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from London, United Kingdom
Actor, playing age range from 40 to 55
Jerry is trained in interpersonal skills, control and restraint techniques, hostage negotiating, firefighting, driving, and was employed by the Home Office for 14 years, and before that was a retained Firefighter with the Kent Fire Brigade for six years. He has completed drama workshops with the actor Brian Croucher. Jerry has worked with many professional production companies including the BBC and ITV. Jerry is punctual, professional, and has a good sense of humour, and works well as a team player.
In 2007, I recieved an acting award from the Kent Drama Association for my portrayal of Guardsman Bowe in David Haigs 'My Boy Jack'.
I have been hired by Bentley Productions’ 'Midsomer murders', once as a French revolutionary, and as a British soldier in another.
Appeared in a short film in 2008 for Sentinel entertainment entitled ‘Corpse’, with Phil Jackson.
Throughout 2009 /10, I have performed lead roles in the following stage productions: Curtain Call, Spy Game, Curtain Up On Murder, and a new play, Arthur’s On The Line.
Also 2009 cast in the short film 'Wayfaring Stranger' as 'Eric', written by Billy Mackinnon and Rick West, with Jack O’Connell, Chris Fulford, and Brian Croucher.
2009 also saw me in another short film, ‘Rank’ by Nick Wilkinson, where I played the character ‘Barton.’ I have IMDB credits for both these films.
Christmas 2009, I played Fagin in the musical 'Oliver!' at the Margate Winter Gardens
February - 2011 London Film Academy 2011 titled Broomstick Waltz
February - 2011London College of Communication, entitled 'Avacados'
March - 2011Another short, in which I played the lead, 'Return To Sender', for JK Media. (Please see link below).
March - Lethal Bizzle's new music video 'Mind Spinning' as a Detective Inspector, for Mushroom TV.
April - 2011, played 'Man at table', a speaking part in Luma Productions pilot sitcom, 'Rules Of Life'. If commissioned, this character will be regular.
April - 2011played 'Head Builder' in a short called 'Robin', for Pulse Films
May - 2011 for Creative Minds Pictures, 'A Difference Of 50p' short film, in which I played 'Charlie', a cabbie with a love interest.
June 2011 Strike The Iron Productions ' I Am Cursed' film playing newspaper editor 'James Mathews'.
June - 2011 For the BBC 'Epic Win' - where I played the part of a very vocal Boxing Trainer.
June - 2011 Album photoshoot for Island Records artist Alex Winston for forthcoming album 'King Con'
July - 2011, Photoshoot for Photographer Peter Muller, as part of his portfolio.
July-August - 2011 Played 'Bertrand The Cop' in artist Laure Provoust's Film 'The Wanderer'.
August - 2011 Hospital patient in feature film 'Welcome To The Punch' with James McAvoy
August - 2011 BBC For new sitcom 'Fame Simulator' (working title).
October 2011/Jan 2012 - Playing 'Craig' in Insolitus Eventus Sci-Fi feature film (in Post production)
December 2011 - 'The Sweeny' Webisode Advert for Ford, playing 'Keith'
Decmeber 2011 - 'Site Manager' (lead) in corporate 'Make Your Sympathy Count' for Feering Productions
February 2012 - Bruce the Security Guard in Corporate 'Fach Trottel' for Atticmedia
March - 2012 - Gangster in Let's Dance for Sport Relief (Tyger and Dani) BBC1
April 2012 - Bartender in 'The Shipment' (short) for Cartouche Productions
July - 2012 - Birthday Man in Churchill Home Insurance ad (stills for newspapers/mags/billboards)
October - 2012 - Detective Brookes in 'Skin Traffik' Feature film by A&P Productions (in production)
Dec 2012 Cabbie in Unibet Advert 'Black Cab, for Asylum Films for Tv
March 2013 - Workman in commercial for British Heart Foundation
Accents African, Australian, Brummie, Cockney, East Anglian, German, Lancashire, Northern Irish, Scottish, Scouse, South African, Southern Irish, United States, Welsh, West Country, Yorkshire, and can normally pick up most other accents.