A practical fun chat plus an in depth Q&A session with the hugely experienced actor Joseph Millson.
Areas to be covered are Positivity, Self-Discipline, Independence, Confidence, Career, Wisdom and Fun. Pearls of wisdom from a survivor. A reassuring and simple reminder of your own worth in all your work as an actor. Tools for a long and happy career.
BookingPlaces are limited to twenty, so to apply for a place, please send in your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject heading MILLSON) with a short covering note and please include your telephone number.
Closing date is Thursday 24th May. If you have not heard by the end of Friday 25th May then please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.
About JosephJoseph Millson has just finished filming in Bulgaria opposite Gerard Butler in Angel Has Fallen. He recently co-starred with Stockard Channing and Freema Agyeman in Apologia at the Trafalgar Studios (winning Take5Entertainment award for best supporting actor). He was the winner of the 2017 UK Theatre Award for best performance in a play for his performance in The Rover at the RSC.
Joseph is a hugely experienced actor having played many leading roles at the National Theatre, The Royal Court, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Old Vic, The Almeida, Hampstead Theatre, many regional theatres and many West End productions including winning the Whatsonstage award for his performance in the Musical Love Never Dies. His most recent television work includes leading roles in The Last Kingdom, Banished, 24:Live Another Day, as well as regular roles in Campus, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Holby City, Talk To Me, Survivors, Eastenders, Macbeth and Peak Practice among many more.
Joseph has appeared in over a dozen feature films including Casino Royale, The Dead 2, Devil’s Bridge, Tango One and All The Devil’s Men. He has also played leading roles in over forty plays for BBC Radio. He is an associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company, a fellow of Rose Bruford College, an associate artist of the Independent Centre for Actor Training, one of the advisory panel for Drama Centre London and was recently made a patron of the Actors Centre, London.