Episode 024 - Lauren Hall

August 4, 2016

From Musical Theatre classics such as Gypsy, 42nd Street and Singin' in the Rain to modern pieces such as Jersey Boys and Loserville, Lauren Hall has been at the forefront of some of the most successful Musicals. Lauren sits down with Adam to discuss growing up in Newcastle, moving to London to train and her career highlights including making her West-End debut and travelling the world doing what she loves. Lauren also shares valuable advice for anyone wanting a career within theatre. 


This episode is the last in the first series of The Actors Studio Flat. Series 2 will commence in September of this year. Be sure to check out Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the progress of the podcast. 


The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 023 - Harry Attwell

July 22, 2016

Harry Attwell has worked extensively within TV, Film and Theatre. Friends for over seven years, Harry sits down and chats with Adam about his various experiences including various Shakespeare plays that he has performed all around the world, from London to Denmark to Broadway and back again. Harry also goes into detail about various TV and Film credits as well as some sound advice for anyone looking to have a varied acting career. Harry also discusses his personal methods of understanding and appreciating somewhat challenging texts in this fantastic interview. 


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Episode 022 - Robert Lonsdale

July 15, 2016

Star of E4's 'Chewing Gum', Robert Lonsdale epitomises the term 'versatile'. Rob has worked extensively within TV, Film and Theatre. From growing up in Huddersfield to appearing on Broadway, as well as countless appearances in TV shows and making his West-End debut, Rob and Adam chat about the ups and downs in this frank, down-to-earth and inspiring conversation. 


The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 021 - Alison Larnder

July 8, 2016

On the six year anniversary of the production that Alison and Adam met, the two of them sit down to discuss what Alison has been up to since, plus her journey beginning with falling for performing from a young age. Stephen Sondheim's 'Assassins' is discussed, plus the ups and downs (quite literally) of working as a performer onboard cruise ships. Alison also gives a detailed breakdown of a passion project of hers, writing and producing TV comedy drama pilot - 'Kidz Time TV'. This is a fascinating conversation that covers many aspects of life as a performer on both stage and screen. 


The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 020 - Shaun McCourt

July 1, 2016

Currently appearing in the critically acclaimed 'Railway Children' at The Kings Cross Theatre, actor Shaun McCourt sits down to chat with Adam about his journey within the world of theatre. The two of them reminisce about their time touring the UK in 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' as well as the ups and downs of touring life. Shaun also discusses making his West End debut in 'War Horse' as well as what the future holds for him. 


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Episode 019 - Ewen MacIntosh

June 24, 2016

Ewen Macintosh is the guest for episode 019 of the Actors Studio Flat Podcast. Best known for playing 'Keith', in the iconic British Comedy 'The Office', Ewen sits down with Adam to discuss life after the office, what he enjoys most about being a working actor in London and how he got started in the business. Ewen also gives a detailed account of his time on set with Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, with fantastic anecdotes aplenty.

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 018 - Camilla Beeput

June 17, 2016

Camilla Beeput has starred on The West End Stage, played the lead in Independent and big-budget feature films and appeared in TV shows including 'Birds of a Feather' and 'Peep Show'. Camilla joins Adam to chat about making the transition from musicals to TV work, how she followed her passion from a very young age as well as offering advice to anyone pursuing a similar career path. Throw in a cheeky Johnny Depp anecdote for good measure and we have a fantastic episode for you to enjoy!

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Episode 017 - Sasha Regan

June 10, 2016

The Union Theatre is Adam's favourite London venue, in this interview, he sits down to chat with Award-Winning Producer, Director and founder of the theatre; Sasha Regan. Sasha goes into detail about how the Union Theatre came to be, she explains in great detail the ups and downs of running a theatre and what went through her head the moment she received her notice. The future is bright for the new Union Theatre opening very soon, and Sasha gives a detailed account of her day-to-day duties as well as reflecting on standout productions of The Union's past. 

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 016 - Graham Cole OBE (Part 2)

June 6, 2016

In the second part of this interview, Graham Cole sits down with Adam to discuss his most famous role, PC Tony Stamp in 'The Bill'. Graham gives a detailed account of his early days on the show, becoming a household name and the aftermath of playing such an iconic character. Casually receiving an OBE from Prince Charles, Graham talks about all of his charity work that lead him to that prestigious honour. 

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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Episode 015 - Graham Cole OBE (Part 1)

June 3, 2016

Graham Cole is best known for portraying PC Tony Stamp in ‘The Bill’ for over two decades. However, Graham’s journey to The Bill is fascinating and makes for a wonderful story as he sits down with Adam to discuss working within repertory theatre, musicals and much much more. The first of two parts, Graham also hands out sound advice for any potential actor within theatre and TV.  

The thoughts and opinions expressed here are those of the individual guest alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, colleagues or Adam Jarrell, creator of 'The Actors Studio Flat'.

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