Robert Sladden

Robert originally trained at The Urdang Academy in dance and musical theatre before he retrained in acting at Drama Studio London, graduating in 2011.

Robert’s theatre credits include performing with Improv Group LGBTQFA for The Free Association (The Vault Festival), Freddie in “Up In The Attic” with Floods Of Ink (National Tour), Yasha in “The Cherry Orchard” with Dog Orange Theatre (The Jack Studio Theatre), Company in “The Possibilities” with Red Line (Tristan Bates Theatre) and Ralph in “Lord Of The Flies” with Sell A Door (National Tour).

TV credits include Guy 1 for Lynx (E4 and Channel 4) and Ted Robbins in “JFK: Seven Days That Made A President” for Blast Films (National Geographic).

Robert performs regularly as part of house teams the “The Present Company” and “LGBTQFA” for The Free Association Improv Company.

Robert is also a writer and filmmaker. His most recent comedy short film “I Killed My Cleaner” was selected for The Olympus Film Festival, Los Angeles, and won best Make-Up.