Will joined the company in 2013 as part of our Chekhov production To Moscow With Love and we haven’t let go of him since.
An extremely talented actor with a voice to die for, Will is a core member of our actors’ ensemble and has been our male lead in many productions. Will’s passion, generosity and commitment to the roles he plays, makes him a delight to watch and share the stage with.
Will conquered our hearts with his unique sense of humor, caring attitude and raw talent and we are as proud to have him as a friend as we are to have such a crafted actor as part of our company.
We have conducted a mini ‘interview’ with Will which we hope will give you an insight into why he’s one of our favourite people.
Images by Luca Migliore
I’m an actor from London. I’ve just finished shooting a sci-fi short film at 3 Mills Studios and on location at an old paper mill, both were transformed into a dystopic future world, it was pretty cool! Last summer I got to play Professor Bernhardi at the wonderful Barnfield Theatre in Exeter, my fourth time in the role which first appeared on stage at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club back in 2015. An [FA] member since 2013, my first show with the company was the Chekhov inspired ‘To Moscow With Love’… za zhenshen!
How many languages do you speak?
Two. English and French
What’s your favorite place in the world?
On stage, on set, the cinema, the theatre, Byrons, a sunny beach, or in bed with a beautiful woman. I know that’s seven places but as a Libra decision making is not my strong point.
Please tell us a random fact about yourself?
I once won a Pétanque competition on the Ile de Ré. I was 15 and spending part of my summer holiday with a French family in a campsite on the island. Let’s just say the locals didn’t expect me to win!
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
I respond badly to people who give me advice, I prefer to work things out for myself. Although I do the read the manual.
If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?
If I could change one thing it would be to put a few extra hours in the day.