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Other awards include Best Storyline (2006) and Most Spectacular Scene (2008).
Ewan was inspired into acting by watching his big sister perform when he was younger.
He trains at Little Stars Stage School in Appleton, where he is passionate about his acting, dancing and singing. He has also followed his big brother and Dad into cricket, and is a keen wicketkeeper, training with Cheshire County.
Television includes: Timothy Howlett in Hollyoaks, Doctors, Trollied, This in England 88, The Bill, Heartbeat, Comedy Lab – Slaterwood, Sinchronicity, Robin Hood, The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, After Thomas, Funland, Dealing with Disasters, Blackpool, Conviction, Holby City, Between the Sheets, This is Now, Heartbeat, London’s Burning, Peak Practice, Where the Heart Is, James is 12 years old and is from Sheffield where he lives with his Dad, John, his Mum, Emma and younger sister, Isobel.
James was previously a chorister at Sheffield Cathedral and attends Sheffield Performing Arts Theatre School in Sheffield, which he loves.
His regional theatre credits include Bolton Octagon, Manchester Royal Exchange, Newcastle Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, Theatre Clwyd, Watford Palace, Harrogate Theatre, Leeds Playhouse, Derby Playhouse, Leicester Haymarket, York Theatre Royal, New Vic Stoke and The West Yorkshire Playhouse.
His extensive theatre career has also included The West End, The National Theatre, The Swan Theatre, Stratford; Edinburgh Festival and many UK National Tours.William spent nearly twenty years as a leading actor with John Godbers' Hull Truck Theatre Company and has been appointed as Associate Artist of the new John Godber Company.He has performed in BOUNCERS over 750 times – more than any other actor!Reiss is currently a member of Carney Academy in Sheffield and Hot Shots Junior Theatre Group in Thurcroft, which he loves.His hobbies include drama, speedway, gaming and playing with his dog Maggie.His first ever role came in the form of Dean in Russell T Davies' critically acclaimed in 2005.