RADA Shakespeare Awards
Kevin Trainor is an actor, RADA graduate and freelance teacher. Notable screen credits include Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy (Revolution Studios), John Adams (HBO), The Cafe (two series, Sky 1) and Utopia (C4). Kevin has been a member of the RSC, and worked extensively in London and regional theatre. West End: Bent, Six Degrees of Separation, and Playboy of the Western World. Other theatre work includes: Twelfth Night, Comedy of Errors, Solstice, and Eric LaRue (RSC); Love’s Labours Lost (Dir. Sir Peter Hall at The Rose, Kingston); 2000 Feet Away (Bush); Lost Monsters (Liverpool Everyman); Jonathan Harvey’s Canary (ETT/Liverpool Playhouse) for which he received the 2010 Liverpool Post Best Actor Award. Kevin most recently played the title role of Dr Faustus in a coproduction by Glasgow Citizens Theatre and WYP (Leeds). He has a keen interest in sharing techniques and practices he has learnt in various rehearsal rooms with students of Shakespeare and other classical authors. Alongside this, he works with several organisations which aim to empower communities by releasing their creativity.