JAMES THACKERAY by Michael Carlo
Photo: Michael Carlo
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Jonathan McHardy
31 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8DH
Phone: 020 3490 1050
Mobile: 07786 070543
E-mail: london@keddiescott.com
WWW: www.keddiescott.com
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
York, England, United Kingdom
Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height:5'11" (180cm)
Playing Age:16 - 28 years
Appearance:Scandinavian, White
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Mid Length


James can be seen in Doctor Who "The Woman Who Fell to Earth" starring Jodie Whittaker and written by Chris Chibnall. Upcoming: Trainspotting: Live in Edinburgh followed by "Midlife Cowboy". at 'The Pleasance' with comedian Tony Hawks & Debra Stevenson

Television Stage Further Credits
2018, Television, Andy, DOCTOR WHO (SEASON 11), BBC, Jamie Childs
2012, Television, Performer, Children In Need, BBC, Andrew Panton
2019, Stage, Dan, Midlife Cowboy, The Pleasance Theatre, Tony Hawks
2019, Stage, Male Understudy, Trainspotting: Live, Seabright Productions Ltd, Kings Head Theatre., Adam Spreadbury-Mayer
2019, Stage, The Pirate King, Pirates of Penzance (All Male), Regan DeWynter Williams Ltd (Wilton's Music Hall), Sasha Regan
2018, Stage, Jitter, The Musical of Musicals, Above The Stag, Rob McWhir
2018, Stage, Chief Weasel/Musician, The Wind in The Willows, Sixteen Feet Productions, John Ward
2017, Stage, Prince John, Blondel, The Union Theatre/Sir Tim Rice, Sasha Regan
2016, Stage, Mark, A Haunting, King's Head Theatre, Jennifer Davis
2016, Stage, Boy, Compliance, Theatre 503/Rebecca Brewer, Sadie Spencer
2016, Stage, Edmund Pevensie, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Tessa Walker
Further Credits
2018, Workshop, Felix, Czech Yourself, Tania Azevado
2018, Web Series, Runner, Dreaming Whilst Black, 4 Quarter Films, Laura Seixas
2017, Workshop, Puppeteer (Triceratops), R&D Dinosaur World, BOS
2016, Workshop, Bob Graham, A Matter Of Life and Death, ATG/Citizens Theatre, Dominic Hill
2016, Workshop, Samuel Heckler, The Lovely Bones adapted by Bryony Lavery, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Tessa Walker
2016, Workshop, Richard Cadbury, Thine Empire is So Sweet, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Tessa Walker
2015, Musical, Action, West Side Story, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Andrew Panton
2015, Workshop, Bob Graham, A Matter Of Life and Death, ATG/Citizens Theatre, Dominic Hill
2014, Musical, Mr. Pressman/Ensemble, Our House, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Joe Douglas
2014, Short Film, Jack, Us/Alone, Bass Rock Films, Kieran Hennigan
2013, Concert, Vocalist, Susan Boyle's Scottish Tour, Andrew Panton
2013, Workshop, Mr. Murdoch, Brigadoon, National Theatre of Scotland, Laurie Sansom/Andrew Panton


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Belfast, Birmingham, Cockney, Dublin, Geordie, Glasgow, Liverpool, RP, Welsh-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, Swedish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Banjo, Baritone-High*, Clarinet, Drums, Guitar*, Jazz Dancing, Opera*, Piano
Performance:Actor-Musician, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Basketball*, Cricket*, Football*, Horse-riding, Ice Hockey*, Ice Skating*, Rugby*, Running*, Skiing*, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Comedy Songwriting, Filmmaker, Improvisation, Photography, Puppetry
Vocal Range:C1 to A♭4


Royal Conservatoire of Scotland