(My award winning Ahaarrrr short about a hellish Voice Over session is at the bottom of this homepage. Scroll down!)
Newish Stuff: recorded ‘Hal’ with comedian Hal Cruttenden playing about 10 characters. It’s on Radio 4. On now!
New stuff: New series of Noddy Toyland Detective records Monday and the rest of the year.
I’m the voice on C4’s ‘One Born Every Minute’. Recorded it in Cardiff.
My latest acting reel is at the bottom of this column. My animation reel is on the right. Games reels up are here on the right!
My comedy band The Rudy Vees’ promo vid is up on the right fourth down. We’re recording vocals for the album! Out soon!
May change the Rudies name in conjunction with an idea I have for a You Tube Show
Five down is a Channel 4 High Speed Formula1 Radio Promo which is just showing off really.
And there’s an Assassin’s Creed Syndicate ‘Pain’ reel at the bottom on the right
I’m pitching my musical ‘Doodle’ (formerly The Bouncing Doodle U Boat’) which I’ve written with American Idol’s Andy Street. There are pics of the half hour we did at the Lost Theatre on the Musicals page. Did a good reading at So & So Arts Club! And another in Kydd Towers. Got it down to 2 hours! Works well! I’ve recorded a radio ‘mood reel’ version which is up on Vimeo. Ask me for the password! Here’s the trailer for the mood reel.
New Voice over radio idea being pitched by Made in Manchester.
Film screen play half written! Hope to shoot it next year with Joe Greco! Very Indie!
Here’s a vid of me doing some recent voice overs in the studio in a compilation on the right!
I’m broadcasting with the Chelsea Fancast podcast with the legendary Stamford Chidge at the mo ! The show won the Football Blog Awards Best Podcast last season! I’m on practically every Monday! The Blues are doing more than ok under Conte! Kante just voted PFA footballer of the year!
Gazprom CFC vid I shot last year is up on the Chelsea page.
Voice over wise!…….I’m doing the Mitsubishi ads on Talksport..just done another LV100 vans one! ..and Virgin Radio and Talkradio Did a doco series called Airport Alert – and some singing for McCasso! And another doc for Discovery. Plus masses of Fox promos! And BBC Panorama and BBC World News! And Animal Planet. And Voice of God again for Times Best Small Businesses! And Film 4! And Film Fear! And Quest! And MTV! And C5! And ‘Hitler’s Games’ and ‘JFK’ docos for GreenRock! And ‘Mister Men’ for Heathrow. And Mitsubishi online! And a Nissan Radio! And Radox And more Beechams! And Al-Jazeerah! Did ‘National Treasure’ for C4. And Scy-Fy Exorcist! And Librarians! And `Bitten! And ‘Genius’ for Nat Geo. And Saturday Night Shocks’ for Film 4. And BT Sport for Talksport. More Panorama. And ‘Africa’s Deadliest’ documentaries for Nat Geo Wild.
As I said I’m in Noddy Toyland Detective for Dreamworks playing 7 characters in 52 episodes including ‘Big Ears’ and a robot called ‘Fuse‘ and a parrot called ‘Scurvy’. It’s on now on Milkshake! I’ve also done the US version! Big ears is ‘Mr Squeaks!’. It’s on Sprout now! New series this year!
Did the Canal Cafe Theatre in Little Venice, Rabbit Hole in Hampstead. And the Phoenix Artist Club. & Boogaloo in Highgate went down a storm! Gig at Rock n Roll Kabaret at Proud Camden was great! Gig at Water Rats fab also. Canal Cafe 3 gigs great fun and well attended. The Miller with Prettypeople excellent! I got hugged by a fan! Chickenshed gig in Cockfosters was with an all star stand up cast and was excellent! Rudy Vees Channel on You Tube!
There’s a new ‘accents of the world‘ vid on Voiceovers within! And a vid of me voicing in the studio.
There’s a C4 Railway Man vid voiced by me and a Film 4 Twelve Years a Slave vid here on the right at the bottom
I’ve written a book about acting! Tentatively titled “Faark: An actor’s Diary Part One August to April”. Finished it! Now working out where to send it! Will record it on You Tube.
I spoke about my dad Sam Kydd in Rickmansworth for Renown Films and Talking Pictures TV in Feb in front of 600 people. Went really well. I’ve found an unpublished autobiography in my mum’s loft. There’s to be a blue plaque for him on my mum’s house. He made 240 films, the most ever made by a British actor. Have a look at his page on this site.
Here’s the acting reel.