Séan is an actor who prides himself on his versatility and who relishes delving into the psychological conditioning of each character to discover what makes them tick, and what sets them off, as well as exploring and mastering the vocal signatures and physical nuances of each role he is charged to interpret and become.
Theatre work has included lead roles in 2 Neil Labute plays, a part in Deborah Warner's Barbican production of 'Julius Caesar', as well as receiving critical acclaim for becoming the great Jay Gatsby ("Browne understands and renders his uncertainty
to perfection" - The Telegraph) and also England's own David Beckham in William Gaminaras hilarious 'The Three Lions' ("...blessed with a terrific central performance Browne captures Beck's voice and kindly eyes exceedingly well" - Evening Standard) and recently as the duplicitous lead role in Brian Blessed's production of Agatha Christie's 'The Unexpected Guest'.
Television work has included stirring things up romantically with both the ladies and gents in 'Eastenders' and 'Coronation Street', playing a dying soldier in 'Red Cap', a semi-regular role as a drug-addict nurse from Australia in 'Doctors', the Eagles frontman and drummer Don Henley in 'Breaking the Band', the treasonous Duke of Norfolk in 'Queens' and most recently as smitten pediatrician Joel in 'Emmerdale'.
Film work has included playing an Essex villain vampire in Lionsgate's 'The Thompsons', the right-hand man and main enforcer Albert Donaghue in 'The Fall of the Krays' and a self-destructive heartbroken lover in psychological relationship drama 'Facial' by acclaimed writer / director Mark J. Blackman.
As well as his theatre, film and television work he has also starred in numerous commercial campaigns for companies such as Sony, Fiat, E-Harmony, Peugeot, Nestea, The Dogs Trust, Morrison's and Genesis cars.
He is delighted to be part of such an exciting company of actors and instructors and is looking forward to being a part of the work they are to create together.
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