma, ATCL (Associate, Trinity College, London). Nick has been teaching all aspects of the performing arts since the age of 18 and has taught at many Stagecoaches and other establishments across the country including most recently Sheffield Music Hub. In January 2016 Nick took over as Principal at Stagecoach Performing Arts School, Doncaster.
He has been privileged enough to see his students excel with excellent marks at LAMDA and Trinity. Along with them gaining roles in West End shows such as Les Miserables, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Matilda and Annie.
Nick’s performing experience has seen him travel the UK and Egypt in a Tribute band along with working in Turkey as an entertainer. He has had countless leading roles including Warner in “Legally Blonde” the Musical performed at The Lyceum, Sheffieldgaining fantastic reviews. Also “RENT” the Musical, “Rock Of Ages”, “Godspell”, “Disco Inferno” and “Little Women” to name a few. These have taken place in many UK theatres such as Her Majesty’s London, Lyceum and Crucible Theatres, Sheffield, Buxton Opera House, Epsom Playhouse, The Electric Theatre Guildford and The Leeds Grand.
Experiences in television include “Where The Heart Is” and “The Bad Mothers Handbook” for ITV, BBC’s “Waterloo Road”.
Nick is thrilled to be in a position to help other hopefuls fulfil their dreams of performing in the TV and Film industry or in the Theatre.