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Director Testimonials

George found a great deal of well-deserved pathos in a role I had envisioned as solely comic-- he is an actor of real versatility, unshowy charisma and the invaluable knack of generosity-- he made me wish I'd given him a much bigger part.

Rory Attwood, director, Twelfth Night
The Greenwich Theatre/touring, January 2012

George is an extremely talented actor who excels at comedy, yet is able to spin humour on its head to deliver lines with an affecting sense of menace and power. Hard working, hilarious and creative, George is someone who we would gladly work with again and again.

 

James Mackenzie-Thorpe, director, The Tempest

The Barons Court Theatre, February 2013

I had the pleasure of directing George Collie in 2012 in my new show The Rules of the Game.  George proved himself a capable and versatile actor, professional in his approach and very much a team-player.  He contributed greatly to the rehearsal process and gave solid performances throughout the run.  I'd be glad to work with him again in future.

Andy Taylor, director, The Rules of the Game
The Barons Court Theatre, July 2012

 

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Having seen him in a colleague's short, I offered George a role I felt he was ideal for: Quinton in my latest short "Tocks". George was a true professional and has given me an absolute abundance of material to work with in the edit.

One of the hardest working actors I've known. Committed, passionate and confident in his craft. An actor who takes direction well and isn't afraid to take risks. A true gentleman; I couldn't recommend anyone better.

Stuart McDonald, director, Tocks
Short, filmed in June 2013

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