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Kieran Hardcastle

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1987 Nottingham, UK
Kieran's Parents encouraged him to be involved in small amateur productions as a child. At the age of nine, Kieran Auditioned for the highly popular 'Television Workshop' in Nottingham('ITV/Central Junior television workshop' at the time). From here, Kieran was taught along with the other members of the group by Ian Smith, to better his acting skills and perform at far higher standards than your average young actor. After a series of walk-ons (non-speaking-artist), Kieran landed his first part. 'Bernards Watch' A popular kids program, Kieran had a small part in a few episodes, leaving him hungry for more at the age of 10. Shortly after this Kieran began to attend a lot more auditions as Casting directors etc heard of the workshops reputation giving the people involved in it a far higher chance of roles. But It was not till 2001 that Kieran landed his next role. The BBC Drama 'In a Land of plenty' watched by many, Kieran played the part of a young Robert Freeman. This being a great chance for any young man wishing to enter the business to see a full cast and crew at work. 2001 being a busy year for Kieran he then landed the lead part of a Childrens Educational Drama By a company very popular with schools "Look and Read". The Title of the series 'Zzaap and the word master'. Then finally to make the year superb, Kieran auditioned for a regular cast member in the daytime TV soap 'Crossroads'. He remained in the show playing the part of 'Scott Booth', up until late 2002 when the show came to its end. The few years after, he concentrated on his school work and exams, before hearing of a great opportunity to return to the business in early 2005. Shane Meadows 'This is England'. The film beat all expectations and won a Bafta for Best British Film. Doors began to open. Since, Kieran has decided to pursue a career as an actor, and has other aspirations of also being a writer.
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