Michael Fenemore

Actor, Extra, TV Presenter, Radio Presenter

Victoria, Australia
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QBuster 1

7 years ago

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Physical Attributes

Height:
180 cm / 5ft 11in
Waist:
83 cm / 33 in
Weight:
69 kg / 151 lbs
Eye color:
Brown
Ethnicity:
Pacific Islander
Hair color:
Black
Chest:
93 cm / 37 in
Hair length:
Short
Skin color:
Tanned
Hair type:
Wavy

Credits & experience

2011
  • The Film Space : Advanced Course
  • Melbourne Actors Lab: Peter Kalos (April - May) : Study Meisner, Strasberg and Adler acting techniques in Melbourne
2010
  • NIDA : Summer Open Course
  • The Film Space : Film & TV
  • Private Coaching : Shakespeare, improvisation & script work
  • NIDA : 4 week summer open program: theatre, voice work, body movement, Scenework to camera

Acting

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles


Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • Italian
  • Latin American
  • Maori
  • Middle Eastern
  • Spanish

SHORT FILMS / FEATURES / WEB SERIES

2009 Faith & Loss - Dan (Lead) Directed by Richard Doyle for I.D.S. International Design
2009 The Toll of Lucy Peterson - Directed by Dan Leso for Leso Plan Productions
2009 Grim Day - Scott Jefferies (Lead) Directed by Dan Simmons for Road Map Films
2010 Subjects - Dr John (Lead) Directed by Johan Brostrom & Rick Chen
2010 Choke - Detective Baker (Supporting). Directed by Brad Smith
2010 Enter The Gamer - Kurtz (Support) Directed by Stewart Marshall
2010 A Bitter Sip of Life - Manu (Ensemble) Directed by Ivan Tinoco for Pacific Stream Films
2010 Trepidation - David (Lead) Directed by Josie Parrelli for Lady Scorpio Productions
2011 Made In China - Guy (lead) Directed by Corey Barnett (RMIT Short)
2011 Model Behaivour - Bud Elliot (lead) Directed by Nathan Hill (Independent Featrure - NH Productions)
2019 Iron City - Kurt Wolf (Directed by Stewart Marshall (Independent Featrure - This Is Indie Productions)

STAGE

2009
The Seagull - Konstantin Treplyov (Lead) - Baron Theatre Co. Directed by Scott Cumming

2010
Queen Lara - Carl Brady (Lead) - Defector Art Theatre Directed by Paul Otis and L'hibou Hornung
Selling Johnny Depp - Memos (Lead) Essendon Theatre Company. Directed by Tess Maurici-Ryan & Natasha Boyd
Racquet - Roger (Lead) Essendon Theatre Company. Directed by Natasha Boyd
You: Four short plays by Alex Broun - Strang (Lead) Seedbox Theatre. Collaborative Direction by Tania Knight, Claire Lillian & Nichola Jayne
Saturday Night Newtown, Sunday Morning Enmore - Mathew (Lead) Avid Theatre. Directed by Michael Sheay (Melbourne Fringe)
The Last Tim Tam - Marcus (Lead) Avid Theatre. Directed by Michael Sheay (Melbourne Fringe Festival)

2011
Closer - Larry (Lead) Avid Theatre. Directed by Jasper Bagg.
Cowboy Mouth - Slim (Lead) Avid Theatre. Directed by Peter Kalos
Rope - Robert Cadell (Lead) Essendon Theatre Company. Directed by Karen Parrot
God of Carnage - Michael Valon (Lead), Mt. Players Macendon. Directed by Natasha Boyd

2012
Facade - Guy Reynolds (Ensemble) Directed by Brad Lowery (Midsumma Festival)
Wuthering Heights - Heathcliff (Lead) - Mt. Players Directed by Frank Harvey

2013
Death and the Maiden - Geraldo Escobar (Lead) - Malvern Theatre Directed by Kris Weber

2017
Betrayal: Robert Downs (Lead) Directed by Bruce Cochrane - Avid Theatre
Proof#: Harold Dobbs (Lead) Directed by Shaw / McGibbon - Warrandyte T.C
Macbeth: Macbeth (Lead) Directed by Sharon Maine – Page 2 Stage / Gemco

LIVE PLAY READINGS
2010 Facade (as Guy) - Strathmore Theatre Group Directed by Brad Lowry
2010 The Two Noble Kinsman (as Theseus)- Early Modern Productions Directed by Jenny Lovell
2010 Table Manners - Essendon Theatre Company Directed by Tess Maurici-Ryan

TVC
2011: Quebuster - Steve. Harraburger Productions. Directed by David Rusanow
2016: Worksafe TVC
2017: Coles TVC

AWARDS
2010 Her Majesty's Theatre Ballarat One Act Play Festival - Actor with the Most Potential

REVIEWS
The play is an incredible challenge for any actor, and the production provided a great showcase for four emerging artists. The standout performance was from Michael Fenemore-Cocks, who willingly embraced the true nature of Larry. He managed to make the audience feel comfortably uncomfortable spanning the range of Larry’s emotions, from his light-hearted witty banter through to his violent aggression.

Reviewer: Catherine Brain
http://www.theatrepeople.com.au/reviews/closer

For a relatively inexperienced performer, Michael Fenemore-Cocks’ portrayal of Larry was exact, providing the comedic relief for the evening with his quirky arrogance. But it was his ability to develop a relationship with the audience through adopting true dimension and attention to detail, which left a lasting impression.

Reviewer: Rochelle Cogdon
http://lanewaymagazine.com.au/closer/

He is a wholesaler or perhaps retailer of white goods, possibly living a little out of his league. Michael Fenemore convincingly renders this un-likable man, capable of treating his daughter’s hamster with cruel disdain, as a younger husband.

Reviewer: Suzanne Sandow
http://www.stagewhispers.com.au/reviews/god-carnage-0

Extras

Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Presenting

Languages
  • English

Accents
  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • Italian
  • Latin American
  • Maori
  • Middle Eastern
  • Spanish

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