Eddie is a British actor of Russian descent. He is a native Londoner, who also spent a part of his childhood in Russia (and the former Soviet Union). He is bilingual and a fluent Russian speaker.
A classically trained actor, as part of his training at the Manchester School of Theatre (3 year BA) he travelled to Poland and France, where he studied with the Grotowski-based, multi award-winning 'Song Of The Goat' theatre company.
His first film role was in the Marc Forster directed zombie thriller 'World War Z', and he has since worked on numerous television and film productions including: 'McMafia', 'MotherFatherSon', 'The Rook', and 'The Little Stranger', working with many highly esteemed directors such as Charles Sturridge, and Lenny Abrahamson.
His theatre work has included productions at the Soho Theatre, the Young Vic, and on the West-End. He is also very proud to have been part of a benefit production in aid of military veterans at the Palace Theatre in London.
Was awarded 'Best Actor' at the Stuttgart Independent film festival.
Role: Evgeny Guskov
Dir: Michael Lacey
Role: D.C. Reeves
Dir: Charles Sturridge
Dir: China Moo-Young / Dean Byfield
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