William Hazell

William Hazell

Actor – Biography

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6' 0"
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Hazel
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Will is originally from Manchester; he studied at Durham University, and then trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre includes: Yes, Prime Minister, Communicating Doors, Waiting For God, The Secret Garden, The Railway Children, and Seasons Greetings (all with Leatherhead and Swanage Rep Theatre); Dick Whittington (Kenton Theatre, Henley); Liberty Rides Forth (Waterloo East Theatre); Bayside the Musical! (The Other Palace); Dinosaurs In The Wild (Birmingham NEC); Lovers’ Vows (Camberley Theatre); The Way To Keep Him (The Mill, Guildford); New Jersey Nights (UK and China tours); The Blues Brothers Approved (UK and European tours); Dancing Queen (China tour); Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella (both at The Library Theatre, Darwen); The Last Five Years (The Rag Factory); The Hound Of The Baskervilles (Theatro Technis); Doctor Who Live (UK arena tour); La Boheme (Opera Up Close); Treasure Island (The Space); Reefer Madness (Bridewell Theatre); Fantastic Mr Fox (Brentwood Theatre); Casanova (Greenwich Playhouse); Blair On Broadway (Arts Theatre); The Roaring Girl (The Dell, RSC); The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas (Landor Theatre); and Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare’s Globe).
Audio plays include: Doctor Who: Robophobia (Big Finish Productions); Endurance (Word Of Mouth Productions); and a number of educational projects with Now Press Play.

Short films include: Reality Won't Bite (National Film & Television School); Murder In Mind (White Feather Films); Two Square Metres Of Silence (University of Bedfordshire); Copper Silver Gold (Lightly Frozen Productions); This Is Not A Love Story (Goldsmiths College); Tall, Dark & Handsome (Kingston University); You Are Whole (London Film School); Clarissa (Royal Holloway); BlackLine (Royal Holloway); and Isaac & Rebecca (Met Film School).

Will has performed around the world, on both land and at sea, and also sings with a number of different vocal groups, including The Brit Tones, The Eastcoast Boys, The Seasons, and The Somebodys.