Hello! I'm George, a professional actor and musician from a small, little Yorkshire town called Penistone. Here's a whistle-stop tour of what I do for a living:
In 2018, I graduated from Guildford School of Acting with a BA (Hons) Degree in Acting, training in both stage and screen. I played 'Scott' in Steal Suffering which fortunately had its London premiere just before COVID hit, back in February 2020. I have also been fortunate enough to have performed at The Globe and toured twice with the Young Shakespeare Company in 'Macbeth' (2018) and
'Romeo & Juliet' (2019).
I became a professional musician with my first gig in Wakefield at the age of 15 and since then, I have been privileged enough to go on to play in bars and restaurants in some of the greatest places on Earth, such as New York, Paris and Yorkshire.
I'm lucky enough to be represented by two incredible agents:
For acting, please contact the all-round-nicest-agent-around
For voice-over work, please contact the truly-awesome-Queen-of-voice
Contact details at the bottom of my website...
During the third UK lockdown, I spent weeks turning a little 'Harry Potter bedroom' into a professional recording studio, which is now the base where I do all my voiceover/music work. I'm super proud to be represented by the wonderful Emily Dean of Voicefox.
'The Studio Under The Stairs' is equipped with:
Microphones: Shure SM7B and Rode NT2-A
Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro Studio Headphones
Interface: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
DAW: Logic Pro
I'm delighted to be partnering with an events company to offer
'Gin Tasting and The Live Jukebox' for corporate/business. If you'd like to enquire about this event for your company, please get in contact:
The 99 Second Playlist is a project that I created directly in response to the COVID-pandemic. When live music and theatre was banned, I immediately wanted to create something that would provide work for musicians/artists. Therefore, two days after the Prime Minister announced theatres and live music venues had to close, I started trialling Season 1 of 'The 99 Second Playlist.’
One video every week. The catch? Every single video must be EXACTLY 99 seconds.
Not only is this quite a challenge for musicians, but in a world where people flick through social media feeds so quickly, you’ve got a very limited amount of time to capture someone’s attention. The goal is to create projects that musicians and audiences can enjoy in equal measure.