James is an Actor, Composer and Writer working in the UK and Ireland. Recently graduating from Exeter with a degree in Business Economics, he is involved in an ongoing theatre project "We Had a Black Dog", backed by mental health charity SANE, and David Hendon’s “Sign of the Times”. Theatre credits include Napoleon in Peter Hall’s Animal Farm (Exeter Northcott); Tom in Duncan Macmillan’s Monster (UK Tour) and Benny in Ella Hickson’s Boys (Thornlea Studios). As well as touring with improv comedy group The Exeter Revue, James is also currently longlisted for Collaborators for the Old Vic 12 and producing his own feature film.
Ross is a London born and bred dramatist, actor, producer, sound designer and writer. He graduated in 2015 from the University of Sussex, after completing a foundation course in Music and Computer Science and went on to complete a BA in English Literature. At University Ross returned to performance and by the end of his degree had performed in several film/theatre/commercial productions, had devised, designed, wrote and directed several of his own productions and installations, performed at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe and become producer at the company Fight or Flight Productions where he remains today.
Having relocated to London the company's latest production, "Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons" has been very well received well in it's new home and opened to 5 star reviews at the Brighton Fringe.
Having graduated Ross pursued acting full-time playing a variety of TV/Film and theatrical roles including:
Theatre: Othello (Touring - UK); Boys (Stockwell PH);
Film: Justice League, Hey Joe, The Loft.
TV: Will, Life Outside the Frame, and various commercial work.
For Proforca Theatre Company, Ross played the role of "Sammy Sax" in "Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens" (November 2016), Algernon Montcrieff in "The Importance of Being Earnest" and we are delighted to welcome him to another role with the company
Myles is an actor and artist and is based in London. He has always held a deep love and admiration for theatre and film, and vivid interest for the art of acting, and the actors process.
Over the years he has acted in numerous theatre company plays in which i have attained large roles, i have also had formal training at Guildhall School of Music And Drama as a part of 'Junior Guildhall' and attended weekend classes at Sylvia Young Theatre School.
Previous roles have included Stanley Stubbers in "One Man, Two Guvnors", Major Despard in "Cards on the Table", Renton in "Trainspotting", Gregor Samsa in "Metamorphosis", Anton Schill in "The Visit" and Betty in "Cloud 9"
For Proforca, Myles previously appeared as "Lane / Merriman" in "The Importance of Being Earnest" (Sept 2017) and we are delighted to welcome him back to this production.
Jonathon trained at the National Youth Theatre and now works as an actor in London. Born and bred in North Yorkshire, Jonathon spent a number of years competing around the world as a member of the England Karate Squad. He also gained a first class degree in Engineering from Loughborough University. His credits include:
Theatre: The Creature in Nick Dear's Frankenstein (Bridewell Theatre); Faustus in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus (Theatro Technis); Gorge in Dennis Kelly's The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas (Bridewell Theatre); Billing in Ibsen's An Enemy of the People(Theatro Technis); and Alan in Stanley Houghton's Hindle Wakes (Upstairs at the Gatehouse).
Jonathon originated the role of "Innocent" for the Proforca Theatre Company production of "Reading Gaol" in 2017.
Workshop & Rehearsed Readings: Dream 16 (RSC); Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress(Actors Studio); King Lear (Theatro Technis).
Film (supporting artist): Bridget Jones's Baby; Star Wars: Rogue One; Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice; Han Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Voiceover: The Man Came Around.
James recently graduated from the University of Warwick with a degree in History, during which time he also starred in various productions including ‘God of Carnage’ and ‘The Duchess of Malfi’. He is an associate member of Partners Rapt Theatre Company, performing as Brutus in ‘Julius Caesar’, Sir Toby Belch in ‘Twelfth Night’, and the titular role in Macbeth, amongst others.
He is the founding editor of The 730 Review, an online Arts magazine, which encompasses everything from Cinema and Music to Ballet, Galleries and Theatre, and all things in-between.