Jac Bevan

Jac Bevan

Jac is an actor, director and comedian.

He trained under Professor Richard Gough at The Cardiff Laboratory Theatre then later at London International School.

His stage work includes two seasons of rep and a long run in Belgium of Educating Rita.

On television Jac has appeared in, among other things, Fun at the Funeral Parlour and Goodnight Sweetheart.

He has worked in several indie films including Man with Rain in His Shoes and Sea Change.

A regular voice actor at The National Archives, he can be heard on Workhouse Voices and Twenties Britain parts 1 & 2.

He has also been in a couple of training videos for the Metropolitan Police and the NHS.

As a comedian Jac goes back a long way, having first worked for the infamous Bernard Manning. In 2016 he reached the final of Old Comedian of the Year at The Leicester Square Theatre.

In 2014 Jac co-produced and directed a play about mental health sponsored by MIND at the Edinburgh Festival.

Jac also manages a number of musical entertainers.

For full CV please click here.

Photo by Richie Crossley