Edward Trained at Cambridge University, where his roles included Mikhail Bulgakov in Memoirs of a Dead Man and Claudio in a European tour of Measure for Measure. He performed with the Cambridge Footlights in Far Too Happy, which toured extensively in the UK and was nominated for one of the country’s most prestigious comedy awards. He also co-wrote and directed Hamlet! The Musical which had a number of sell-out runs in Cambridge, at the Edinburgh Festival and on tour in Taiwan.

Since graduation, Edward has worked extensively with the Steam Industry Theatre Company on their pioneering and award-winning outdoor seasons at The Scoop theatre in central London. Other productions include a revival of Falkland Sound at the Finborough Theatre,  At The Hop with Forest Forge Theatre Company, The Day The Earth Wobbled a Bit at the Sir John Mills Theatre in Ipswich, an adaptation of Paolo Coehlo’s The Alchemist with James Seabright Productions and The Bacchai at the Royal National Theatre.

 Being half-German and having worked in a literary agency for a time after graduation, Edward found some unique challenges in playing the character Evan, who struggles with the German language and secretly dreams of getting into publishing. Edward currently lives in a falling-down library in North London and when not acting he enjoys playing music and persuading his Netherlands-born girlfriend that he really can speak Dutch.