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Adrian Randle Voice reel
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Originally from Birmingham, England, Adrian began acting at the age of 14, performing in youth theatre and other local theatre projects and at aged 16, he started his professional training at the Sutton Coldfield Academy of Performing Arts. He continued onto the distinguished Bretton Hall Drama School at the University of Leeds. Gaining skills in Post Modernist theatre, Commedia d'arte and Interventionist theatre.
This led him into a career in theatre and television as well as live presenting and voice over work. This includes a number of theatre tours around the United Kingdom and across Europe. His credits include Expert in upcoming Netflix movie Rich Flu, The Avatars a TV series for Disney Channel, Detective Gabardina in True Story España for Warner Bros Studios, Harry Garrison in TV sitcom Jim Doesn't Know What to Say and The Priest in TV sitcom Stories From Norway.
In 2011 he moved to Madrid, where he worked with a number of performance based companies, including Face 2 Face Theatre, Mad Improv and Big Kidz. In 2022 he moved to Barcelona, where he is currently living and working with International Performing Arts acting in educational theatre performances.
Furthermore he has appeared on a number of international television advertisements for brands such as The Zebra (North America), Hotels.com (Europe) and Scalpers (Spain).
He also works as a stand-up comedian, improvisor, theatre workshop leader & voice over artist in Barcelona & across Spain.
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