Edinburgh Acting School have announced that Actor, Scott Kyle, will be joining the EAS Family after the summer break.
Scott is best known for his role as ‘Ross’ in the hit US television series Outlander. He also has a string of successful stage, film and television credits to his name. A starring role on the big screen as ‘Clancy’ in Ken Loach’s The Angels’ Share led to a role portraying real life soldier Corporal Stu Pearson in BAFTA nominated Kajaki / Kilo Two Bravo. Scott’s most recent filming project saw him join the new cast of BBC’s highly successful TV series “Trust Me” for season 2. On stage Scott has performed in numerous countries and in various productions throughout the world. He also received the Stage Awards for Acting Excellence for his portrayal of ‘Billy’ in the smash hit comedy “Singin I’m No a Billy, He’s a Tim”. Teaming up with award winning Jen McGregor, they will both lead the ATCL Speech & Drama Diploma 2019/2020. The wealth of experience, knowledge and passion makes for an invaluable and incredible experience for the student’s at Edinburgh Acting School. From stage to screen the course is designed to develop and grow the talents of the budding actors attending.
Scott will also work closely with Principle, Stephen James Martin, to bring a diverse programme of masterclasses and workshops to Edinburgh Acting School over the next 12 months. Stephen said “We cannot wait for Scott to join the team. We had a great introduction meeting which brought out lots of new projects for us to collaborate on in the future. We have a great team at EAS, and Scott is going to enhance that. He has a great energy and passion, and experience across the board that is going to be exciting for him to share with our students. EAS has really advanced over the last 18 months, and bringing Scott on board, I know it is just going to bring it to the next level”. Edinburgh Acting School was founded in 1982 by Anna Tinline, and later succeeded by Kirsty O’Sullivan (nee Halliday) from 2011-2017. Stephen James Martin took over as Principle in 2017. The school provides an extensive programme of part-time courses in acting and related performance skills. It gives its students the opportunity to learn and train in and professional and supportive environment.
The school operates with small class sizes to offer individual and tailored training to its classes, it prides itself on knowing all its students and their needs and being able to offer support to everyone.
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