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THE ACTOR, GLEN McCREADY

TRAINING

Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art (Honours Graduate)

THEATRE

Murder is Easy (Luke Fitzwilliam), Dick Whittington (Iddle Jack), Spider's Web(Jeremy Warrender), Blood Brothers (Edward Lyons), A Chorus of Disapproval (Ian Hubbard), Flare Path (Teddy Graham), Voyage Round My Father (Son), The Mousetrap (Sgt. Trotter), Business as Usual (Leslie Henson), Five Finger Exercise (Walter Langer), Salad Days (Nigel /Fosdyke), Don't Dress For Dinner (George), This Happy Breed (Reg Gibbons), How The Other Half Loves (William), A Murder is Announced (Patrick Simmons), Playing with Fire (Axel), Out of the Crocodile (Peter Pounce), Piaf (Paul / Lucien)

FILM AND TELEVISION

Mistress of the Craft (Harry), Sushi Jalapenos (Paul), Dirty British Boys (Terry), Empowering People (Contestant 3), Gathering Clouds (2nd Officer), The Casting Couch (Denis Bagley), The A.C.E. Programme (Marvo)

SKILLS

Singing: Excellent High Baritone
Performance Certificate in Stage Fighting (Society of British Fight Directors)
Magic
Sleight of Hand
Conjuring and Card Flourishes
Hypnosis

ACCENTS REVIEWS

"...But yesterday’s actor, Glen McCready, can read IPA! It’s still tedious work, reading out one transcribed word after another, but at least he gets them right (except for occasional slips, which can happen to anyone). We sailed through the lists, and managed to record 4,000 individual words in the course of the day (whereas the previous day, with a less competent reader, we did only 2,500)...." John Wells’s phonetic blog

AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 06]

PAST MORTEM
Ben Elton
Read by Glen McCready

Elton presents a strong fictional portrait of how much the same--and different--life is for people who were mercilessly bullied as children. At the center of the story is Detective Ed Newson, who goes to his seventeenth-year class reunion. Almost every character is enhanced by narrator Glen McCready as the story moves from one emotional situation to the next. The production feels like the listener is hearing an expertly acted play. A highlight is a sex scene that is hilarious, perhaps funnier to hear than to see. As the body count increases, Detective Newson's challenges mount, but he remains humane and focused. This contemporary mystery is a bittersweet story that offers outstanding writing and narration. S.G.B. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 06]

AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 06]

THE MYSTERIES OF GLASS
Sue Gee
Read by Glen McCready

A young curate arrives at his first post with honest views about his religion and the goodness of people. Glen McCready makes the listener feel that the fictional character of Richard Allen is McCready himself. Allen falls in love with the wife of the vicar of the parish, and, through the ensuing travails caused by that love, we stand in the young man's court and are swayed to his side by the sympathy and passion that the narrator expends. Even the descriptions of the weather and countryside of Hereford, as well as the aura of the nineteenth century, are made picturesque by McCready's reading. J.P. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 06]

ACCENTS

Home Counties (Native)
Standard English RP
Yorkshire
Standard American
German
Welsh

REPRESENTATION

Glen McCready is represented by

Acting Agent:
Veronica Jacob
Fletcher Jacob
1st Floor
77 Leonard Street
LONDON EC2A 4QS
020 7613 7234
email: info@fletcherjacob.co.uk

Voice Agent:
Voice Squad
1 Kendal Road
LONDON NW10 1JH
020 8450 4451
email: voices@voicesquad.com
website: www.voicesquad.com

Updated June 4, 2007

 

"Welcome"

The London Drama School' s Artistic Director is Sarah Mann, a professional Actor, Director, and Producer.

London Drama School Administrative Director, Michelle Newman

The London Drama School' s Administrative Director and Course Co-ordinator is Michelle Newman

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Glen McCready, the actor, London Drama School tutor

Glen McCready

 

 

London Drama School Drama Tutor Glen McCready in Blood Brothers

 

London Drama School Drama Tutor, Glen McCready, in Blood Brothers

 

London Drama School Drama Tutor, Glen McCready, in Blood Brothers

Glen McCready in Blood Brothers at the Phoenix Theatre, West End

 

London Drama School Drama Tutor, Glen McCready, in The Mousetrap

 

London Drama School Drama Tutor, Glen McCready, in The Mousetrap at St Martins Theatre

Glen McCready in The Mousetrap, at St Martin's Theatre, West End

   
 

 

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