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Harry Creffield

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Harry  is an actor and singer/songwriter from Weston-super-Mare. He has been writing and performing his own songs since the age of 15. Harry started his career playing at various music venues around the South West and headlined at The Fleece in Bristol when he was 17.

He graduated from Falmouth University with a BA (Hons.) degree in Acting in 2017. For his work in his final showcase he received the ‘AMATA Outstanding Performance Award’. He is also a member of the National Youth Theatre.

 Since graduation Harry has worked extensively in theatre. In 2018 he embarked on a 6 month tour with White Horse Theatre playing Greg in Relatively Speaking and leading roles in Two Gentlemen and Billy’s Friend. Harry was then cast in the international tour of the play Echoes of Wartime, which was based on true events. Harry played Stephen Dimes, a soldier who takes his own life while being treated in a military hospital during WW1. For this production, Harry also wrote and performed an original song.

Between tours, Harry has worked regularly with the Bristol Improv Theatre. He co-developed and starred in the improvised children’s shows Pick Your Own Panto & Pick Your Own Fairytale. He will soon appear as a supporting character in an upcoming TV drama documentary.

Harry feels very privileged to be playing Ruan and can’t wait share The Shearing Gang with the people of Cornwall.

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