Full screen

Productions whilst at RADA

  • Eugene
    Broadway Bound directed by Geraldine Alexander
  • Guiseppe Zangara
    Assassins directed by Nona Shepphard
  • Paul Wolfowitz / Jonathan Powell
    Stuff Happens directed by Edward Kemp
  • Skyve
    Nightswims (short film) directed by James Larkin
  • Compère
    Deadpan (short film) directed by Edward Hicks
  • Little Boy / Penny Beard & Moustache / Huntsman
    Alice's Wunderland (radio) directed by Jeremy Mortimer
  • Co-pilot
    Control (radio) directed by Jeremy Mortimer
  • Artist / Rottcodd
    The History of Titus Groan (radio) directed by Jeremy Mortimer
  • Gonzalo
    The Tempest directed by James Bonas
  • Waitwell
    The Way of the World directed by Kath Rogers
  • Angelo
    Measure for Measure directed by John Gillett
  • Hecuba / Chorus
    The Women of Troy directed by Di Trevis and Shona Morris

Voice reels

The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh
Vieux Carré by Tennessee Williams
Finishing the Hat by Stephen Sondheim
King Henry
Henry V by William Shakespeare

Special skills

  • Stage Combat (BASSC) Distinction;
  • Good ear for accents including: RP, Galway, Cockney, Deep South USA, Estuary;
  • Singing: Tenor;
  • Dance: Period, Jazz, Flamenco;
  • Music: Violin (advanced);
  • Languages: Armenian (fluent), French (advanced);
  • American driving licence.

Previous experience

  • Yale University: BA cum laude, English and Theater Studies major with distinction. Winner of the Louis Sudler Prize for the Performing Arts.
  • Theatre whilst at Yale includes:
  • Prospero, The Tempest; Lady Bracknell, The Importance of Being Earnest;
  • Bottom, A Midsummer Night’s Dream;
  • Ludwig, Valhalla;
  • Malvolio, Twelfth Night.
  • Other theatre:
  • Moth, Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare & Company) dir. Lisa Wolpe;
  • Soldier/Ensemble, Mother Courage and Her Children (Shakespeare & Company) dir. Tony Simotes;
  • Gentleman/Ensemble, King Lear (Shakespeare & Company) dir. Rebecca Holderness.

Eric is also a playwright and a winner of the Marina Keegan Playwriting Award.


Literature, astronomy, food, music, cycling, swimming, running, travelling, working with children.