TOMMY KNIGHT


VITAL STATISTICS

Born: January 1993
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Dark Brown (Mid Length - prepared to cut to any style)
Skin: Fair (Tans Easily)
Height: 5' 7"
Shoe Size: 8
Clothes Size: 170cm (14-16 yrs)
Playing Age: 14-16 years
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AGENT: Maxine Hoffman, Curtis Brown, Haymarket house, 28-29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP Tel: 020 7393 4470

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

2009 (Sept): Played Greg Holbrook in Talkback Thames' The Bill, directed by Karl Neilson, and filmed on location in Merton, and Crystal Palace, London,

2009 (Apr-Jul): Played Luke in the third series of the Sarah Jane Adventures. Directed by Jos Agnew, and Alice Troughton and filmed at various locations in and around Cardiff, Wales

2009 (Apr): Played Luke Smith in BBC's Doctor Who, directed by Euros Lyn, and filmed in Penarth, Cardiff, Wales.

2008 (Oct): Played himself in the BBC saturday morning childrens show TMi.

2008 (Sept): Appears as himself in Blue Peter, filmed at BBC Television Centre

2008 (Sept): Played Paris in the BBC short film 'Myths' Directed by Henry Mason and filmed on location in Dulwich, south london.

2008 (Apr-Aug): Played Luke in the second series of the Sarah Jane Adventures. Directed by Michael Kerrigan, Jos Agnew, and Graeme Harper and filmed at various locations in and around Cardiff, Wales

2008 (Mar): Played Luke in 2 episodes of Doctor Who (Series 4 - Stolen Earth and Journey's End)  Filmed in the  studios in Cardiff. Directed by Graeme Harper.

2007 (Dec): Played Jugg in BBC TV's 'Casualty' (series 22, episode 26) Directed by Julie Edwards, filmed on location in Bristol.

2007 (Nov): Playes 'The Dark Haired boy' in a short film, 'The Silver Key'. Filmed on Location in Eltham. 

2007 (Oct): Appeared as Himself, on the CBBC Saturday morning show,TMi, Filmed at the BBC television Centre.

2007 (Sept) Appears as himself in Blue Peter, filmed at BBC Television Centre

2007 (Sept) Played 'Luke' in Episode 10 of the CBBC series 'Chute'. filmed at BBC Centre, London. Directed by Dermot Canterbury.

2007 (Apr-July) Played 'Luke' in the TV series 'The Sarah Jane Adventures'. Filming at various locations in Cardiff, Wales.

2007 (Jan): Played 'Jack' in the independent short 'Pudding Bowl' for NakEdNess productions. Directed by Vanessa Caswill and filmed on Location in South London.

2006 (Dec): Played middle Son in 'Low Low' commercial for Ireland. Directed by Declan Lowry, filmed on location in Manchester.

2006 (Sept-Oct): Played 'Luke' in the BBC special 'Sarah Jane Adventures' Directed by Colin Teague, and filmed on Location in Cardiff, Wales

2006 (Aug): Played 'The Boy', in the Educational Video 'Think You Know?' (Boys Version), warning children about the dangers of the internet. Filmed in Wimbledon, by Straker films, Nick Straker, directing.

2006 (Apr): Played a boy in a park, asking for a piece of chicken, in a 'Sainsbury's commercial. filmed with Jamie Oliver in Brighton.

2006 (Apr-Aug): Played  the semi- regular part of Shaun Perkins, son of detective Terry Perkins in the ITV series  'The Bill'. Filming in London. Various directors.
 
2006 (Mar): Played 'Robert' in the BBC series 'Sorted' (Episode 4) Directed by Marc Jobst. Filmed on location in Manchester.

2006 (Mar): Played 'Kevin Dobson' in the BBC daytime soap 'Doctors' (Series 8, Episode 35, 'Fighting Talk') Directed by Piotre Szkopiak. Filmed on location in Birmingham, and at The Mill studios, Birmingham.

2005 (Nov): Played 'Charlie' in the short film 'Runaways'. Directed by Zaheer Ahmad, for ESA films. Filmed on location in Havestock, Essex.

2005 (Aug): Played Paul Cezanne Jr, and Young Cezanne, in the BBC mini series 'The Impressionists' (Episode 3) Directed by Tim Dunn. Filmed on Location in Oppede, and Aix, South France

2005 (Apr): Played 'Liam' in BBC TV's 'Casualty' (Series 19, Episode 45 'Aftermath') Directed by Rhys Powis. Filmed on location and in the Casualty studio, Bristol

2005 (Feb-Mar): Played 'Young MacDuff', in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of 'Macbeth' at the Albery Theatre, St Martins Lane, London. Directed by Dominic Cooke
 
2004 (Nov): Played 'Peter' in a student film, 'Beneath the Steel Sky', directed by Sunny Audit. Filmed on Location in Milton Keynes, Twickenham and Dartford

2004 (Oct): Played 'Boy' in the short film 'Dialogue for One', directed by Jeremy Bond. Filmed on Location at Kingston, Surrey

2004 (Sept): Played 'Young Guthrie', in the short film 'The Real Guthrie', directed by Jason Williams Filmed on Location at Camber Sands, Sussex.

2004 (Aug): Played Thomas, in the Nokia Shorts Competition Entry, 'There's No Santa Dumbass', directed by Pier Van Tijn, produced by Pye Films. Filmed on Location in Finchley, London

2004 (Feb-Oct): Played Nathan, in the National Tour of 'The Full Monty', performing at various venues throughout the UK.
 
2003 (Dec) - 2004 (Jan): Played The Boy, in Bill Alexander's 'The Snowman', at the Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London.

2003 (Aug): Bullied child in title scenes and Body Double, for Sky TV programme, 'Little Monsters', filmed on location at Canning Town, London.

2003 (May-Jun): Played Thomas, in Christopher Durang's 'Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it all to You', Barons Court Theatre, Hammersmith, London. Directed by Jeremy Bond.

2002 (Dec): Played child of 'Family 2' in a 'Kentucky Fried Chicken Bargain Bucket' ad., filming on location at Wood Green, North London.

2002 (Aug) - 2003 (May): Played Junior Ensemble character, Rolf, in the stage musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, at the London Palladium, Argyl Street, London.

2002 (Mch): Various background characters in BBC TV show '15 Stories High', location filming at Lewisham Swimming Baths, London

2002 (Mch): Young Footballer in a 'Nationwide Building Society' Ad., filming on location at Hackney Marshes, London.

2002 (Mch-Apr): Played in various comedy sketches for the adult BBC TV show, 'TV to Go', filming at the BBC Studios, and on location in Hammersmith, London.

2001 (Jan-Apr): Played Medea's son, in 'Medea', Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue,
London. Directed by Debora Warner.

2000 (Oct): Won lead role of 'Poor Baby' in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Whistle Down The Wind', Aldwich Theatre, London. Unfortunately the show closed before he had the chance to play the part.


Plus 3 different stage and Dance school productions, performing at Chatham Central Hall, Chatham,- Queens Theatre, Hornchurch,- London Palladium, London.

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