Samuel Freeman is a Welsh Actor Musician who graduated from Bath Spa School of Music and Performing Arts with First Class Bachelor Honours in Acting. He is a trumpeter, singer, guitarist, clown and physical performer.
Working in repertory and touring theatre, Samuel has performed internationally with the likes of Selladoor, Big Wooden Horse, Young Shakespeare, Torch, Splendid, Three Inch Fools, Prime and Omnibus. He has built a strong career in Shakespeare, Commercial and Children’s Theatre.
Freeman has gained extensive screen experience as the lead in over 10 shorts and the music video for A Silent Film's Something to Believe In (R&A). The Young Cannibals is his feature length debut.
In new writing, Samuel has performed in the opening productions of Eleonora Fusco's Our Baby, Andy Moseley's After We Danced and site specific work Wherever I Lay My Head at London City Hall. In research and development he’s collaborated with RSC's Tanika Gupta, Victoria Gould of Complicité and the UK's leading Visually Impaired Artists company, Extant.
Freeman is passionate about creating through play, as Artistic Director of Pleb Theatre. A walkabout clown company of absurd and interactive performance for outdoor events across the UK.