Film & TV Overview
I have worked as an actor and stunt performer on numerous productions such as 47 Ronin, 24, Dr Strange, Ganapath, Kraven The Hunter. I have worked as an actor as well as a fight coordinator for various projects. I have also worked on numerous short films, which have gone on to win awards in festivals, more recently with director, Daryn Castle. In addition to the performance side of things, I have taught at colleges and universities such as City of Oxford College, Oxford Brookes University and SAE Institute to deliver lectures on fight choreography and screen fighting as a guest lecturer.
I have also worked on TV shows such as The Continental, CBBC's The Wonton Warrior, Silent Witness , Eastenders, the Brit Awards, Gangs of London Season 2 and was a contestant on Take Me Out and even made the front cover of the Oxford Mail. More recently, I worked on the new Fast and Furious spin off, Hobbs and Shaw, as well as Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen. I have also worked on The Complex Interactive and Mia and The Dragon Princess, which are interactive movies.
One of my career highlights to date is doubling for one of my heroes, Don Lee in Marvel Eternals.
As of 2021, I became a regular guest tutor at Stepping Stones Performing Arts and have taught screen fighting workshops in addition to helping actors and fellow stunt performers with their showreels, fight scenes as well as choreographing sequences for motion capture.
In addition to this, I have also been working as a producer for other independent projects, such as At the End of the Road, Scarlet, Mr Mimoto with multi-award winning director Govind Chandran, which have done exceptionally well on the festival circuit. Mr Mimoto has currently won 23 awards; I am also honoured to have been the recipient of the Critic's Choice Award for Best Actor from the Golden Lion International Film Festival. We have a couple more productions in the pipeline also!
As of 2022, I am excited to announce that I will be joining the cast of 'The Brothers Sun' series, starring Michelle Yeoh, created by Byron Wu and Brad Falchuk, directed by Kevin Tancharoen and Viet Nguyen, heading to Netflix in 2024! A huge thank you to Jenny Jue from Downtown Casting!