DAMOLA ADELAJA by Brandon Bishop
Photo: Brandon Bishop
Fifth Floor, 35 Soho Square, London, W1D 3QX
Phone: 020-7734 0657
Fax: 020-7734 1278
E-mail: info@thebwhagency.co.uk
WWW: www.thebwhagency.co.uk
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:11st. (70kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Appearance:African-American, Black-African, Black-Caribbean
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Black
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Full Set
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Clear


Television Film Stage Short Film Workshop Rehearsed Reading Musical
2017, Television, Augustus (Recurring), Berlin Station, Paramount Pictures, Various
2017, Television, Doctor Omar Wright, Eastenders, BBC1, Steve Finn
2011, Television, Ibrahim Cessay, DOCTORS, BBC, Jeff Maylor
2016, Feature Film, Ousman, White Colour Black, DreamCoat Films, Joseph A. Adesunloye
2015, Feature Film, Dad, The Huntsman: Winter's War, Roth Films, Cedric Nicolas-Troyan
2014, Feature Film, Nwakego, The Circus, Ffaiti Films, Kevin Allen
2005, Feature Film, Tag (Lead), Rag Tag, Muka Flicks, Adaora Nwandu
2018, Stage, Tommy, Parliament Square, Bush Theatre, Jude Christian
2017, Stage, Tommy, Parliament Square, Royal Exchange Theatre, Jude Christian
2016, Stage, Usman, The Immigrant, Rich Mix/British Library, Joy Gahroro
2016, Stage, Derek, Under Dark Skies, Talawa, Joy Gahroro
2013, Stage, First Australian/Ceasar/Watkin Tench, OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD- St James Theatre, Out Of Joint, Max Stafford Clark
2012, Stage, First Australian/Ceasar/Watkin Tench, OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD TOUR, Out Of Joint, Max Stafford Clark
2011, Stage, Mack, A DROP TO DRINK, Soho Theatre, Anna Coombs
2011, Stage, Laurence, FIXER, Oval House Theatre, Rachel Briscoe and Dan Barnard
2010, Stage, Joseph Asagai, A RAISIN IN THE SUN, Royal Exchange Manchester, Michael Buffong
2010, Stage, Jim/Kha, Junun Dementia, GBS Theatre, Manal Awad
2010, Stage, Simon, Ruined, Almeida Theatre, Indhu Rubasingham
2010, Stage, Ba, Slave, Lowry Theatre, Caroline Clegg
2009, Stage, Samuel, Hortensia and The Museum of Dreams, RADA, Raz Shaw
2009, Stage, Abdoulaye, The Crossing, Hall For Cornwall/Theatre 503, Anna Coombs
2009, Stage, Zabulon, The Custom Of The Country, RADA, Joanna Read
2009, Stage, Pontius Pilate/ St. Matthew/ Uncle Pino, The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot, RADA, Toby Frow
2008, Stage, Creon, Burial At Thebes, RADA, Gerrard McArthur
2008, Stage, Roland Maule, Present Laughter, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Vivian Munn
2008, Stage, De Flores, The Changeling, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Andrew Visnevski
2008, Stage, Doctor Chasuble, The Importance of Being Earnest, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Vivian Munn
2008, Stage, Menelaus, The Ruins, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Alex Clifton
2008, Stage, Chebutykin, Three Sisters, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Sir Jonathan Miller
2007, Stage, Jason, Dirty Butterfly, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, William Gaskill
2007, Stage, Richard III, Richard III, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Geoff Bullen
2007, Stage, Tuzenbach, Three Sisters, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Trilby James
2006, Stage, Boy/Villain, Dreams Come Out To Play, Knavish Speech/Birmingham Rep & Tour, Marigold Hughes
2004, Stage, Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet, Tower Theatre, Islington & Tour, John Morton
Short Film
2017, Short Film, Baldwin, A Safe Place, VHS Films, Paulo Berberan
2017, Short Film, Obinze, Americanah, 55 Media, Uche Aguh
2017, Short Film, Baldwin's Ghost, BODIES, VHS Films, Paulo Berberan
2017, Short Film, Doc, BORED, Red Breast Productions, Georgia Oakley
2014, Short Film, The Best Man, A Moment To Move, Chavrolet, Georgia Parris
2013, Short Film, Fela, Fela/Sidy, 1960 Films, Damola Adelaja
2008, Short Film, Seb (Lead), CUBA, Mike Figgis
2016, Workshop, Rose/Roy, The End of the Pier, Hackney Showroom, Sam Curtis Lindsay
2016, Workshop, Derek, The Other Man, Joy Gharoro-Akpojotor
2011, Workshop, Sapeur, CONGO ILIAD, National Theatre, Michael Buffong
2011, Workshop, Joseph Toundi, HOUSEBOY, TIATA FAHODZI, Lucian Msamati
2011, Workshop, D, Tiati Tamba Tamba, TIATA FAHODZI, Lucian Msamati
Rehearsed Reading
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Llyod Winston (Lead), August Town, Independent, Dan Ayling
2008, Musical, God, The Wild Party, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Tom Wakely


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
African, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Latin American, London, Nigerian*, Northern, RP*, South African
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, Yoruba
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, African Dance-Traditional, Bass (singing), Bass-Baritone*, Blues, Cabaret Singing, Flamenco, Greek Dancing, Laban, Period Dancing, Rock Singing, Tenor
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Audio Drama, Radio Presenting, TV Presenting, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics*, Cricket, Pool, Rugby, Running*, Stage Combat*, Tennis, Yoga
Other Skills:Journalist


RADA- Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art