Spotlight: DYLAN FRANKLAND

DYLAN FRANKLAND

DYLAN FRANKLAND by Brandon Bishop
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Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Weight:9st. 7lb. (60kg)
Playing Age:16 - 25 years
Appearance:White
Nationality:British
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Short
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Engaging
  

About me:

Dylan is next performing in THE HOUSE NEVER WINS - a digital interactive online theatre piece by Kill The Cat Theatre, taking place in July.

OUTLINES, for which Dylan voiced Oliver, went on to win Best International Short Film at The Irish Animation Awards 2015. His theatre company Kill The Cat, were Theatre Deli's Resident Artists for 2019.

Stage Musical Radio Short Film Animation Site Specific Further Credits
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Stage
2019, Stage, Demetrius/Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Get Out Of My Space, Sally Wood
2019, Stage, Dylan, A Pint Sized Conversation 2nd UK Tour, Devised
2019, Stage, Self, The House Never Wins, Kill The Cat, Madeleine Allardice
2018, Stage, Dylan, A Pint Sized Conversation Tour, Devised
2018, Stage, Rustic, Love's Victory, Urania Theatre Company, Martin Hodgson
2018, Stage, Simon, Simon The Octopus, Old Red Lion Theatre, Alice Chalk
2017, Stage, Dylan, A Pint Sized Conversation, Devised
2017, Stage, Dominic, Amy's View, John Musgrave
2017, Stage, Poseidon, Plop!, Mooney Stories and Wassail Theatre, Ged Stephenson
2017, Stage, Tom, The Beginner's Guide To Navigation, Kill The Cat (Tour incl. Theatre Royal Plymouth), Devised
2017, Stage, Man, This Is What Men Do, Nigel and Louise, Nigel Barrett, Louise Mari
2016, Stage, Jim, The Angry Brigade, EUTCo, Maya de Freitas, Niamh Smith
2016, Stage, Politician (Lead), Vote Me, Blacksite Theatre, Devised
2016, Stage, Tom, When We're Okay, Theatre With Teeth, Maya de Freitas
2015, Stage, Tom/ Tim, Earthquakes in London, EUTCo, Madeleine Allardice
2015, Stage, Brutus, Julius Caesar, Exeter University Shakespeare Society, Henry Edwards
2015, Stage, Charlie, Pomona, Beth Clarence
2015, Stage, Various Roles, The Spandex B*stards: Below The Belt, Illogical Theatre, Devised
2014, Stage, Various Roles, Enron, EUTCo, Alice Chalk
2014, Stage, Lucas, Godcat, T3 Festival, Eoin McAndrew
2014, Stage, Polydorus, Hecuba, EUTCo, Liam Johnston
2014, Stage, Self, Somewhere in Palestine, Emma Frankland, Devised
2014, Stage, The Juggler, The Dahlinger Brothers Present: The Greatest Show on Earth, T3 Festival, Michael Smith, Joel Smith
2013, Stage, Constable, Accidental Death of An Anarchist, Amy Collins
2013, Stage, Stephen Belber/Matt Galloway, The Laramie Project, Lauren Goldsack
Musical
2015, Musical, Benny, Rent, Shotgun Theatre/Exeter Phoenix, Caroline Lang
Radio
2016, Radio, Jim Owen, Union Road, Xpression FM, James Alston
2015, Radio, Toby, The Graveyard Shift, Xpression FM, James Alston
2015, Radio, Jim Owen, Union Road, Xpression FM, James Alston
Short Film
2018, Short Film, Casey McIntyre, (In)visible, Ryan Smith
2018, Short Film, Charlie, Good Luck Charm, Central Film School, Ghofran Gouda
2018, Short Film, Kevin, Plan S, Yuanjin Zhu
2018, Short Film, Russell, Russell, Mad Panda, Ned Botwood Smith
2018, Short Film, Jordan, The Masterpiece, London Film Academy, Anna-Elizabeth Shakespeare
2013, Short Film, Postboy, The Apple Tree, Apple Tree Productions, Charles Savage
Animation
2014, Animation, Oliver, Outlines, Daisy Gould
Site Specific
2017, Site Specific, WW1 Soldier, YMCA Sleep Easy Heritage Project, PaddleBoat Theatre, Exeter Castle
Further Credits
2019, Workshop, The Man, GIVE ME ONE GOOD HONEST KISS, Kill The Cat/Theatre Deli/Hall For Cornwall, Devised
2017, Workshop, Rafe, Galatea, Larking Arts/Before Shakespeare, Emma Frankland
2016, Street Theatre, Caden, High Tidings, Battersea Arts Centre, Emma Frankland
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Tiberio, Parasitaster (or The Fawn), Shakespeare's Globe, Emma Frankland
2014, Street Theatre, Smuggler, The Big Art and Storytelling Tall Ships Project, Shop For Theatre, John Frankland

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, English-Standard*, Lancashire, RP
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
High Baritone
Performance:Children's Theatre, Comedy, Outdoor Performances, Radio Drama, Sight-Reading (non-musical), Voice Acting, Writer/Director - Comedy Fringe
Other Skills:Devising, Improvisation, Juggling, Unicycling

Training:

University of Exeter, BA Drama, 3 years, 2014-2016

National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, 2016

'Playing The Fool' Course, Peet Cooper 2020