Lee is an Actor & Writer. He is currently shooting the film production of Hamlet playing Rosencrantz alongside Ian Mckellen. He will then go on to the stage production for the Summer season at Theatre Royal Windsor in rep with The Cherry Orchard. This year he will also be appearing in feature film The Last Letter From Your Lover on Netflix and BBC’s The North Water.
Other theatre credits include: Much Ado About Nothing, Wyndhams Theatre, West End. Drama At Inish, Finborough Theatre. A Very Very Very Dark Matter, Bridge Theatre,. In January 2019, he revived the leading role of Tony in Coming Clean by Kevin Elyot at the Trafalgar Studios after a successful run at the King’s Head Theatre. Due to demand, it returned to the West End in January 2020, for it’s third run. Other Theatre Credits Include, Adam & Eve, Hope Theatre, Archimedes Principle, Park Theatre, Savage, Arts Theatre West End (where he was Offie nominated for Best Actor), Under the Influence, Not Too Tame Theatre Company, Boris Got Bu**ered & Ramzanland is Freedomland, Theatre Delicatessen & Kings Head Theatre, Colors, Tristan Bates Theatre, The Visionary, Old Red Lion Theatre. Film Includes, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, The Spiritualist, Away With Me, Misrule, The Doorman. Television includes, Sherlock, Grange Hill, The Trial of Christine Keeler. Lee has also appeared in Comedy Series Nutritiously Nicola & Web-Series Spaniards in London. Commercials include Amazon, House of Fraser, Love Island and he is currently fronting the latest BT Broadband campaign.
He is also a writer and his comedy series pilot made the semi-finals for BBC Comedy Writer’s Room 2019. His short comedy piece No More Doughnuts will be performed at the Make it Beautiful Festival in London. His piece, The Art of Suffering, a monologue looking at mental health in artists, has been produced by the Lost Souls Podcast. Lee has taught the Audition Prep Summer Course at Drama Centre London. He has also sat on the Drama School Audition Panels for BA Acting, MA Acting and Foundation Courses. He is very passionate about supporting and championing Actors of all points in their career and helping them navigate an often extremely challenging industry.
This year he launched www.theauditionroom.co.uk which offers small classes, workshops, private coaching and Mentorship to Actors in all areas of their career. All taught and run by working Actors who are in the midst of their own careers.
Please note that during this period of closure, online workshops are non-refundable and non-transferrable, unless a workshop is cancelled by The Actors Centre, in which case you will be entitled to a full refund.
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