Theo grew up in West London and discovered his love of acting while taking a politics degree in Durham and Heidelberg. He then trained at ArtsEd, graduating in 2018.
He has been thrown straight in at the deep-end with a few commercials already under his belt. One of these led him to feature in The Wayback – an award-winning project supporting those with dementia.
He won Best Actor for The Noctambulist at the Durham Drama Festival and took three shows to the Edinburgh Fringe. In Heidelberg he used his German heritage performing in a German Sketch Comedy Troupe - (which was interesting to say the least!). He was also a bumbling Conrade in an international tour of Much Ado About Nothing.
Theo is always looking for ways to combine his love for sports, travel and languages. To date he has been a ski instructor in Canada, surfed on three continents and even sky dived over the Namib Desert. Whilst his injury list is quite extensive from extreme sports, he has yet to learn his lesson and always yearns for the next adrenaline-fuelled venture.
In his spare time, he is a tour guide of London – particularly of historic pubs!