Marlon G. Day
Training: Birmingham School of Acting.
Television includes: Al Wakeham in Coronation Street (ITV); Chris in Kiss of Death (Talos/October Films); Guy Goodey in 4 O’Clock Club (BBC); Harvey Simpson in Suspicion (October Films); Coronation Street (ITV); Josh Trimmer in Doctors (BBC); Charlie Pollard in Dark Matters (Wide-Eyed Entertainment); Leroy in Breaking the Business – pilot (311 Films); Jim in Ideal 2 (Baby Cow Productions/BBC) and The Chase (Rollem Productions).
Film includes: Mark in 90 Minutes (El Capitan); Holt in Deny Everything (Reality Shift Productions); Ticket Clerk in Pride (Pathe); B in Hackney’s Finest (Iona Films/Framestore); Barman in I Against I (Stray Dogs Films); Young Bert in The Fallen (Channel Four); Ray in Private Life (Mad Cat Films) and Darren in Two Heels and a Baby (Community Rites).
Theatre includes: Les in Bouncers (Liverpool Royal Court); History in Patience (Bush Theatre); Lloyd in Meat (Albany Theatre); Henry Ross in Harriet Tubman; Rakesh in Tryst With Destiny (Tara Theatre); Leonardo in Blood Wedding (Southwark Playhouse); Boy in A Taste of Honey; Peter in A Big Stuff (Arts Depot); Ty in Safe – workshop (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Xeneca in Tempting Cannibal (Contact Theatre); Edward in Spark (M6 Theatre); Lucas in Cooling Off; Sergeant in Live & Direct (Contact Theatre); Anthony in Lyrikal Flavas (Contact Theatre); Son in My Fathers House and Jonessey in The Street Nobody Knows (London New Play Festival).