• Name : Tommy Bell
  • Height : 6'1 (185 cm)
  • Physique : Slim
  • Hair Color : Medium Brown
  • Eye Color : Blue
  • Date of Birth : 04/12/00

    Hi there! My name is Tommy Bell and I enjoy long walks on the beach, drinking piña coladas, and being caught in the rain. My main skills include; An excellent Cher impersonation, an extraordinary capability to retain quotes from “Gavin & Stacey”, a deceptively large appetite, a distinct capacity to obsess (most passionately over Game Of Thrones), and a flair for prespending. I suppose my major flaw is narcissism, but don’t worry, what I lack in humbleness I more than make up for in self deprecating humour. I mean, I’m class, but I suck. I am best known as a more comically inclined actor, but I’m very versatile I promise. Also, though most of my experience comes from Musical Theatre, (in fact you can read one of my many stellar reviews at BelfastLive.com... I warned you about the narcissism), I like to think of myself as more of an Imelda Staunton (an actor who sings) than an Elaine Paige (a singer who acts). Anyway, thanks for listening, I hope you like me. I have been, and will continue to be Tommy Bell.

    McMaster’s Stage School
    Seanín Brennan acting course (voiceover and stage acting)
    TMNI screen acting workshop
    A-Level Drama and Theatre Studies (pending)
    GCSE Drama (A*)

    Theatre Experience:
    Oct 2018 | Production: Grease | Role: Eugene | Directed by Neil Keery | Produced by Ulster Operatic Society
    Oct 2018 | Production: Carrie| Role: Mr Stephens | Directed by Johnny Brown | Produced by Belvoir Players
    July 2018 | Production: Spring Awakening| Role: Ernest | Directed by Ross White | Produced by Belvoir Players
    Aug 2018 | Production:Grease| Role: Sonny | Directed by Kim Marston | Produced by MMK Productions
    May 2018 | Production: Les Miserables | Role: Thernardier | Directed by Jordan Walsh | Produced by BMDS
    Sept 2017 | Production: Rock of Ages | Role: Candy | Directed by Jordan Walsh | Produced by BMDS

    Musical Theatre DipLCM
    Tap Dancing

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