George studied at Durham University before training at Drama Studio London on their postgraduate course. Whilst training, he was selected to represent DSL at the Sam Wanamaker Festival at Shakespeare’s Globe. He was previously a member of the National Youth Theatre. He is an accomplished singer, saxophonist and pianist.
Theatre Credits include: Groan Ups (West End); The Play That Goes Wrong (West End); Botallack O’Clock (Old Red Lion); Twelfth Night and As You Like It (Oxford Shakespeare Company); Where’s Your Mama Gone? (Hen and Chickens); Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights (Rosemary Branch/Yvonne Arnaud); Canterbury Tales (Watford Palace Theatre).
Pride and Prejudice
George Haynes…steals the show. Haynes portrays his array of characters with comic intensity; his Mr Bingley is grinning and enthusiastic; Mr Wickham sleazy and swaggering; and Mr Collins simply ridiculous – as he should be
…George Haynes in particular demonstrating his skills of diversity, alternating between the gentlemanly Edgar Linton, the bullied Linton Heathcliff, the gruff Joseph and the gentle Hareton with ease…his performance of a range of contrasting roles is a highlight – it really does feel as if there are a greater number of characters on stage, such is Haynes’ power to convince
As You Like It
Gleeful, loveable turns from George Haynes as the long-suffering Silvius