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royce sparks is a London-trained actor originally from the United States.

He holds an MA from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and has trained with Larry Silverberg, Odin Teatret, the Noh Theatre of Japan, Gennadi Bogdanov and Scott Williams.

A member of UK Equity, Royce was last seen on the London stage as Kostya in a run of The Seagull, for which he received a best actor nomination.


His other acting credits include Away We Go (Sam Mendes) and The Trumpets of Spring (Odin Teatret), as well as leading and principle roles in An Involuntary Tragedian, The Vagabond, The First Third, A Number, Copenhagen, Humble Boy, Arcadia and Cannibal! The Musical.

He is a practitioner of yoga, Tai Chi and martial arts. Look around here for more information!


A member of UK Equity, Royce has performed internationally in supporting and leading roles, worked in film, television and theatre, and with artists as diverse as Odin Teatret and the Noh Theatre of Japan.

See Royce's CV below, or download it here!



The Seagull 

Konstantin Treplev

John Colmans; Garden Suburb Theatre 

The Trumpets of Spring 

Noh Dancer/Dylan

 Thomas Frans Winter; Odin Teatret


A Number 

B1/B2/Michael Black

Steve Anderson; University of Arizona 


An Involuntary Tragedian


Patrick Baliani; Village Academy


The Vagabond 


Patrick Baliani; Village Academy


The First Third 

Moose Pierson

Dave Sewell; Beowulf Alley Theatre


A Number 

B1, B2, Michael Black

Patrick Baliani; Village Academy




Patrick Baliani; Village Academy


3am: In the Absence of Time...

Matt Loki

Michael Fenlason; Beowulf Alley Theatre

Humble Boy

Felix Humble

Howard Allen; Beowulf Alley Theatre


Ezra Chater

David Sewell; Beowulf Alley Theatre


Addiction is a Monster 

Uncle/ Father/P.O.

Susan Arnold; C.A.S.T.




Ry Falconer; Old Pueblo Playwrites


Cannibal! The Musical

Frank Miller/Mills

Kevin Johnson; Arizona Onstage Productions  



The Golden Steps (webseries)


Various; HtH Productions


Away We Go


Sam Mendes; TJ Productions




MA Royal Central School of Speech and Drama


  • Body Movement: Niamh Dowling

  • Core Training: Ali Hodge

  • Devising Theatre: Frantic Assemby

  • Screen Acting: Mel Churcher 

  • Shakespeare: Sarah Davey-Hull

  • Stanislavsky: David Jackson, Brigid Panet

  • Practical Aesthetics: James Palm

  • Viewpoints: Annie Ruth  

Impulse Company (3 years)


  • Meisner Technique: Scott Williams



  • Plays a mean glass harmonica

  • Ordained minister in the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

  • Practitioner of JKD concepts, Kali and R.A.T. Instructor

  • Lived on a ranch in Botswana for 10 years

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