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Rikki is an actor/writer born in North London and graduated with First Class Honors from the Guildford School of Acting in 2011. He won the BBC Carleton Hobbs Radio Award in his final year of training and joined the BBC Radio Drama Company upon leaving, consequently recording plays for BBC 3&4.


Rikki has been in development with Channel X television productions with a comedy series he wrote/created – FLAT 32 and is also a founding member of Hotspur Theatre Company.


Theatre includes: Anybody or Murder?/The Titfield Thunderbolt (Suffolk Summer Theatre), Dead of Night (Mill at Sonning/Hotspur Theatre), Hamlet (ATG/TNT  International tour), Measure or Measure, King Lear, King John – Nominated for Best Production at the 2012 Off West End Awards (Union Theatre), The Petworth Plays (Petworth Festival/Hotspur Theatre), Cash On Delivery (Mill at Sonning), The Edge (Theatre 503)


Radio includes: Tale of Two Cities – Winner of Best Drama at the Sony Awards in 2012, Our Country’s Good, The Recruiting Officer, Noughts and Crosses, Pilgrim; Crowsfall

Wood, The Ambassadors, Birkett; and the Red Stains on the Carpet, Charles Paris (BBC Radio 3&4), Wirrn Isle, Doctor Who; Malkin Palace (Big Finish Productions), No Particular Place To Go (Goldhawk Essential Production for BBC Radio 4)