Paul Cresser

Paul Cresser

 Actor  Presenter  Model  Extra

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  • Playing Age: from 39 to 51
    Location: Southampton
    Gender: Male

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About Me

Actor. Model.



 -  Corporate
 -  Film (Student)
 -  Promotions
 -  Theatre (Professional)


 -  Birmingham
 -  Cornish
 -  Devon
 -  London
 -  Scottish
 -  Welsh

Employment History & Experience

TV/film McDonald & Dodds (Playing 'Attractive Man')
World’s Most Evil Killers (Playing Patrick Kearney)
For The Fallen 2: Home Front (Online anthology, playing Leonard Smith)
Virgin Media/Southampton FC promotion (playing an LGBT fan)
Pentax (student film, playing Stanley)
Cold Cards (student film, playing Knees)
Operation NHS Fraud (playing a juror)
Ethics in Ministry (Training video, playing Stephen a vicar)

Plays Code of Condemnation (playing McBride, a Naval Officer)
The Railway Children (playing Perks)
And Then There Were None (playing Philip Lombard)
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (playing Dirk Gently)
Monstrous Regiment (playing Maladict, a vampire)
Fumed Oak (Playing Henry Gow)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (playing Flute/Thisbe)
Absurd Person Singular (playing Geoffrey)
Betrayal (playing Jerry)
The Great Gatsby (playing Nick Carraway)
The Diary of Anne Frank (playing a German soldier)
Evita (Mayflower Theatre, as an extra)
Pub Quiz of the Sexes (playing Chris)
Immaculate (playing Michael)
Dear Antoine (playing Marcellin)
Lady Windermere’s Fan (playing Lord Darlington)
How the Other Half Loves (playing Bob)
Hotel UFO (playing Boy)



 -  Corporate

Employment History & Experience

MC and main interviewer for the Battlefield 3, 4, 5 & 6 Doctor Who conventions – this involved interviewing the guests, including Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, providing links and introductions, hosting an auction and performing in the evening Cabaret - a mixture of sketches and game shows.


Employment History & Experience

Several photoshoots for Bella and Take a Break magazines, on one occasion posing nude

Extras Work, Partipant, Contestant


 -  Film
 -  Film (Professional)
 -  Magazine Features
 -  Promotional Work
 -  Theatre
 -  TV Contestant
 -  TV Shows

Employment History & Experience

Victoria and Albert (Oct-Dec 2000 playing a palace footman)
Darwin (playing a graduate)
Holby City (playing a travel agent)
Up Rising (Tiger Aspect, playing Jim)
Castrol corporate video (playing a runner)
That Girl From Rio (playing an office worker)
Casualty (playing a nurse)
The Mayor of Casterbridge (playing one of Henchard’s workers)
Coldplay (Pop Video)
The Fitz (playing a shopkeeper)
Other People's Children (BBC playing a train passenger)
David Copperfield (BBC, playing young man)
EastEnders (BBC, playing a gay clubber)
The Bill (Thames, various background parts)
Rugby World Cup Promotion (ITV, playing a Scotsman)
Terra Nostra (Samba Films, playing an Italian Emigrant)
Wives and Daughters (BBC, playing a sailor)
Mrs Bradley's Mysteries (BBC, playing a policeman)
Warriors (BBC playing a NATO soldier)
Sky TV advertisement (playing a TV watching beachgoer)
Centreparcs Advertisement (playing a tennis player)
Hollyoaks (playing a passerby)
Passion (Australian film, playing a World War One soldier)
Frenchman 's Creek (Carlton, playing the priest)
Vanity Fair (BBC, playing a soldier)

Physical Details

White/ Caucasian
Skin Colour:
5 ft 10 in
12 st 0 lb
Dress Size:
40 in
32 in
Shoe Size:
8 UK
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Experience & Qualifications

General Experience

Role Playing I worked on a 2 month contract as a role player for Abbey Life during an assessment exercise.

Murder Mysteries I have appeared in several murder mystery evenings for SUP Theatre Company and Murdered For Money, including The Wedding Party, I’m Your Number One Fang!, A Brief Period of Rejoicing and Beware the Easter Bunny.
Promotions Lynx Man promoting the new triple blade razor, Bell Boy in various shopping centre promotions and part of a promotion for Netscape Internet service in central London.

Other TV Contestant on Bruce Forsyth's Generation Game in 1994.

Other Information

Interests & Hobbies

Gym, cycling, Doctor Who

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