Jim has worked as an actor, comedian, actor-teacher, street theatre performer and voice-over artiste. His TV credits include the title role in BBC TV’s highly...Read More
Jim has worked as an actor, comedian, actor-teacher, street theatre performer and voice-over artiste. His TV credits include the title role in BBC TV’s highly successful Jossy’s Giants (two series) and the lead role in the Channel 4 drama documentary Body Story.
Other TV appearances include: Brookside, EastEnders, Grange Hill, New Tricks and 55 Degrees North.
Jim spent three years as a member of the RNT, where he appeared as all five Rivetti Brothers in A Small Family Business by Alan Ayckbourn, as well as Poggio in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Nightingale in Bartholomew Fair and Ortuno in Fuenteovejuna. At Farnham Redgrave, he appeared as Long John Silver in Treasure Island. Most notably, he appeared as the entire Trojan army, a woman with one buttock and a signpost for the Smallest Theatre in the World (He admits the last characterisation might have been a trifle wooden.)
As a comedian, Jim compèred the Comedy Store for two years and has also performed his act on Channel 4, at the Edinburgh Festival and in Hyde Park for CND. His act largely consists of telling jokes which precipitate the downfall of capitalism and bring an end to tyranny and injustice wherever it rears its ugly head.Read Less
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