Adam Ewan

Voice for the Actor – African Gothic, The Living and the Dead, Pride, Colour of Magic

Adam is a professional actor and graduate of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
For Wilkes Academy, Adam specialises in phonetics, accents, and effective use of the voice, alongside modern acting techniques and improvisation. He also runs audition and business workshops to prepare students for professional life.

As an actor, Adam’s credits include:

Theatre: African Gothic (Two Sheds at Park Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre Royal Bristol), The Wind In The Willows (Redgrave Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (RSC Swan), Aladdin (Watford Palace Theatre), A Christian Turn’d Turk (Read Not Dead at Shakespeare’s Globe), The Honourable History of Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Read Not Dead at Shakespeare’s Globe).

Television: Holby City (BBC), The Colour Of Magic (Mob Films), He Kills Coppers (Ecosse), Kiss of Death (BBC), Mistresses (Ecosse), Quacks (Lucky Giant/ NBC Universal) and The Living and the Dead (BBC Grafton House Prods).

Film: Morris: A Life With Bells On (Twist Films), A Closed Book (Feature Prods), Pride (Proud Films) and The Chameleon (October Films).