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Variety is the spice of life!

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Thursday, May 5, 2022,
Amongst other things, April 2022 saw me arriving in the 90s to interview the subject of a legendary headline, getting medical, travelling to far off planets to sport a false mandible and providing my voice for an Italian pasta chef and for a group of ads for a major electronics company.

Never let it be said that I will be typecast and here's to an equally varied May!




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Busy times, Random Acts and awards

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Monday, July 10, 2017,
I haven't updated my news in a very long time as the last few months have been incredibly busy.

I am pleased to let people know that during that time, as well as various jobs:

- The short film I filmed earlier in the year, Lesley Stonker, is now live on Channel Four's Random Acts website
- A short I acted in, The Place of my Birth won a Royal Television Society West of England award 
- I completed work directing a series of seven courses of training videos for Upskill People, which are now in the...
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Life goes on...

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Wednesday, November 25, 2015,
A wonderful few months since the last update, with the British summer now a dim and distant memory.

I've kept busy with roles varying from multi-accented voiceovers and strangely attired photo shoots to the seriousness of playing a terminal patient. I've thoroughly enjoyed all the challenges that have been thrown at me. There was also the humorous distraction of a friend spotting my name in a local newspaper article in his favourite kebab shop and posting a photo to Facebook.

Since the summer,...
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