Monologue: The Unusual Suspects?

Here’s a little monologue I filmed recently based on a dialogue from The Usual Suspects. The monologue was for a part in a short film and I got the part. My outfit in the film is very different to this one, and you’ll have to wait and see for the results.

Monologue: Dinner With Friends

Dinner with Friends

Returning to the theatre with today’s monologue. This time we hear Gabe from Dinner With Friends, the Pulitzer Award Winning play. Lessons from life. What’s your takeaway?

Monologue: Macbeth I.V

Lady Macbeth

Turning my hand to the Bard and doing a gender swap on Lady Macbeth to boot. Had to tweak the line about her breasts, though it might have worked … ? This is from Act 1, Scene 5.

Let me know what you think in the comments.

Monologue: The Chase

Police Lights

Taking to the streets today with a Police Chase. Had some fun with this one adding the foley effects in afterwards to make the scene pop. It’s amazing how much influence even the smallest sounds have on our perception of a scene and it’s incredible to think just how active our hearing is in every moment layering in the context of what we see and hear outside of the dialogue. Let me...

Monologue: The Scout

The Scout

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Another songologue for the London Actors Workshop, so please comment below if you recognise the song. What do you think about this take on the classic?

Monologue: Interrogation


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Today we meet Davor in the interrogation room. Part of our ongoing weekly monologue challenge in the London Actors Workshop advanced course. Let me know what you think of the accent and the character.

Monologue: The Agent

The Agent

If the video above does not display, please click here to visit YouTube I decided to challenge myself in this piece and only give myself 90 minutes from start to finish. I think I did OK and will revisit with other ideas and give it more time. But, you often get an audition the night before you need to submit a self-tape, so I tried to replicate this here. Let me know what you think in the...

Scene: Modern Love (Adaptation)

Couple arguing in the park

Well, here it is. My showreel. Filmed in July with Paige Robinson. Adapted by Jon Sidgwick from Modern Love, filmed and edited by Sushant Nair.

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Monologue: Survive


If the video above does not display, please click here to view it on YouTube. Originally the third piece from my London Actors Workshop course but it took me longer to get around to filming it as I was tied up with the final term project and monologue, so it’s now my fourth! This time we were tasked to take a familiar song and deliver it as a monologue. Can you name the song? Answers in the...

Monologue: God


If no video is seen here, please watch it on YouTube Here’s my third monologue which I loosely call: “God.” It’s taken from a popular TV show (can you guess which?) and adapted slightly to reduce the run-time to around 90 seconds and also drop the f-bombs as this was a requirement for the showreel. Back to the drama and with a slight Texan drool in this one to give it very...

The Here & Now

I’m working on developing a feature film – a supernatural thriller. You can find more about this on my production website. I am doing a script readthrough at Pinewood later in March for a TV comedy pilot. Plus the usual audition rounds of course. And my IMDb StarMeter has improved by 30,000!