Peacefully At Home – Chris Brett

Chris pays James in “Peacefully At Home”

Chris also joined us in January after answering our casting call and successfully auditioning for the role.

Tell us about your character

James is easy going funny and a bit of a gentleman, always there – if a bit emotional, anything he puts his hand to is met with success, determined

Favourite word?

Can you publish expletives? Haha beeeeeep, I’ll go for skullduggery

Proudest moment?

Winning a clown painting contest when I was five

Happiest family memory?

Buying our first dog

If you could have a room full of any one thing, what would it be?

Oxygen, failing that plants

If 28 hour days existed, what would you do with the extra four hours?

Laugh as hard as possible

Favourite holiday?

Greece

Weirdest quirk?

I carry an Apple peeler as I hate the skin- it has no place in my life

Favourite play?

Hedwig and the angry inch and anything by the bard

If you had one super power, what would it be?

To stop time with my fingers like the girl from out of this world

Favourite midnight snack?

Roast potatoes

How did you get into acting?

Just seems to be what I always wanted to do

How did you prepare for this?

Lots of reading between the lines and too much dwelling on mortality

What is your favourite part of the show?

The final scene where we are all together showing off what a lovely family unit we are….

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