TELL US ABOUT YOU, MUZZ!
(Okay, I'll give you a potted history).
Firstly, yes, that is a pic of me and my wife on our wedding day(!)
Okay, so.... whadya wanna know?
I've been a professional actor since 2004 and a professional DJ since 2007. My dodgy accent hails from Burnley in Lancashire. I now live in Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent - via London!
High school and college happened in Lancashire while drama school happened in South Kensington, London.
I attended the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and studied alongside my peers Rupert Friend, Natalie Dormer, Elyes Gabel, Tom Mison and Joe Anderson.
As A DJ, I've played for Sex and The City actress Kim Cattrall, for Ministry of Sound, for the Royal Shakespeare Company, for the O2 Academy Brixton, the Playboy Club, the Royal Albert Hall, the BBC Comedy department, wrap parties, press night parties, Christmas parties(!) and at festivals, at bars, clubs and restaurants across Europe.
Alongside that, I've been a wedding DJ for a number of years and hold a glut of 5-star reviews from newly-wedding couples and I'm a premium-listed DJ at hitched.co.uk.
Believe me, I know how to rock an audience – it’s what I do for a living(!)
I play everything from house to hip-hop disco to dancehall, from swing to salsa and from country to cha-cha. It’s my genre-swapping nature and theatrical personality behind-the-decks that marks me different from other DJs in my field. Well, THAT and......
When I'm not DJing, I'm often pretending to be other people. I've appeared in TV shows such as Catastrophe, 24: Live Another Day, Black Mirror, Casualty, Death on the Tyne, Year of the Rabbit, Trying, Wolfe, Ten Percent, Trollied and, of course, Brassic! And.... in t'pictures in Me Before You, The Hatching, Matilda the Musical and Wonka. In theatre, I've done lengthy stints with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, the Bush Theatre and others. During the height of Covid-19, I was the face and voice of ASDA - fronting a 12-month campaign of heart-warming and achingly-funny commercials!