At Get Lucky Theatre, we are always looking for actors to work with. Below are the actors we have been lucky enough to work with. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to act with us.
Lauren studied Drama at the University of Bristol before going on to do an MA in Acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Since graduating last year she has returned to RCSSD to direct some new writing and has stage managed a circus tour in Holland. Acting, however, is still her main focus, she recently co- wrote and performed in a short piece at Theatre 503, as well as acting at the Pleasance Theatre with the Director's Cut. For Get Lucky, Lauren played Kate, the lead role in The Superhero.
Mark trained with the National Youth Theatre and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Whilst represented by Robert Kelly Associates, Mark collaborated with U4ria Theatre Company, worked as an extra for Warner Bros., and acted in a Met Film School project ‘Pains of Youth'. Having completed his undergraduate degree at the University of York, Mark is currently studying an MFA in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He is best known for his unsuccessful audition to play the part of King Joffrey in Game of Thrones. For Get Lucky, Mark played Jack and Ping in The Superhero.
Kevin is an actor and Writer from Limerick City in Ireland. Before coming to England, he studied Performance Acting at the DIT Rathmines Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin, and worked as an actor, producer, and technician in the Dublin theatre scene. He was a founding member of Underdog Theatre Company with Cian O’Ceallachain. Previous theatre credits include Q/Tanner in The Hunt for Red Willie with Exit Excitedly Theatre, Fergus in Things that Divide Us with Squeaky Wheel Theatre, and various roles in Coppers Uncovered by COD Productions. For Get Lucky, Kevin played a mammoth in The Superhero.
Phoebe is an actor, director and writer based in London. She trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where she was awarded the Embassy Scholarship and was nominated by the school for the Spotlight Graduate Prize. Theatre includes Gift Return (Park Theatre), Nine Weeks (Arts Theatre) and Doll (Keble College Oxford). TV includes American Monster (Discovery USA). Phoebe played Alice in Sleepover, by Sophie Swithinbank and is currently the in-house director at Get Lucky Theatre.
Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama & The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York. Limo is represented by Williamson & Holmes. He has a great passion for writing, specifically for broadcast media. In his year at Central he performed with a group of Globe actors during the Sonnet Walks created by Mark Rylance. Furthermore he almost spilled wine on Ruth Wilson once because of how starstruck he was, he hopes she can forgive him. For Get Lucky, Limo is playing Milan Kane, the smooth-talking Superhero in The Superhero.
Ben Lacey trained in Drama and Theatre Arts at Goldsmith's University. He has been acting for thirteen years, with the Georgian Youth Theatre and the North Country Theatre. More recently he has acted in, directed and written a number of university projects, including taking a show to the Edinburgh fringe. He has recently completed a Masters in Playwriting at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Ben has also been working as a supporting artist in television, film and advertisement. For Get Lucky, Ben played Milan Kane in The Superhero.
Training: Italia Conti. Alex has played Charlie in Changing Face Collectives production of Love on the Dole. He has worked with the Young Vic, in Stuck by Karen Maine and Human me, an ensemble piece aimed at generating awareness for the Syrian refugee crisis. For Get Lucky, Alex will be playing Henry Jr and Rudolph in The Superhero.
DAVID CLAYTON, Jack Styles
Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Recent Theatre credits include Cliff in the premier of Edward Bond’s newest play Dea, Granger in Precieuses Ridicules and a variety of roles (Including a young David Cameron) in a modern adaption of A Christmas Carol. David is also a founding member of the London-based improv troupe Very Serious People whose latest shows include an Improvised Pantomime. David is looking forward to playing Jack in The Superhero.
Joe worked as a youth theatre leader at the Chichester Festival Theatre before undertaking a degree in Drama and Theatre at Aberystwyth University. Whilst at university he took part in many amateur and professional productions, as well as directing, stage managing and writing several shows. Joe is now studying writing for stage and broadcast media at Central. For Get Lucky, Joe played a mammoth in The Superhero.
Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. While at Central Tom played Hortensio in The Taming of the Shrew and Lord Burleigh in Mary Stuart. Theatre before Central includes The Boor and The Proposal (The Proud Archivist), Dog Dying (Courtyard Theatre), The Brothers Karamazov (The Lord Stanley), The Duchess of Malfi (C Nova), and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Bloomsbury Theatre). At the moment he’s also working on an adaptation project with Dirty Rascals.