Alistair is an actor of stage and screen who trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Acting credits include The Great Train Robbery (BBC), Liar (ITV), Bells (Soho Theatre), Marathon (Sheffield Crucible), Mr Incredible (Underbelly). In 2014 he took a one man comedy show to the Edinburgh Festival, The 5 Worst Things I Ever Did. He wrote the multi award winning short film Love Me Tinder, starring Caroline Quentin. He is currently developing a sitcom pilot, Lowlife. He also does commercials and voiceovers.
He has five years of experience as a business actor, working regularly in the U.K., Europe and the U.S. with high profile clients in the Retail, Automotive, Hospitality, Communications, Transport and Utilities sectors. He has experience of facilitating sessions, roleplay, forum theatre and corporate videos. In his work as an business actor, Alistair has also facilitated courses and is a regular contributor to cutting edge training sessions in various white and blue collar environments, including work around difficult conversations, performing well in a change environment, status, challenging upwards, effective communication, conflict resolution. A full list of experience is available on request.
Prior to training as an actor, Alistair worked as a sales manager before moving into renewable energy as a director of sales and has significant experience of corporate culture.