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About Me

In July 2020, I made my feature film debut as the protagonist in Escape 2120, based on Brian Bennett's novel The Magician's Horses. It is available on various platforms and has since become the most popular film on Encourage TV with over 11 million views. 

I have also had lead roles in various dramatic and comedic indie films including an award winning Monty Python style spoof set in a Game of Thrones World. Check out News for more information on my upcoming film projects. 

On stage, I have specialised in comedic leads ranging from Ken Gorman in the Neil Simon farce, Rumors, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and the personable recluse, John Brown in Tom Stoppard’s A Separate Peace. I also played The Boy in a devised version of The Giving Tree adapted from the famous Shel Silverstein Book in the spring of 2021. 

I am currently pursuing my MFA at the renowned Actors Studio Drama School in New York City.

As well as acting, I write, animate and compose. I am a lifelong Chelsea FC fan and love playing all sorts of sports! 

“Pritchard is hilarious in his portrayal of Ken Gorman. After temporarily losing his hearing due to a misfired gunshot toward the beginning of the play, the character’s humor develops around his physicality as well as his hilarious misunderstandings. Moments of Ken-based hilarity include crawling around on the floor following mysterious yet “cat sounds.” Pritchard brings his own unique energy to the role—a naïveté accented by a heroic passion that, given the absurdity of the play, becomes delightful and fascinating to watch.” 

Review of my performance in Neil Simon's Farce, Rumors. 

"Kudos to Edward Pritchard ‘18, who played a spot-on Rocky in shockingly gold shorts!" 

Review of my performance as Rocky Horror in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. 


BA Theatre Davidson College

Productions: Rumors, Clybourne Park, Midsummer Night's Dream, Cabaret, A Separate Peace by Tom Stoppard, Life Under Water by Richard Greenberg, The Rocky Horror Picture Show 

Classes included: Scene Study, Acting Technique, Comedy, Classical Theatre, Advanced Scene Design, Modern Dance, Theatre of the Absurd, Playwriting, World Theatre History, Musical Theatre and Directing.

MFA in Acting The Actors Studio at Pace University

Productions: The Giving Tree directed by Saki Kawamura, devised and adapted from the Shel Silverstein book. 

Scenes: Bent by Martin Sherman, The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon, Five Mile Lake by Rachel Bonds, Cowboy Mouth by Sam Shepard, The Dumbwaiter by Harold Pinter


Classes include: Acting with Paul Calderon, Kate Billingsley, Beth Manspeizer, Voice with Robert Serrell, Mathew Dudley, Corinna May, Movement with Antonio Brown and David Frank


  • Singing-Classical and Musical Theatre with renowned soprano Ilana Lubitsch. 

  • Rock/Jazz Guitar-Dustin Hofsess

  • Classical/Spanish Guitar-Grade 5 (UK)

Actors Studio at Pinewood Studios

Based in the world famous Pinewood Studios I spent an incredible week studying on camera acting with award winning director Tim Kent.

New York Film Academy-Acting for the Camera

For a month I studied on screen acting with incredible teachers such as Blanche Baker (Sixteen Candles) and Brian O'Neill (Burn After Reading). I also made my debut on film appearing in the lead role of a couple short films and one music video. 

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