Callum O'Neill (Angus)

Theatre Credits Include: Alex in Passing Places, Rev'd Sandy Lindsay in Flouers O' Edinburgh and Isidore in The Magistrate (all Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Rent Boy in Trainspotting (Putney Arts Theatre); Cassio in Othello (UK Tour); Macduff in Macbeth (Edinburgh); Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (UK tour).

Television Credits Include: Dean Provan, the murderer in Taggart (a personal ambition fulfilled!!); Brad Parks in Casualty, a father with moderate learning difficulties; AndrĂ© Heinz in Emmy award-winning Ten Days to D-Day, a French Resistance Spy; Glen in Rob Schiller's comedy Clone, a security agent to Mark Gatiss' Colonel Black. 

Finally, you're more likely to recognise Callum's voice than his name or face. Voicing hundreds of national and international TV and radio commercials from his base in London, including commercials for at least half a dozen different whisky brands, he has earned the industry moniker, 'The Scottish Voice'. For Hollywood, Callum's most famous voice role was that of Wee Dingwall in DisneyPixar's 2012 Summer blockbuster BRAVE.

Callum is very proud to be selected as a company member of Jamie Lloyd Productions, especially as Macbeth is his favourite Shakespeare play.