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Josh Zaré

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Photo: Phil Sharp

Agent:

Simon Beresford & Daniel Albert

Film

Eurovision Dir: David Dobkin
Netflix & Gary Sanchez Productions
Last Night In Soho Dir: Edgar Wright
Big Smoke Pictures

Theatre

The Mikvah Project Dir: Georgia Green
Orange Tree Theatre
Every Day I Make Greatness Happen Dir: Alice Hamilton
Downstairs Hampstead Theatre

TV

Liar Dir: Christopher Sweeney
ITV

Radio

Inseparable Dir: David Beck
Audible
Arabian Nights Dir: David Beck
Audible

Awards

2020 Offie Nomination for Best Leading Performance in a Play for The Mikvah Project.

Theatre whilst training

Journey's End Dir: Prasanna Puwanarajah
RADA
Assassins Dir: Nona Shepphard
RADA
Broadway Bound Dir: Geraldine Alexander
RADA
Stuff Happens Dir: Edward Kemp
RADA
The Way of the World Dir: Kath Rogers
RADA 
Twelfth Night Dir: Mark Leipacher
RADA
Women of Troy Dir: Di Trevis
RADA
Much Ado About Nothing Dir: Michelle Chadwick
RADA

Skills

Accents & Dialects(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Dublin, Glasgow, London*, Persian, RP*, Yorkshire

Languages(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, Italian

Music & Dance(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Flamenco, Guitar, Jazz Dancing, Period Dancing, Singer-Songwriter, Tap, Tenor Baritone

Performance:
BASSC-Rapier/Dagger/Unarmed (distinction)

Sports(* = highly skilled)
Athletics, Football, Swimming

Vehicle Licences:
Car Driving Licence 

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Reviews

THE MIKVAH PROJECT

“Zaré is achingly believable as a teenage youth: gangly as a clothes horse, packed with springy energy, he’s funny, touchingly vulnerable and woundingly aggressive. ” - Sarah Hemming (Finanical Times)

“Zaré as Eitan is beautifully effusive – Eitan somehow manages to be both brazen and sly in his seduction techniques in a way that only a teenager could be, and Zaré communicates that baffling seventeen-year-old bolshiness effortlessly. ” - Ava Wong Davies (Exeunt Magazine)

“Josh Zaré plays Eitan with a recognisably irreconcilable mix of adolescent awkwardness and swaggering teenage overconfidence.” - David Fargnoli (The Stage)

“Josh Zaré plays 17-year-old Eitan. He’s still a kid, really, and Zaré has this incredible energy that makes him visibly fizz with excitement as he mimes driving his first car, or drifts into confused monologues about the girls he’s meant to fancy.” - Alice Saville (Timeout)

“Zaré gives Eitan a perfect bumptious energy: a young man trnasgressing in beatific surroundings, later risking a scene in the synagogue and making threats.” - Dominic Maxwell (The Times)

“Josh Zaré is wonderfully convincing as 17-year-old Eitan. He is incredibly likable, with a familiar façade of confidence masking insecurities as he rides a wave of teenage hormones. The audience is reminded of the unbearable intensity and absolute absorption of a teenage crush through Zaré‘s performance. It is brilliantly expressed and sometimes hard to watch.” - Aliyah Al-Hassan (Broadwayworld.com)

EVERYDAY I MAKE GREATNESS HAPPEN

“Zaré, in his professional debut, has excellent deadpan delivery and portrays an utterly convincing downtrodden spirit - so much so that I was genuinely surprised by his broad smile at the curtain call.” - Emma Watkins (Broadwayworld.com)

“There is a live-wire immediacy to the production throughout, from the moment Josh Zaré’s hilariously introverted Iman shambles onto the stage, shoulders hunched, hips jolting – a startled ostrich in slow motion. […] The actors – not least Zaré - clearly have great futures ahead of them, and the demanding teen audience never seemed in any doubt that they were having a good time.” - Rachel Halliburton (The Arts Desk)

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