MIKE EVANS by Mike Shelford
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Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:13st. (83kg)
Playing Age:26 - 33 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Beard
Voice Character:Earthy
Voice Quality:Smokey


Currently rehearsing to play Ed Snow in The Greatest Snowman

2018, Stage, Dave, Journey to the Underworld, Funicular, Craig Wilkinson
2018, Voice Over, Voice, Indeed
2018, Film, Jacob, The Masterplan, DFW Productions, David Andrews
2018, Stage, Frank, The Murdér Express, Funicular, Craig Wilkinson
2018, Stage, Tommy Shelby, Feasty Blinders, Roxana Haines
2018, Film, Carl, Betrayed, JQS, Ewan Gorman
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Jonny, Cross Talk, Park Theatre, Maura Campbell
2017, Film, Alex, Hear No Evil, Archie Trueger
2017, Film, Kevin, Julip, Lisa Christen
2017, Short Film, Nick, Lottie, JP Garcia
2017, Film, James, Forgotten Memoirs, Lewis Robinson
2017, Film, Paul, Chummy, Nick Brown
2017, Film, David, The (Memory) Thief, Rehan Balaporia
2017, Stage, Toby, Passing By, The Albany, Chris Davis
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Bowser, Saab Story, Park Theatre, Alistair Cameron
2016, Stage, Bogeyman, Stalking The Bogeyman, David Adkin Ltd/New York Rep - Southwark Playhouse, Markus Potter
2016, Commercial, Brewer, KB Bank
2016, Film, Jeremy, The Child of Nantucks Lane, Quint-Essential Productions, Ian Breeds
2015, Stage, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Sister, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Asia Osborne
2015, Stage, Hannay (understudy & played), The 39 Steps, Fiery Angel, Maria Aitken/James Farrell
2014, Commercial, Mike, Macmillan Go Sober For October, Incredibull
2014, Site Specific, Brian, Bitten, Dublin, Mark Pollard
2014, Site Specific, Dan, Behind Closed Doors, Karen Kirkwood
2013, Stage, George, The Evacuee, Chelsea Theatre, Ian Breeds
2011, Viral, Mike, AntiClimax Shorts, Last Man Standing Productions, Marcus Hawk
2011, Stage, Andy, Married Sex, Wolpert Productions, Stuart Wolpert
2011, Film, Alex, Peace Week, Lilywoot Pictures, Mark Tehnsuko
2011, Film, Tom, Married Sex, Wolpert Productions, Stuart Wolpert
2011, Stage, Claudio, Measure for Measure, Bryony Hope
2010, Site Specific, Medvedenko, The Seagull, The Young Vic/Gameshow, Jo Tyabji
2010, Feature Film, Will, Millbrook, Big View Media, Tom Large & Joe Baker
2010, Stage, Jolyon, The End of Fun, New Diorama, Kamaal Hussain
2009, Stage, Marquis de Sade, Divine Marquis, Something Wicked, Ian Higham
2009, Stage, Soldier, Troilus & Cressida, Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Matthew Dunster
2009, Television, Gabrielle, End of Ages, ABC, Simon Marriott
2009, Stage, Daniel, Tell Me Lies, Sudden Productions, Birmingham Hippodrome, Jacqui Somerville
2009, Stage, Guide/English/Interpreter, England, Laura Casey
2008, Stage, Hammon and Askew, The Shoemakers Holiday, The Rose, Bankside
2008, Stage, Armand, Camille, Theatre Royal Haymarket, John Rolph
2008, Film, Sydney Dowse, Moonless Night, IFSW, Harry Hayes
2007, Television, Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, BBC, Nick Fogg
2007, Stage, Dick Wittington, Dick Wittington, Partytime Productions, Peter Benedict
2007, Stage, Solange, The Maids, Tour
2007, Feature Film, Harry, The Screen Writing Detective, Electric Vision Studios, Rob Golcher
2007, Stage, Neil, O Go My Man, Birmingham School of Acting, Natalie Wilson
2007, Stage, Slim, Of Mice and Men, Birmingham School of Acting, Dominic Colenso
2006, Stage, Ariste, The Clever Women, Birmingham School of Acting, Jacqui Sommerville
2006, Radio, Byron, Death and The Tango, Birmingham School of Acting, Shaun McCloughlin
2006, Stage, Nightingale/Sheldon Vine, Daughters of the Revolution, Birmingham School of Acting, David Vann
2006, Stage, Banquo, Macbeth, Birmingham School of Acting, Nick Fogg
2005, Stage, Cleomones, The Winter's Tale, Birmingham School of Acting, Chris Garner
2004, Film, Neil, Who'd Live In Our Village?, Rural Media Company, Mike Jackson


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Dublin, East European, Essex, Estuary English*, Glasgow, Heightened RP, Irish-Northern, Liverpool, London, Manchester, RP, South African, Welsh-Standard*, West Country, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Performance:Corporate Roleplay, Forum Theatre, Immersive Performance, Interactive Performance, Live Roleplay, Master of Ceremonies, Presenting
(* = highly skilled)
Climbing, Horse-riding*, Rugby, Running, Scuba Diving, Skiing, Stage Combat*, Swimming, Weight Training
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:DBS (CRB) clearance, Juggling, Workshop Leader (Acting)