Artist Profile - Lewis McKie
|LEWIS McKIE - 20s-30s - Scottish - charming, gentle, friendly||Click to listen||Right click to download|
|LEWIS McKIE - Documentary/Narrative||Click to listen||Right click to download|
Lewis studied French Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow which he followed with a one year post-graduate course in television, theatre and radio performance.
His commercial voiceover credits include TV for Coca Cola: Taste the Glory, JJB Sports and Think Bingo.com as well as radio campaigns for Greggs and the Inland Revenue alongside promos for Balamory & Holby City. Lewis’ corporate credits include Sight Savers, Vodafone, EDF and Total. He has also voiced documentaries for the Men and Motors channel including Havoc, UK Bike Show and Volksworld.
As an actor he has played lead roles in several independent short films including "Split" and "Break" by Lawrence Pearce and "Where the Blame Lies" by Karl Hall as well as an independent feature, "Quality Indigo". He also performed in the comedy sketch show "Colin Montgomerie Stole My Life" as seen at the O bar at the Edinburgh fringe in 2004. Other credits include Christopher's brother, Diego Columbus, in "Secrets from the Grave" for the National Geographic Channel.
Lewis’ theatre credits include playing Friar Lawrence in a 4 week run of "Romeo & Juliet" at The Catford Broadway in December 2006 and a week at the Pleasance venue at the Edinburgh fringe in 2002 in "Gimme All You Got" as well as playing all five Italian brothers in Alan Ayckbourn's "A Small Family Business”.
Lewis is currently focussing primarily on writing a television project and a sitcom.