Richard Felix is a British actor who has recently moved to New Zealand with his family.
He trained in the UK and worked there extensively in commercial and repertory theatre between 1990 and 2001. Roles included the lead in “Candide” directed by John Doyle, and Henry Tilney in Northhanger Abbey directed by Tim Carroll. In 2001 he moved to Barcelona and worked mainly in Film and Television accumulating 23 film and tv credits including The Cheif Magistrate in “Perfume, the story of a murderer” and most recently William in “The Bookshop” directed by Isabel Coixet.
He also works as a voice over actor, director, presenter, writer, and runs workshops and courses in public speaking and communication for business executives and business students.