Samuel Lawrence

Samuel is playing one of the main characters in the feature film Homesick, which is available on Amazon Prime UK/US as of March 2021.

His most recent stage work, wasplaying one of Charles Dickens’ most loved leading men, Pip, in Theatre Lab Company’s OffComm winning production of Great Expectations at The Playground Theatre London.

Previous to this he starred in the one man show Vivaldi Meets Werther: Four Seasons at the Bridewell Theatre. During this run Samuel performed sections of the performance live on BBC Radio 4 alongside the string quartet that accompanied the performance.

Touring Film Festivals around the world this year with the short film Plunge that he co-directed, co-wrote and acted in. He was recently awarded Best Director by the Top Indie Film Awards as well as commendations for Best Drama at both the New Renaissance Film Festival and the Winchester Film Festival. Samuel’s previous short films are Pay the Ferryman and the BFI Sci-Fi Fest finalist Weak Execution.

Television work include the BBC’s Great Expectations and the Doctor Who special An Adventure in Space and Time.

On stage working in many of the UK’s top theatre’s including King John at Bath Theatre Royal, An Enemy of the People at the Tobacco Factory Theatre, Jamaica Inn at the Chiswick Playhouse, Threads at The Hope Theatre, Next Lesson at the Above The Stag Theatre. Playing the lead in The Assistant directed by Zoe Sharp at The Greenwich Theatre. 55 Days at the Hampstead Theatre with Mark Gatiss – directed by Howard Davis.

His film credits include Bulldog directed by David James Holloway, Plunge directed by Samuel Lawrence, Skaren directed by Tim Archibald, The Selftapers directed by Peter Rae, Missing directed by Sam Ward.

And in 2020 playing the lead in the short film Hand Drawn.

Trained at The Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts BA 3 year Acting course.

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