Jonny Freeman's Funtime Family-Friendly Impro Show

I’m delighted to be a part of Jonny Freeman’s Family Friendly Impro show on 14th & 15th August at at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

Best known as Frank London in CBBC’s MI High, Jonny Freeman has created a show which will be based on audience suggestions, and according to Jonny, its going to be like “Whose Line is it Anyway but without the rude bits”.

The show will be on from 1st – 25th August inclusive at 12pm at St John’s (Venue 202) and its FREE!


Noirish Project is now locked and has been receiving some great feedback including feedback from filmmaker Rouzbeh Rashidi. Rashidi describes, “The acting [as] possibly the film’s strongest attribute, which Devereaux has managed to extract using his rigid formula.” You can read the full review here.

The end of 2013 also saw me recording the voice over for a Netmoney Global commercial which you can check out above.

Wishing you all a very happy 2014!


On 20th June, I’ll be facilitating a course with Actotum International. ‘Presentation Skills…for Everyone’ is an interactive three hour workshop open to the public. Bookings can be made via Eventbrite.

I also made an appearance in the course promotional video which you can check out above!


I’m delighted to have been cast Noirish Project written and directed by James Devereaux. I will be playing Miss Haverfordwest, a put-upon doctor’s receptionist in a very witty scene. I’ve been following James’ career for years and its wonderful to be finally be working with an actor-producer with such a defined personal aesthetic. You can keep up to date with Noirish Project news via the blog and James’ Great Acting Blog is a must read for anyone interested in the craft of acting.


Happy New Year everyone! Since setting up my new home studio I’ve been busy voicing several corporate videos. Here’s a little taster of what I’ve been up to.

APS Bank - Business Banking

Egg Free Cake Box


Is Anything Broken? Trailer

Here’s a little trailer for a play I performed in this year at the Tristan Bates Theatre.  

The play, written by Dan Davies, was developed from the BBC Radio 4 Play aired earlier this year. We received some great reviews including:

 “Slick drama about career driven dad’s dilemma. Strong direction & ensemble.” (Camden New Journal)

“Wonderfully written and acted, Is Anything Broken? will undoubtedly prove to be one of the highlights of the Camden Fringe.” (*****Views From the Gods)

I played over five characters including Selina, a frustrated nanny, and Jackie, a cheery call centre worker.

There are plans to transfer the production in 2013 to another West End venue so watch this space!


I’ve got new headshots!  Taken by Carl Proctor.

Check them out at:


My new actor website is now live.  You can view it at:

On it you’ll find out about some of the Theatre, Film and Voice projects I’ve been involved in over the years and all my latest news.

Hope you enjoy the site!