Petrice Jones

Petrice Jones

Overview

Petrice trained with the National Youth Theatre in 2011. NYT then cast him in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Team Welcome Ceremonies as an actor, singer, dancer and acrobat.

Petrice's first TV role was a guest star in Casualty as the role Darius with director Julie Edwards.

Petrice has just returned from the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival which his new film 'Play the Devil' opened for and won 'FilmTT Best T&T Narrative Feature' and 'Best Film - COSTATT Youth Jury Award'. The film had its World Premier in June at the LA Film Festival and has recently just won 'Best Film' at the Qflix festival in Philadelphia.

Characteristics

  • Height: 6' 2 (188cm)
  • Playing Age: 16 - 25
  • Eye Colour: Hazel
  • Hair Colour: Black
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: Mixed Race

Film

Iboy, Shotgun, Pretty Pictures and Wigwam Films (director: Adam Randall)

Play The Devil, Gregory, Play The Devil Ltd (director: Maria Govan)
We Still Kill The Old Way, Flee, WSKTOW Ltd (director: Sacha Bennett)
The Story of Our Time, Sim, Guyler Productions (director: Connor Guyler)

Television

Step Up: High Water, Tal, Lionsgate, (directors: Norman Buckley/Silas Howard)

Lucky Man, Nathan, Sky 1 (director: Andy Hay)

Holby City, AJ Shreve, BBC (director: Steve Brett)
Doctors, Frankie, BBC (director: Daniel Wilson)

Spotless, Tavoris, Tandem/CanalPlus (director: Pascal Chaumeil)
Casualty, Darius, BBC (director: Julie Edwards)
Lennon Naked, Samuel, BBC Television (director: Edmund Coulthard)
Daze, Jayden, Redway Productions (director: Gregory Loftman)

Theatre

Stunted Trees Broken Bridges, Emerson, Touring Theatre (director: Nigel Townsend)
Fame The Musical, Tyrone Jackson, Diamond Theatre Company (director: Paula Diamond)
Shakespeare Workshop, Carlos, Kevin Spacey Foundation (director: Richard Pacipal)
Welcoming the World, Jack, National Youth Theatre (director Paul Roseby)
Rock Challenge 2, Nicholas, Denbigh Theatre (director: Geraldine Tetlow)
The Merchant of Venice, Tubal, Denbigh Theatre (director: Janette Astley-Jones)
Snoopy, Snoopy, Centre Stage Theatre Company (director: Peter Addis)
Rock Challenge, Richard, Denbigh Theatre (director: Geraldine Tetlow)
The Little Shop of Horrors, Orin, Denbigh Theatre (director: Anna Nightingale)