Originally from London, Jamie began acting as a boy of 10 years old entering the Watford festival with his best friend with a duologue from Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers. The boys would go on to win the festivals trophy and from then on were hooked. Jamie went on to train with The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and at 17 was awarded a full scholarship to LAMDA. Since graduating his work includes Anthony and Cleopatra and Coriolanus with the RSC, Giles Corrie in The Crucible, Buff in Suburbia, Hanschen Rilov in Spring Awakening, Robbie Ash in Tanika Gupta’s critically acclaimed rewrite of Hobsons Choice at the Young Vic, Rodolfo in Millers classic A View From The Bridge at Manchester’s Octagon, Kyle in the hit world premier of Joe de Piedros Fucking Men in London’s West End and in Australia his debut last year as Patrick Simmons in Agatha Christie’s A Murder is Announced national tour. His TV work includes leading roles in BBC shows Doctors, Getting Hurt and Josh in BBC Drama In Deep, series regular Allen in Channel 4′s ground breaking, award winning show As If and in Australia as Albert Duke in Underbelly Razor and Philly B in series 1 and 2 of In Your Dreams. His feature film roles include Bob in Devil’s Gate, Steve in Shaking Dreamland, Tom in Big Font Large Spacing and Wez in 2013′s Aussie comedy horror 100 Bloody Acres. Guest spots include ITV’s The Bill and Australia’s Rescue Special Ops. Jamie is thrilled to be part of this cast of Blood Brothers, one of his favourite musicals.