Soho Voices

Mark Mwangi

Mark Mwangi

PLAYING AGE: 11
LANGUAGE: English
CHARACTERISTICS: Intelligent, Sincere

Description

Mark is a member of the British Theatre Academy, and also attends performing workshops in acting, singing, dancing. Most recently, he won a place to attend the School Of Rock Musical workshops in 2018.   He is currently rehearsing ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ for four stage performances in March 2018 at the Hampton Hill Theatre.

In the past 2 years he has:

Voiced the character ’Mo’ in Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Memories With Grandma’ animated film to help raise awareness of dementia for 7-11 year olds.

Won training places at the Lion King Cub School courtesy of Disney Theatrical group, and at YMJ School -Thriller Live courtesy of The Flying Music Company Ltd.

Was a ‘Stand In’ on the ITV show ‘Voice Kids UK’ working with judges Will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones.

Featured on the Puffin Virtually Live webcast for Roald Dahl Day 2017, alongside CBBC Book-Club presenter Katie Thistleton & Colin Furze – you tube inventor.

Featured as a child cyclist in a corporate online child safety video ‘Bikes, Big Trucks & You’ used as part of ‘Bikeability Cycle Training’.

Was in a lead role for a short film ‘The Tresspasser’ via the Met Film School, as well as Music Video ’Settle’ by Arlo/ Miri Stevens.

Performed his award-winning poem ’To Love or To Lose’, whose award was presented by the Mayor of Ealing, at a public event – Bob Dylan Project ‘Forever Young Showcase’ organised by WAPPY in partnership, with CCS Libraries Ealing.

Mark has recently provided his voice for clients such as Asthma UK and Philips – you can currently hear his voice on the latest HMRC radio campaign.

 

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