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I am Jonathan aka @mistereuk

Actor & Extra: Film, TV, TVC & VO – This site is specific to my work and the areas of my craft I am especially interested in. I am happy you’re here…

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Me * JAE

This section is About my, past and present, specifically: Film, TV, TVC & VO Roles

  • 1975-02-20

    Casino Career

    Casino Operative, 20 years: London, Europe, Africa; working in Le Touquet, Pas de Calais, France for 2 summer seasons (1990/91) - I also have extensively travelled, living and soldering in Australia, and Central Africa during the 1970's. I am able and willing to take direction and offer a wealth of direct experience in many fields.

  • 1997-12-09

    HPD Software

    10 years as a Network Analyst as well as roles in Client services, a second tier technical role, from 1997 - 2007. HPD helps deliver better working capital solutions to a wide range of businesses and create a superior experience for our clients' partners anywhere in the world. HPD is based, in Putney, SW London. With additional offices in the United States and Australia

  • 2007-01-09

    Ixchel Ha Conservation Trust

    Conserved and Protected 32 acres of Pristine Rain Forest Belize CA - Lived in the Jungles of Southern Belize Toledo district, from 2007 - 2014. Conservation > Sustainability > Permaculture > Food Forest Model > Rain Forest > Wild Life > Moho River > Boom Creek

  • 2016-02-15

    J A Ellis as a TV/Film Extra (SA)

    Began as an Extra - Supporting Artiste (SA) in Early 2016; I have been featured several times and have been offered lead roles on 4 occasions. I am professional, reliable & easy to work with, good at taking/interpreting direction. Now after 12 months, I am well versed in set protocol/etiquette. I am planning to pursue: Actors Training, Workshops, including [but not exclusively] Voice and [perhaps] stage combat. Refer to Portfolio Section below, to review the projects with which I was involved 2016 - 2017

Credits

  • Film

    Lead/Featured: Shorts*2, Student*6 & Mainstream*1

  • TV

    Featured*0, Lead*1

  • TVC

    Television Commercials - Featured*1 - Lead*0

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Travel to Pinewood

Travel - via Public Transport - to Pinewood Studios, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath SL0 0NH

Travel to Pinewood

Travelling to Pinewood Studios is fairley simple via personal transport: Car, Van, Minibus, even bicycle. Yet by Public Transport: Over ground Rail, Underground & Bus, it is quite a challenge, especially if one hasn’t done this trip before.

I found myself in this situation, April 2017

This post was created to ease the struggle of finding the best way to get to, that all important “Costume Fitting” or Crucial “Call Time”  specifically from Central London.

This post is assuming that [your] production has made a transit bus available to and from Uxbridge Station … Check with your agency, just incase.

 

Uxbridge
Uxbridge Underground Station

My first [out bound] journey, for a Costume Fitting, took 2 1/2 hours. Travelling home sliced and hour off this first trip.

Call time: 12:00
Left Home SE13: 08:45
12 minutes to DLR
30 minutes Train to Bank
5 minute transfer to Central line
12 minutes to Holborn
NO INTER CHANGE BETWEEN CENTRAL & PICCADILLY LINE – UNTIL AUGUST 2018
Transfer to Piccadilly Circus – on foot
Trains to Uxbridge few and far between – First @ 10:17
11:12 Arrived Uxbridge.
Note: I gave myself an hour from central London to Uxbridge. This estimate is based upon taking either Piccadilly Line or Metropolitan Line,
Uxbridge Station – Collection point is out front and not at the bus station side. Normally, parked opposite the Flower stand.
Best transfer point is Finchley Road or Baker St. But realistically anywhere along the Piccadilly or Metropolitan is fine.

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Rob Savage: VERITY

Verity: a short film.

Producer Douglas Cox

Great: Script, Production, Direction, Cast & Casting, all wonderful people.

On a very dull early summer’s day in 2016, I was contacted by an unknown [to me] casting agent, Heather Basten, seeking #actors; a general mix of people: male, female, young and not so young, to be a part of an #indie #shortfilm Verity.

Costume

Being new to the #filmaking scene, I naturally said Yes; every opportunity is another chance to learn. The offer was a featured #SA #casting, as a Séance participant. I had no idea at the time how amazing this experience would turn out to be.

Verity‘ is as at February 2017 in Post Production. Really looking forward to the 1st. screening.


Writers: Rob Savage & Cherilyn MacNeil

Producer: Douglas Cox – Shadowhouse

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The Ironic Case of the Unheard Genius

GREENWICH UNIVERSITY –  SHORT FILM

The Ironic Case of the Unheard Genius: is a University of Greenwich (Film Studies, BA Hons) ‘Fictional Short Film’ directed by Ola Jutrzonka; principle photography: April 2016, as a 2nd. year project.
It concerns the: effects, symptoms and possible cure for very rare disease known as. ‘Sporadic Fatal Insomnia‘ Not to be confused with Familial Fatal Insomnia as researched in Italy’s most famous city Venice, from the mid 18th. century.

FINAL CUT:

END NOTES

This was a project, I was very excited to be involved with. The young and inspired Production Crew, were open to many suggestions. I took full advantage of this and enhanced my performance, by changing the script to reflect the reality of the disease Sporadic Fatal Insomnia explored in the film.

  • Good script
  • Great locations
  • Hard working crew
  • Super outcome

Happy to do it all over again, although it was a gruelling 3 days.

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Portfolio

ETERNAL RETURN


fashion, photography

ETERNAL RETURN

Verity


film, indie, short

Verity

Piltdown Man


docudrama, tv

Piltdown Man

Ospreys


voice-audition, vo

Ospreys
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 ETERNAL RETURN

photographs 
JACK BUSTER 
stylist
MARGHERITA ALAIMO
make up & hair
HANNAH WILLIAMS 
set design 
BARBARA PEYNOT


KingKong online Magazine

Models

JOHN CLEWORTH | IMG 
JONATHAN ELLIS 
JONATHAN KEMP
OSCAR ECKEL

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Rob Savage: Director/Author

Dear Reader: Co author

Douglas Cox: Producer

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Piltdown Man was a paleoanthropological hoax in which bone fragments were presented as the fossilised remains of a previously unknown early human.

In 1912 amateur archaeologist Charles Dawson claimed he had discovered the “missing link” between ape and man. After finding a section of a human-like skull in Pleistocene gravel beds near Piltdown, East Sussex, Dawson contacted Arthur Smith Woodward, Keeper of Geology at the Natural History Museum. Dawson and Smith Woodward discovered more artifacts at the site, which they connected to the same individual. These included a jawbone, more skull fragments, a set of teeth, and primitive tools.

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Director/Producer Bruce Burgess
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Ospreys

by Kathleen Jamie

From  The Overhaul

You’ll be wondering why you bothered: beating
up from Senegal, just to hit a teuchit storm –
late March blizzards and raw winds – before the tilt

across the A9, to arrive, mere
hours apart, at the self-same riverside

Scots pine, and possess again the sticks and fishbones
of last year’s nest: still here, pretty much
like the rest of us – gale-battered, winter-worn,
half toppled away…..

So redd up your cradle, on the tree top,
claim your teind from the shining
estates of the firth, or the trout-stocked loch.
What do you care?  Either way,
there’ll be a few glad whispers round town today:
that’s them, baith o’them, they’re in.

 


 


 

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  • E Gibson
    Elizabeth Gibson
    Actress & Model

    Jonathan Ellis is a professional, reliable & easy, to work with, guy. Jonathan is good at interpreting his role. He is a pleasure to work with and is well versed in set protocols. I wish Jonathan every success.

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