SHORT BIOG: A Gateshead lad, Jamie trained at Bretton Hall and has worked extensively across the UK since 2006. Highlights include originating the roles of Harry Clasper (Hadaway Harry - Theatre Royal, London, NE tour) and John Simpson Kirkpatrick (The Man and The Donkey - Customs House) for which roles, he was named Performing Artist of the Year at the Journal Culture Awards in 2016. He also featured as Pvt. Henry Stevens in Cloud 9's premiere production of Death at Dawn as well as its subsequent North-East tour.
Elsewhere, he has done stints with Warner Brothers, BBC, and the Royal Opera House amongst many others - in roles ranging from Hamlet right through to Scooby-Doo - as well as being a director (Geordie the Musical), and longstanding member of award-winning 1623 Theatre Company. Full info and credits can be found at www.jamiebrown.org.uk.
Training: Bretton Hall (3yr. Acting)
Playing age: Mid 20s-30s
Accents: Geordie*, RP, Yorkshire, Scouse. V. good ear for most accents.
Music: Experienced Baritone Singer,
Movement: Strong Physical Theatre,
Modern Dance Experience.