Bradley Clarkson

Ben

Bradley is originally from Hertfordshire and trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Whilst there, he appeared as a finalist on ITV’s Grease Is the Word.

Theatre includes: Tom Buchanan/Meyer Wolfsheim in Gatsby (Leicester Square); Heinrich von Aeschelman in Savage (Arts Theatre); Edmund in Flames (Waterloo East); Jimmie Shields in The Tailor-Made Man (Arts); Norman Bartholomew in Murderer (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Philip A S Franklin in 41N 50W (the Other Palace/Davenport Studios, New York); Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatre Royal Windsor); Norman in Dreamboats and Petticoats (Playhouse); Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls (Gordon Craig, Stevenage); Mark in Our Day Out (Royal Court, Liverpool); Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds/Anvil Arts, Basingstoke); Arthur in Come Dancing (Theatre Royal Stratford East); various roles in NewsRevue (Canal Café) and Alex in When Midnight Strikes (Finborough). Bradley regularly appears as Nick Massi in the UK tour of Big Girls Don’t Cry (Peel Talent).

Film includes: Specsavers commercial (Papawrongi TV); La Boulangère commercial (Aspect Film and Video); the title role in Tom (Rockfall Films); Harvey in Facade (RHUL Films) and Sylvester in A Couple of Clowns (NFTS). Voice-over credits: Ted Glen and PC Selby in Postman Pat: Special Delivery Service (DreamWorks Animation for the BBC) and various voices in the feature film Postman Pat - the Movie (Classic Media/RGH Entertainment); Woburn Safari Park radio advert campaign with Miranda Hart (Global Radio) and the voice for L’Oréal Infallible make-up commercials (TAG Worldwide).

Original cast recording includes: Big Girls Don’t Cry, Flames and When Midnight Strikes.