Ian Griffin

Ian Griffin

Actor

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Ian Griffin is a professional male Actor with 21 years of professional experience.

About Ian

Ian Griffin is a professional male Actor with 21 years of professional experience.

Bio

Ian's relationship with acting started with his first stage appearance at age 6. He spent his early years learning about stagecraft from his parents (both actors) and by the end of high school had already crewed and/or appeared in several community productions. Even in his teens, Ian impressed cast members and instructors alike with his enthusiasm, dedication and focus - whether set building, light hanging, running tech, or performing.

Upon graduating Ian immediately spent the next 2 years in the Studio Theatre program at LCC, continuing to earn high marks for his analysis & performance skills in class while working at the scene shop and continuing to involve himself in local area productions. This led to his first leading roles in 'Arcadia' and 'I Hate Hamlet', where Ian discovered a passion for stage combat. Together with director and mentor John Lennox he went on to co-found 'Art of Combat', a theatrical combat company specializing in historical authenticity and western martial arts. Throughout the following years his performance work has gone on to garner several local accolades; most notably for his roles in 'Cuckoo's Nest' (Best Actor) and 'The Substance of Fire' (Best Supporting).

Since completing the Studio program Ian has continued to branch out into film work and actively seek new ways to challenge himself in his craft, including supporting work in feature projects such as Rush: Inspired by Battlefield (2016) and Wild Faith (2018) as well as garnering attention on the festival circuit for his work in short films, including Brain Engagement (2018) (Best Supporting Actor) and Last Right (2019). Whether serving as actor, fight director or crew, Ian has a reputation for his rapport with co-workers, attention to detail, ability to take direction, and outstanding work ethic.

In his spare time Ian enjoys singing, dabbling in guitar / piano, and furthering his knowledge about film.
 
Ian Griffin
 
Ian Griffin
Actor
About Ian

Ian's relationship with acting started with his first stage appearance at age 6. He spent his early years learning about stagecraft from his parents (both actors) and by the end of high school had already crewed and/or appeared in several community productions. Even in his teens, Ian impressed cast members and instructors alike with his enthusiasm, dedication and focus - whether set building, light hanging, running tech, or performing.Upon graduating Ian immediately spent the next 2 years in the Studio Theatre program at LCC, continuing to earn high marks for his analysis & performance skills in class while working at the scene shop and continuing to involve himself in local area productions. This led to his first leading roles in 'Arcadia' and 'I Hate Hamlet', where Ian discovered a passion for stage combat. Together with director and mentor John Lennox he went on to co-found 'Art of Combat', a theatrical combat company specializing in historical authenticity and western martial arts. Throughout the following years his performance work has gone on to garner several local accolades; most notably for his roles in 'Cuckoo's Nest' (Best Actor) and 'The Substance of Fire' (Best Supporting).Since completing the Studio program Ian has continued to branch out into film work and actively seek new ways to challenge himself in his craft, including supporting work in feature projects such as Rush: Inspired by Battlefield (2016) and Wild Faith (2018) as well as garnering attention on the festival circuit for his work in short films, including Brain Engagement (2018) (Best Supporting Actor) and Last Right (2019). Whether serving as actor, fight director or crew, Ian has a reputation for his rapport with co-workers, attention to detail, ability to take direction, and outstanding work ethic.In his spare time Ian enjoys singing, dabbling in guitar / piano, and furthering his knowledge about film.

Details
Weight: 150lbs
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Bald
 
Ian's Representation:   Luis Garcia  
P: (351) 161-5262   |   E: luiseltwister@gmail.com
Ian Griffin

Ian Griffin

Actor

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