PERSONAL DETAILS TRAINING
Height: 5' 2" Eyes: Blue Birmingham School Acting
Hair: Dark Blonde Build: Slim BA (Hons) Acting
Emily Cox 2/Gloria Wallop Mrs Cox John Adams
Dance Captain Variety Club Ball Michael Barry
Dance: Elementary Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Tap, Social Movement
Stage Combat: BADC Bronze
Accents: RP, Popular London, Cockney, General Northern, Southern Ireland, General American, Southern American (good ear for accents)
Lynn is one of the UK’s most versatile and sought after entertainers. After having trained at the Arts Educational Stage School of Song Dance and Drama, she performed in various stage productions including “Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf”.
After spending two years as Lead Vocalist and Choreographer in a leading West End venue, she made the move into comedy and spent the next twelve years as the funny half of the extremely popular vocal comedy duo “Live Wire” who were featured on channel 4’s fly on the wall documentary “The Entertainers” .
In recent years, she has moved effortlessly into a very successful solo career including stand up comedy, musical theatre and pantomime.
She is now touring in “Lonnie D” the musical and is host and commere for Model Search UK
Paul started his path in acting in 1999 appearing in several productions for an east Kent theatre company taking lead and supporting roles which won him rave reviews. He then went on to study further at acting workshops and intensive courses in London and the South-East.
His natural acting talent caught the eye of script writer Dave Washbrooke who asked him to appear in a Brit Flick Style short which Paul was only to pleased to be a part of and is something Paul looks to do more of in the near future. The short called "Shafted" has been entered into short film contest's both in Europe and here in the UK. Paul hopes to became one of the most recognised London actors, epitomising all that is best in English acting.
Paul continues to gain experience in this field and hopes that he catches the eye of casting agents who can place him in the right feature, film or programme.