JEFFERSON BOND

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SPOTLIGHT
7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7RJ
Phone: 020-7437 7631
Fax: 020-7437 5881
E-mail: enquiries@spotlight.com
WWW: www.spotlight.com
Location:Manchester, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:11st. 8lb. (73kg)
Playing Age:16 - 25 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Scandinavian, White
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Strong

Credits:

Will be starring as Leartes at Kronbourg Castle in 'Hamlet Live' production of 'Hamlet' from June til August 2017. He has just finished performing in the biggest comedy show in Denmark to over 50,000 people in Copenhagen with London Toast Theatre to critical acclaim: http://www.londontoast.dk/reviews.html

Stage Comedy Rehearsed Reading Film Site Specific Improvisation Dance
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Stage
2016, Stage, Benedick, Much Ado About Nothing, Madcaps Theatre, Emma Leigh
2016, Stage, Max, Dial M for Murder, Blue Orange Theatre, Ian Craddock
2016, Stage, Big Bad Wolf, What Ever Happened to the Big Bad Wolf?, BellBeyond Theatre Company, Simon Bellars
2016, Stage, Baron Cornellius/Fearless Flint/Saint Michaels, The Golden Gem, BellBeyond Theatre Company, Simon Bellars
2016, Stage, Vladimir, Magic in the Attic, BellBeyond Theatre Company, Simon Bellars
2016, Stage, Pinocchio/Mr Geppetto, The Adventures of Pinocchio, BellBeyond Theatre Company, Simon Bellars
2015, Stage, Snooty Buttoo, Haroun and the Sea of Stories, East 15 Physical Theatre 2012 - 2015, John Walton
2015, Stage, Vince, Go Solo, PunchLyne Theatre Company, Simon Hunt
2014, Stage, Dionysus/Hades/Ensemble, The Passage, East 15 Physical Theatre 2012-2015, Ailin Conant
2014, Stage, Assistant Manager/Bailiff/Ensemble, The Trial, East 15 Physical Theatre 2012 - 2015, Simon Hunt
2013, Stage, Brian, Road - Larval Mask, East 15 Physical Theatre 2012 - 2015, Andre Pink
Comedy
2017, Comedy, Robin Hood/Prince John/Gordon Ramsay, Shakin Up Sherwood - Crazy Christmas Cabaret, London Toast Theatre, Vivienne McKee
Rehearsed Reading
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Dr Gall, Rossums Universal Robots, House of International Theatre, Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen
Film
2015, Feature Film, Head of Acting, Hamlin, British Youth Film Academy, Rachel Brogan
2014, Feature Film, Workshop and Acting Mentor, All the Ordinary Angels, British Youth Film Academy, Simon Lovell
2012, Feature Film, Mill Boy, The Rochdale Pioneers, British Youth Film Academy, Adam Montegrande
2011, Feature Film, Montjoy, Henry V, British Youth Film Academy, Christopher Walker
Site Specific
2016, Site Specific, Petruchio/Various Characters, Tewkesbury Shakespeare Variety Festival, Madcaps Theatre, Emma Leigh
Improvisation
2013, Improvisation, Brigella, The Toothpuller - Commedia Dell'Arte, East 15 Physical Theatre 2012 - 2015, Andre Pink
Dance
2014, Dance, Dancer, Endears Me and Yet Remains (Jermimah Stehli Exibition), East 15 Physical Theatre 2012-2015, Steffany George

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, East European, English-Standard, Essex, German, Heightened RP, Irish-Northern, Liverpool*, Northern*, RP
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
Danish, English*, Swedish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballroom Dancing, Baritone, Contact Improvisation, Foxtrot
Performance:Acrobalance, Children's Theatre, Clown, Comedy, Comedy Improv, Commedia Dell'Arte, Laban Training, Mask, Physical Theatre, Rope Work, Silks, Story Telling, Street Theatre
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Archery, Basketball, Jiu Jitsu, Martial Arts, Stage Combat, Swimming, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Acrobatics, Aerial Work, Biomechanics, Circus Aerial Work, Devising, Director, Improvisation, Juggling, Mime, Poker, Puppetry, Puppetry-Bunraku, Puppetry-Rod, Trapeze, Workshop Leader, Workshop Leader (Acting), Writer

Training:

East 15 Acting School, Acting and Physical Theatre, 3 years, 2012-2015

Directors Approach to Actors - Raindance Film Festival Whorkshop

Acting for TV & Film - Jonathan Firth

An Approach to Shakespeare Through Movement - Struan Leslie - RSC