Hello and welcome to my site,

I’m an Actor – my recent work includes playing Villian Bill Tallow in DrWho Ep4 Season 12, and I recently played tree surgeon Jake Hill, the protagonist in Catflap, a madcap British Indy Horror, which was some of the most fun I’ve had in a long time! It’s in post currently with some reshoots later this year.

Other work includes Johnnie Walker ad Dear Brother (GOLD at the Andy Awards & Spotlight Festival), beautiful short PEBBLE MOON (GOLD at RTS Student Awards, best original film, Manchester Indy Short Film Festival), and I recently shot a very exciting high concept short, currently making festival rounds: On Your Way, involving lots of wire work, as the 2 characters literally free fall, surrounded by plane wreckage (clips in showreel).

I also specialise in Movement and Puppetry, especially in creature and character movement and practical effects. I’m currently setting up my own company, Performance FX to showcase work with Visual FX, providing physical interaction and puppetry for digital performances in feature films, as well as being very experienced in motion and performance capture. Past projects include Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 1 & 2, LIFE, Artemis Fowl and up coming productions for Disney and Warner Bros. I’ve also directed, including lots of puppetry and movement directing, and some motion capture.

You can watch my acting showreel on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/106799406

And my movement showreel here: https://vimeo.com/91968302 (for puppetry, movement, skins and mocap)

I’ve worked on Film, Television and Theatre. On big budget Features and small scale Shorts, and from the West End to the weird and wonderful Fringe. Please have a look around, or better yet get in touch with me at robin@corvuspictures.com or view my Spotlight CV.

I’m sure it looks like I like to do a lot of different things, but the truth is I’m cheating a bit, as they’re all related.

Thanks for visiting and come back soon!


Here you can take a look at Dear Brother – If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s well worth 90 seconds of your day:




© 2021 Robin Guiver.