Jamie's screen credits include 'Black Mirror' (Netflix), 'The Darkest Dawn' (Wildseed Studios, Pinewood, Netflix) and 'Casualty' (BBC One). On stage he recently starred in the West End debut of original play, ‘The Ruby Slippers’ (Break A Leg Productions, Bill Elms, Jokepit), at The Arts Theatre, London as well as it's sell out tour of the North of England.
He’s recently led many projects including the horror feature "In The Trap", (currently in post-production), "The Death of Don Quioxte", (Silver Melies Winner for best short and official selection of Sitges Film Festival 2018), as well as "Toxic", (under entry at international festivals) and "Relief", (official selection at the 2017 Buffer Festival in Toronto).
Originally coming from the world of improv and stand up comedy he made his Edinburgh fringe debut in 2016 with stand up show 'Variety Hour'. His writing has been broadcast on 'Newsjack' (BBC Radio 4 Extra), 'The Mawaan and Emily show' (BBC Asian Network) and BBC Radio Merseyside. As well as co-writing and developing the sitcom “Bad Egg” with Mawaan Rizwan, James Dean and King Bert Productions in the UK.
His training includes time at RADA, The Actors Centre and extensive private coaching as well as studying clowning with critically-acclaimed comedian and Philippe Gaulier-accredited teacher, Dr Brown at the Soho Theatre.
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