Chris Povey

  • Actor
    Male / Staffordshire
  • Ethnicity
    Age Range
    27 - 37
    6' (1m 83cm)
    15st. 2lb (96kg)
    Hair Colour
    Eye Colour
  • Images


    • video file (mp4)
    • video file (mp4)
  • Links



YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2019Man on Phone - speaking role
Film (Feature)
Hope’s Game
Craig Ostrouchow
Dark Matter Cinema
2019L&D Staff
Film (Short)
Liaison & Diversion Services Coventry
Darren Teale, Suzanne James
Junction 15 Productions, NHS England
Bloxwich Police Station
2019Jack - leading role
Film (Student)
Messiah Complex
Arron Thomas
Staffordshire University
2019ARP Warden Hodges, Ivy Samways
Dad's Army
Martin Popov
Stone Revellers
One Man, Two Guvnors
Harri Bailey
Stone Revellers
2017Officer Klein
Arsenic and Old Lace
Ann Williams
Stoke Rep Players
Stoke Repertory Theatre
2016Multiple roles - speaking
Romeo and Juliet
Laura Harvey
Stage Productions
Stoke Repertory Theatre
2016Lord, Messenger - speaking roles
Brian Rawlins
Stoke Rep Players
Stoke Repertory Theatre
  • Education

    2013Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)University of Sheffield

    Additional Skills

    Stagefight: ECSPC Screen Combat Level 4

    Stagefight: ECSPC Performance Combat Level 1

    Stagefight courses led by Raph Aldis - Professional Fight Director.

    British Sign Language - Introductory Level (already signed up for Full Level 1 qualification).

    Additional Information

    Film & TV Workshops since October 2017 - monthly Workshops.

    Private Drama lessons since 2016.

    WGM Talent Workshop.

    About me

    I’m a Dentist. It all started when a Casting Director came in for a Scale & Polish, who happened to be casting a Play and well it must have been a good polish, as I got the role! I’ve always challenged myself to be open to stepping outside of my comfort zone and taking this first step as an Actor, was one of the most terrifying but life-transforming steps I’ve ever taken.

    One of the best things about acting is working within a team. I remember being cast in my first Play in Stoke, and I think it’s great how a group of people who likely know nothing about each other, then come together to make a production as good as it can be. Personally, I’ve found this to be one of the most motivating experiences I’ve took away from acting and it definitely keeps me feeling positive and hungry for the next role.

    I think being an Actor means creating a world for that person to live in and being aware of what their backstory is, so that I can hopefully, project a characters’ thoughts in a natural and believable way. This is an exciting and sometimes intimidating part of playing a role, but it’s also something I genuinely love doing.

    I am committed to improving myself and learning the craft of being an Actor. To that end, I have been attending monthly Film & TV Workshops, completed a Screen Combat course and performed in Theatre groups and Film productions across Staffordshire. I also want to keep stepping outside my comfort zone: I have recently completed my Introductory Level in British Sign Language, which was an amazing but challenging experience that has taught me there are many different and intricate ways we can communicate.

    So far in 2020, I have been working on a character for a Feature Film and filming scenes to form a ‘Showreel’ of my work. I’ve had a keen interest in Drama from a young age but I did not have the confidence to follow it through. This is now my passion, and I will give you everything I have.

  • Skills

    Skin Colour
    • White
    Accents (North American)
    • Southern American
    Perform nude?
    • Only Professionally
    Stage Combat Skills
    • Advanced
    Driving Licences
    • Standard
    Native accent
    • English
    DBS checked
    • Yes
    Interested in
    • Comedy
    • Commercials
    • Corporate
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Music Videos
    • Presenting
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Accents (UK)
    • English, standard
    • RP
    • Shropshire
    • Stafford