I trained primarily as a drama teacher in London (in the late 1980’s). I then ran away to France, where I spent 10 formative years in Paris with ACT, an English theatre-in-education company run by Andrew Wilson, where we toured shows in schools. Two of the plays were turned into tv films for France 3, which I also acted in. At the same time, I took further training with Monika Pagneux, Nola Rae and Jacques Lecoq.
In other stage work, I created the role of Tony, in Abigail’s Party (Mike Leigh) for Dear Conjunction, in Paris in 1996.
My most recent film work was in 2011, as prison sergeant, in Jeanne Captive, de Philippe Ramos, torturing Clémence Poésy and Mathieu Amalric. Other parts followed on French tv, in the mini-series, Alias Caracalla and in RIS, police scientifique.
I also act regularly in corporate theatre projects, in particular for Bord de Scène, as well as in corporate films. I’m equally at home presenting or acting.
Kester Lovelace | Showreel
The Kidnapping Rules of Procedure
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Kester Lovelace | Corporate Demo