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Hello there! :-) I'm a British actor, screenwriter and director with 13 years experience (including Peaky Blinders, Doctor Who, The War of the Worlds, Zack Snyder's Justice League) and I'd love to be your reader and help make your audition the best it can be.
I was mentored by Sir Patrick Stewart and trained at Drama Studio London. I'd would love to be your reader and help make your audition the best it can be.
Not only do I bring my expertise in booking roles for prime time shows and movies, but I also have the perspective of a director and screenwriter after making the forthcoming film Screwjob with Shot of Tea Productions, and The Pay Day that features BAFTA winning actor Simon Callow.
I'll bring you a solid performance as a reader. I can of course give direction on top if you need it. I'm a big believer in bringing out your own natural and unique presence to every tape.
Sam is an award winning actor and screenwriter from the land of the Beatles who stars in crime caper The Pay Day (2022) alongside Simon Callow. He's known for The War of the Worlds (2019) opposite Eleanor Tomlinson, and for guest turns in Doctor Who (2005) & Peaky Blinders (2013).
He has just directed his debut film Screwjob starring Eloise Lovell Anderson that follows a female pro wrestler who hits a deadly crossroad in her life and career.
Sam's character in Netflix Lionsgate action movie I Am Vengeance: Retaliation (2020) received great notices, including a Variety review that calls for a spin-off movie following Sam's maverick minded black ops recruit 'Shapiro'. Sam is also the the leading man in BBC's Binge Watching (2019) playing ruthless lawman 'Constable Smith'.
A recipient of New York and LA Film Awards, Sam also wrote and starred in The Few (2016) & Double Cross (2015) and has just completed his directorial debut with the pro wrestling drama short Screwjob.
Sam starred as 'Young Jack' in BAFTA winning BBC series Old Jack's Boat (2013) alongside Freema Agyeman, and also starred in Little Crackers (2010) playing the brother of John Bishop.
Born in Birkenhead, England, his sophomore screenwriting venture Double Cross (2015) also starring Kyla Frye (Edge of Tomorrow (2014)) made Official Selections at the British Urban Film Festival, Melanin Box Festival and SOUL Connect BFI Festival. In this critically acclaimed movie, Sam played the suave and cocky con artist 'George'. He won the 'Best Script Award' at the BBC sponsored British Urban Film Festival Awards 2016 for his original TV drama script Liverpool 81.
An increasingly familiar face on prime-time TV, Sam also guest starred as the jaded and disillusioned soldier 'Private Reynolds' in hit BBC World War I drama The Crimson Field (2014). Facing certain death, we saw the courageous Reynolds march back into the trenches after a near fatal injury, resolute in his commitment to his country, and his seasoned army mentor, played by Lee Ingleby.
Sam's first movie role was alongside Heroes (2006) star Jimmy Jean-Louis in the film Precipice (2010), which he landed the week he graduated from Drama Studio London, the prestigious acting school whose alumni include Academy Award Winner Forest Whitaker and Academy Award Nominee Emily Watson
Before training as an actor, Sam became the first of his family to go to University. During received a BA Hons in History and Theatre from Reading University, where he was spotted by the National Student Drama Festival team and hand picked to join their Ensemble of 2005. Here he was taught Shakespeare and theatre ensemble skills under the tutelage of Sir Patrick Stewart and John Britton.