Spotlight: JACK WHITAM


JACK WHITAM by Kim Hardy
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16 British Grove, London W4 2NL
Phone: 020 8741 2843
First Floor, 85 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LT
Phone: 020-7434 0002
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'11" (180cm)
Weight:12st. 1lb. (77kg)
Playing Age:33 - 40 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Beard

Currently appearing:

Jack is currently rehearsing Macbeth for GSC -

Stage Film Television Internet Rehearsed Reading Radio Further Credits
2020, Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Charlotte Conquest
2019, Stage, Marley, A Christmas Carol, Hartshorn Hook, Tom Bellarby
2019, Stage, Macduff, Macbeth, The Factory @ Theatre Clwyd, Alex Hassell
2019, Stage, Duke and Mariana, Measure For Measure, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Charlotte Conquest
2018, Stage, Banquo/Siward, Macbeth, The Factory, Alex Hassell
2018, Stage, Marley, A Christmas Carol, Guild of Misrule - Theatre Deli, Tom Bellarby
2018, Stage, Mercutio/Lord Montague, Romeo and Juliet, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Charlotte Conquest
2017, Stage, Proteus, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Charlotte Conquest
2017, Stage, Demetrius/Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Lotte Wakeham
2017, Stage, Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, AFTLS - American Tour, Richard Neale/Michael Palmer
2016, Stage, (2015 & 2016), Jacob Marley, A Christmas Carol, Arts Theatre, Tom Bellarby
2015, Stage, Claudio/Borachio/Antonio/Margaret, Much Ado About Nothing, Actors From The London Stage, US Tour, Christopher Staines
2013, Stage, Cassio/Brabantio, Othello, Actors From The London Stage, US Tour, Christopher Staines
2013, Stage, Chief Weasel, The Wind in The Willows, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Ian Brown
2012, Stage, Sallust, Emperor & Galilean, National Theatre, Jonathan Kent
2012, Stage, Company, The Light Princess, National Theatre Studio, Marianne Elliott
2012, Stage, Christian, Jacob's Death, National Theatre Studio, Adam Penford
2012, Stage, Edmund, King Lear, Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2011, Stage, Horatio, HAMLET, Factory at The Globe, Tim Carroll
2011, Stage, Eros, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, RSC, Michael Boyd
2011, Stage, KING LEAR, RSC, David Farr
Stage, Lennox, Macbeth, RSC, Dominic Cooke
Stage, Iraqi Student, Pilate, RSC, Michael Boyd
Stage, Burgundy, King Lear, RSC, Bill Alexander
Stage, Earl of Kintzki, THE TRAGEDY OF ALBERTUS WALLENSTEIN, Globe Theatre, Philip Cumbus
Stage, Touchstone, As You Like It, Sprite Productions, Alex Hassell
Stage, Caliban, The Tempest, York Theatre Royal, Lucy Kerbel
2009, Stage, Vorges/Borachio, Much Ado About Nothing, Derby Live, Peter Meakin
2008, Stage, Feste, Twelth Night, Sprite Productions, Lucy Kerbel
2007, Stage, Don John, Much Ado About Nothing, Sprite Productions, Lucy Kerbel
Stage, Matt, Positive, Birmingham Rep, Kwong Loke
Stage, Meno, The Man Who Talked Himself To Death, The Lights, Mark Mcgann
2019, Feature Film, Jon, I'm Not in Love, Col Spector Ltd, Col Spector
2014, Feature Film, The Toilet Man, Man Up, Big Talk Productions, Ben Palmer
2011, Feature Film, Chester, Powder, Red Union Films, Mark Elliott & Mark Atkins
2009, Film, Carl, This Way Up, Shoot Productions, Sarah Punshon
2009, Film, Primal, Spiv Productions, Paul Green
2014, Television, Tommy 'The Axeman' Paxman, Doctors, BBC TV, Gary Williams
2013, Television, Paul, Citizen Khan - Christmas Special, BBC TV, Ben Gosling-Fuller
Television, Awful Man, The I.T. Crowd, Talkback Thames, Graham Lineham
Television, Frankie Turner, Doctors, BBC, Terry Iland
Television, Craig Smith, The Grimleys, Granada Television, Martin Dennis
Television, Simon James, The Demon Headmaster, BBC, Roger Singleton-Turner
2014, Internet, Paul, The Art of Awkward Conversation (Series Regular), Notebook films, Tom Melia
2009, Internet, Benvolio, Romeo and Juliet, Shimmer Productions, Aileen Gonsalves
Rehearsed Reading
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Iachimo, Cymbeline, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Richard Neale
2014, Radio, Voices from Our Industrial Past, BBC Radio 4, Melissa Fitzgerald
Radio, Cyril, Five Children And It, BBC Radio 4, Rosemary Watts
Radio, Cyril, The Story Of The Amulet, Radio 4, Rosemary Watts
Further Credits
2016, Short Film, Ron Moody, Consider Yourself, Mob Films, Vadim Jean


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Birmingham*, Liverpool*, London, Manchester, Northern, RP
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Bass (singing), Guitar
(* = highly skilled)
Football*, Pool, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence