Meet our upcoming Screen Acting Beginners Tutor, Drayton Morely

Jul 11, 2017 | Screenwise Presents

Drayton Morley is a well-accomplished actor who has worked in the Film, Television and Theatre industry for over 25 years. He is well known for his roles in Photocopier, Picture This and Bits and Pieces.

Drayton has also appeared on a number of Australian Television programs including Home and Away, All Saints, Always Greener and Water Rats. 

He is also a well-respected and highly acclaimed stage actor, appearing in over 20 theatre productions over the course of almost 30 years.

When did you decide acting was for you? When I auditioned for acting school the first time and almost got in. I realised then that not only was it the most fascinating thing I’d ever done, but also that others thought I had the potential to make it my career.

Who are your favourite actors? Daniel Day-Lewis, Meryl Streep, Peter Sellers, Geoffrey Rush

Your best advice for aspiring actors? Work as hard as you can to prepare for a role, then work even harder.

Would you like to work and learn directly from Drayton Morley? He will be leading tour upcoming Screen Acting Beginners Class commencing on 5th August 2017 for six consecutive weeks on Saturday Mornings. If you would like more information please contact Screenwise on or call 02 9281 4484.

Whether you have dreamed of exploring acting as a career or wanting to boost your confidence, our Screen Acting Beginners Course is the perfect starting point.

Under the tutelage of Australian actor Drayton Morley, the Screen Acting Beginners Course provides a thorough and practical introduction to screen acting in a supportive atmosphere that will give you the skills to kick start your career in acting.

Who is this course ideal for?

  • Anyone with an interest to enter acting
  • Year 11 and HSC Drama Students wishing to enhance their studies
  • Anyone wanting to improve their confidence and interpersonal skills


  • Screen Acting Essentials
  • Improvisation
  • Action
  • Objective
  • Motivation
  • Interpretation
  • Scene Analysis

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