Mark Jermin Stage & Screen
We have a passion for Talent - to discover, encourage, nurture, teach, train, mentor and manage. Our network of schools originated in Wales and now we are so excited to be sharing the innovative leading training in Acting and Performing to Surrey, Buckinghamshire and beyond ! We welcome all students of any experience to join us via our In Person and Online Communities of Students and we hope we can inspire and help them progress with their own performing journeys.
Daily Mail Enterprising Young Brit Award Winner
is owner of one of the UK’s premiere networks of stage schools for the finest youth talent in the country with 11 training centres nationwide, founded in his heartlands of Wales, in 2000.
Mark is one of the best connected & most influential agents dedicated to changing the lives and revolutionising the careers of his students and clients. Mark was selected as a sponsor and judge for children’s programmes in the BAFTA Cymru awards; Daily Mail Enterprising Young Brit Award winner in 2005 for business acumen, presented by Gordon Brown; nominated for Teacher of the Year in the Annual British Association of Teachers awards; outstanding contribution award for dedication and commitment at the Annual Children in Entertainment Awards; and the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan award for outstanding services to young people.
Mark has seen various students grow and flourish under his guidance. Past students have trained or are currently training at RADA, LAMDA, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Guildford School of Acting, Laine Theatre Arts, Arts Education and Mountview. Others are working within the industry and he is delighted to see a steady flow of past students who are making established names for themselves within the film, theatre and TV industry. He is proud of each and every one of them and his role in encouraging and developing their talent.
Mark Jermin alumni
Brenock starred as Oly in HBO's Game of Thrones for 2 seasons, and played series reg Peter Cratchit in Dickensian for 12 eps on BBC1.