Stu Cawood

 

STU CAWOOD - William Hull

 
 
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Meet Stu Cawood. Born and raised in the Cariboo, Stewart Cawood found his love for acting on the high school stage while playing the Major-General in The Pirates of Penzance.

He later pursued a double Bachelor's degree in Acting and History, followed by a teaching degree atThompson Rivers University - TRU World. While in Kamloops, he performed with Project X's productions of Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Tempest, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, as well as Kamloops-based comedy troupe The Saucy Fops.

On film, Stu can be seen acting alongside The Doctor's Case writer/director James Douglas in Defenseless, and also starred as Cookie in Chad Magnant's Pigboy.

Stu is the Technical Director of Histrionics Theatre Company in Wells, and through HTC has worked as a Creative Consultant to London UK Records, during the development and presentation of latter's international production of The Saints of British Rock, which toured the Canadian Fringe circuit in 2012, and travelled to the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2013.

Since relocating to Wells, British Columbia, Stu has also worked as stage manager for Andrew Hamilton's Kaliban, and Histrionics Theatre Company's The Fred Wells Show. 

He has spent the past 11 seasons working as a performer in Barkerville, British Columbia, where he has played many roles, most notable Billy Barker's business partner Charlie Hankin. Stu now manages the historic street interpretation program and the Cameron & Ames Blacksmith Shop in Barkerville, and plays an integral role as producer and writer/director of the popular Sunset Cabaret at the historic Sunset Theatre in Wells.

Stewart Cawood is playing William Hull in The Doctor's Case.