I graduated from Rose Bruford in 1999 and career highlights have included the No. 1 tours of Brief Encounter (which won a Manchester Evening News award), Dial M For Murder and The Holly & The Ivy (Starring Tony Britton). Other theatre credits include tours of Shakespeare plays all over the UK and Europe. On screen I appeared in Sky One's controversial Million Pound Hoax. I am a veteran of 12 pantomimes, most recently in Dick Whittington at the Cresset Theatre, Peterborough as one half of the comedy double act with Eastenders' Ricky Groves and the year before in a theatre record breaking run of Jack & The Beanstalk opposite Britt Ekland, Steve Arnold and Lynne McGranger. This year, I appeared as Inspector Bull in Blossom Alley: "...Peter McCrohon as the cynical Bull and his colleague Hale, played by Tim Lowe provided a welcome comedic turn, playing off each other as well as the deceased's neighbour, Mary Riley. All three worked well together and I felt somewhat disappointed we didn't see more of them"(Remotegoat **** stars). Corporate roleplay has been a constant over the last seven years for Roleplay UK where I am a frequent team leader; this year has included work for BBC Radio, Hyde Housing, and a major, extensive contract for LV insurance.Corporate video work has included a trip to Denmark for Danske Bank and the Law Courts for the Live Group. As writer, director and actor I have been responsible for 4 halloween tours of Victorian classic supernatural adaptations which have garnered 4 and 5 star reviews from UK wide press (this year will be The Bottle Imp/The Dream Woman). I will also shortly be directing and appearing in my own play, Murdering The Monk at the historic Square Tower in Old Portsmouth.