Ameer Choudrie is a British Actor with over 10 years of professional experience and credits, having trained at Guildford School of Acting (GSA Conservatoire), England. He is currently training for his Masters at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Ameer Choudrie is a British Actor who trained at Guildford School of Acting (GSA Conservatoire), England. Born in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire and growing up in Reading, Berkshire, Ameer currently spends his time in London. Whilst training, he performed in a range of Theatre Workshops from Classical Shakespearean works to Modern 20th Century Texts. Upon leaving GSA, Ameer began his path of being a Professional Actor featuring in a number of commercials from becoming the face of Tilda Basmatti Rice in 2007 to featuring in larger brand adverts such as Lycamobile, Vodafone and Walkers Crisps. He also appeared in the Music Video for the Kaiser Chiefs song “Meanwhile Up In Heaven”. Ameer is currently training for his Masters at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Continue reading “Resume”
Workshops and One to One Sessions
Ameer ran his first drama club when he graduated back in 2008. Due to popularity and high demand from schools for his clubs, he established Chadman Enterprises Limited in 2009. He has been running a variety of acting workshops in both Primary and Secondary / Further Education ever since. Ameer is also a Qualified Teacher with QTS and has worked in various schools and colleges across Berkshire and Hampshire. He has recently given workshops at The Henley College, Richard Taunton Sixth Form College, and Itchen Sixth Form College. Ameer is currently furthering his training by studying for a Masters at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where he is a student ambassador running workshops at visiting colleges, as well as assisting with Acting Masterclasses.
Ameer can offer workshops in the following:
- Audition Preparation and Mock Auditions
- Monologue technique and character analysis
- Acting through song
- Voice and Accent Work
- Script work