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Perry Moore

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Biography

With a life long love of Music and Dramatic Arts, Perry has developed from the star of myriad school plays and performances, into a confident and capable young dramatic talent.

In his childhood, Perry performed with the ‘Children’s Theatre Company’ in productions of ‘The Jungle Book’ and ‘Annie’ before receiving two distinctions from his L.A.M.D.A drama examinations. He achieved a strong Grade B in GCSE Acting and Performance, and furthered that by achieving an A-Level Qualification in Drama in which he received high praise for his character performances in Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’.

At School, Perry joined a Band called Capture Moscow. Perry played the guitar and sang backing vocals, the band toured around Staffordshire and Birmingham. In 2008 Perry took part in the school production of ‘Grease’ playing the character of ‘Doody’ a greaser who hangs around with ‘Danny’ and plays the guitar. He also took part in the following years school production of ‘Disco inferno’ playing a character called ‘Tom’.

We are happy to be representing Perry who has been busy auditioning and receiving various excellent acting parts from different companies. In May 2009 he received a part in the BBC show ‘Waterloo Road’ as a ‘John Foster School Student’. Shortly after this, Perry received the part of ‘Marcus Balfour’ a school student in the hit BBC Three programme ‘Being Human.

He is currently half way through his HND Acting Course that he is studying at the ‘Matthew Boulton College’ in Birmingham. He has recently been talent spotted, and has been working for theatre company called ‘Fizzog Theatre Company’ who have scheduled him to do a twenty show tour in November. Most recently Perry has gained a major part in ‘How Loud the Silence’ a dramatic film partly sponsored by McMillan cancer, due to start filming next year.

Ambitions

Comedy / Acting

Influences

Lee Evans / Omid Djalli / Jimmy Carr

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