SHED OF THE DEAD
Shed of the Dead is an upcoming horror comedy I’m starring in. It’s premiering at the London Sci-Fi festival on 18th May 2019 and available for digital download from 20th May onwards in the UK. There’s a limited cinema release in the U.S. on the 17th May, and it’s playing at 40 UCI screens in Germany around the same time.
The press is just starting to be released. Here’s a live interview we just did on Build London:
And we’re on London Live on 12th May.
The film follows persistent loser, Trevor(me), as he attempts to escape the zombie apocalypse by seeking refuge in his allotment shed. The film also stars BAFTA winner Lauren Socha (Misfits, Catasphrophe) as John’s wife, Ewen MacIntosh (The Office) as his best friend, and a host of horror luminaries including Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Leatherface), Michael Berryman (The Hills have Eyes, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) and Emily Booth (Pervirella).
I’ve just starred in the animation, Frank’s Joke, directed by animator extraordinaire, Edward Bulmer. It’s just screened on BBC4 as part of their 2018 Animation night. You can watch it on the BFI player here: https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-franks-joke-2018-online or on the BBC iplayer until the end of December.
Here’s a showreel of various things I’ve acted in including Nathan Barley, Trinny and Susannah’s sitcom and the upcoming movie The Devil went Down to Islington. I’ve also been in various BBC Radio 4 sitcoms including last year’s Josh Howie’s Losing It, Vent, and Ade Edmonson’s Teenage Kicks, but obviously the visuals weren’t all that, so you’ll have to look elsewhere if you want to
see hear them.
I’ve done a ridiculous amount of adverts too. I may as well own it. Only one of them involves special effects on my face: