Freddie Machin is a prolific stage actor who has performed all over London, as well as at the Royal Exchange Manchester and on UK tours. His 2009 London appearances...Read More
Freddie Machin is a prolific stage actor who has performed all over London, as well as at the Royal Exchange Manchester and on UK tours. His 2009 London appearances include a staged reading of Sardanapalus at the Shakespeare’s Globe, a performance in Avocado, an Osip production at the King’s Head that Lily Bevan directed, and a part in Manor, performed in the Soho Theatre’s Studio.
2010 appearances were numerous, and included productions at London's The White Bear, Hen and Chickens, Old Red Lion, and Shakespeare’s Globe, whilst 2011 saw him perform at the Arcola Theatre and at Riverside Studios. In 2012, Machin performed in The Love Project (verbatim theatre) and wrote, and performed the role of Churchill in, Winston on the Run at the Pleasance Courtyard during the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival (which was nominated at the Buxton Festival for Best New Writing, Best Production, and gained Machin the award for Best Actor). Machin has subsequently gained the part of the Maitre D’ in the West End Trafalgar Studios’s Celebrity Night at Cafe Red.
Other work includes various rehearsed readings between 2008 and 2011, as well as radio parts in BBC Radio 4’s production of Germinal, and Made in Manchester’s production of Death in Genoa, appearing with Simon Callow and Samuel Barnett. His film roles have included the lead role of Aidan in Young Offender (2006), which won the ITV West Award, a part in The Wake (2007) and the title role in Ira (2012), as well as the part of Miles in the 2008 feature film Dirt by Peeping Tom Productions.
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