With 3 years of training, resulting in a Bachelor of the Arts Degree at the University of Northampton’s School of the Arts, Lee Hancock is a professional Actor in Theatre, Screen and Voice Over projects.
Tutors include Sally Cook of Trestle Mask Theatre Company and Text Practitioner/ playwright Emily Jenkins.
Lee has performed Shakespeare with NYT in The Tempest, directed by Caroline Steinbeis, that ran at the Royal & Derngate Theatre in Northampton. As well as a part in the community ensemble of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities at the same theatre. Which was directed by James Dacre, the theatres’ artistic director.
Lee has also brought to life other scare based attraction performances at Thorpe Park as part of its well known Fright Nights season. Playing both undead Walkers and cannibalistic killers in The Walking Dead’s: Do or Die attraction and zombies & zombie hunters in Thorpe Parks own titled Zombie Hunt experience during the summer.
Lee has a passion for comedy and a hobby of writing. Hoping to set up a comedic performance piece to someday take to Edinburgh Fringe Festival.Back