CHANCE ENCOUNTERS: A BEAUTIFUL DAY
Our fourth short film of the series will be, A Beautiful Day, please welcome our cast…
Matthew trained at East 15 Acting School and has appeared in several theatre shows, including Henry V (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Leaf (New Diorama Theatre), Think Of England (UK tour). Matthew will be in the feature film The Burying Party, which will be released this year.
Charlie’s theatre credits include: Pygmalion (The English Theatre Frankfurt), Proud (Lost Theatre), Bus Riley’s back in town (Jermyn Street Theatre), Dawlish Rd (Soho Theatre), Lone Star (Theatre 503 & Edinburgh Festival), Miller (Pleasance Theatre), Lone Star/Private Wars (Kings Head Theatre), Christmouse Tale (UK Tour), Second Class Parents, Listen and A Moment of Silence (all at the Etcetera Theatre), Talent and White Wedding (both at Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Best Men & It’s Christmas Carol (both at the Hen & Chickens Theatre), Dave’s Turn (Union Theatre), Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Theatre Royal Windsor).
Television credits include Dr. Robinson in Hollyoaks (C4), Material Girl (BBC1), Upstairs Downstairs (BBC1), The Bill (ITV1) and Soccer AM (Sky1). Charlie has appeared in over 40 films including most recently 90 Minutes, The Little Giant, Judwaa 2, The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus and The Elephant in the Corner, as well as multi international award winning films The Puppeteer, Blackberry Stains, The Undream and I Am Not the Devil. He also previously featured in LBP Productions’ last short film The Way to a Man’s Heart.
Charlie is also a musician who has recently released his second album ‘Nothing Short of Love’ on the back of his 4 track ep ‘Here’s to your life’. He has also appeared in music videos for The Stereophonics, Morrissey & Marshall and appeared and sang on the Official England song ‘Sing 4 England’ for the 2012 European Championships reaching No 8 in the Indie Charts.
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