Budding actor has a leading role in Arthur Miller play

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A talented young actor from Bearsden has landed a leading role in a play written by Arthur Miller which is going to tour Scotland.

Eight-year-old Gregor Selkirk, who attends St Joseph’s Primary School, Milngavie, is the first child to appear in a Rapture Theatre production.

‘All My Sons’ is being performed to honour the centenary of Arthur Miller’s birth and has a stellar cast of Trudie Goodwin famed for her roles in The Bill and Emmerdale, critically acclaimed actor Paul Shelley (RSC, National Theatre) and Robbie Jack who regularly appears in the hit Scottish series Gary: Tank Commander to name a few.

Gregor, who attends Vivace Theatre School in Glasgow, will be performing the roles of ‘Bert’ and ‘Larry’.

He achieved distinction in his first London College of Music exam this year and will be undertaking his first LAMDA exam later in the year. His first featured role was in award winning short film ‘The Magic Box’ by R Paul Wilson and he has since appeared in many commercials (O2, Stena Line, Scotrail, John Adams toys) and children’s TV programme ‘The Millie Show’.