James Gordon

Profile

Location

Sydney, Australia (Currently Overseas)

Height

185 cm

Age Range

23–38

Ethnicity

European

Also Represented in

Australia

Career Highlights

After training professionally in acting in 2015, James has gone on to appear in a number of popular Kiwi productions. Some of his television credits include guest roles on series such as long-running hospital drama Shortland Street, Netflix docu-drama Roman Empire and children’s fantasy series Power Rangers. James also has experience in theater, with a core cast role in Michael Hurst’s production Pleasuredome: The Musical.

Feature Film.

2020Faint of Heart Eli Dir. Mason Cade Packer & Micah Winiata
2015FacesMichael Coburn (Lead)Polindale Productions Ltd

Short Film.

2015The Mavens Muscle Elf Light in the Dark Productions (NZ)
Dir. James Ashcroft

Television.

2018Power Rangers Beast MorphersHandyman (Guest)Power Rangers Productions Ltd
Dir. Various
2018Shortland StreetDaryl Warick (Guest)South Pacific Pictures Ltd
Dir. Various
2017Roman Empire Series 2 Lucius Afranius (Guest)Stephen David Entertainment
Dir. John Ealer
2017Shortland StreetDaryl Warwick (Guest)South Pacific Pictures Ltd
Dir. Various
2016Shortland StreetDaryl WarwickSouth Pacific Pictures
Dir. Various
2014Step DaveSouth Pacific Pictures
Dir. Michael Hurst
2014The Almighty JohnsonsFeaturedSouth Pacific Pictures
Dir. Murray Keane
2013Go GirlsSouth Pacific Pictures
Dir. Britta Johnstone

Theatre.

2019BirdDir. Jane Angharad
2019My Night with Reg Nick CurnowDir. Alice Livingstone
2017PleasuredomeRemington (Core Cast)Pleasuredome Limited Partnership
Dir. Michael Hurst
2015Mother CourageSwisscheeseTe Whaea, NZ School of Drama
Dir. Annie Ruth
2015Sky - Mamma MiaWellington Musical Theatre
Dir. Lyndee Jane Rutherford

Training.

Self-tape Master Class with Tandi Wright - 2017
Musical Masterclass Workshop - 2015, Mark Dorrell
Screen Masterclass Workshop - 2015, Anna Marbrook
Screen Trained with Brita McVeigh - 2015
Screen Trained with Miranda Harcourt - 2015
Bachelor of Commerce - 2011, University of Otago