Max Runham

6 Mar 2017

Max is from a small village in Kent called Hextable. While training at Rose Bruford, he landed his first TV role, appearing in Hollyoaks. Since then he has appeared in Graeae’s production of ‘Threepenny Opera’, HOME theatre’s production of Simon Stephens’ ‘The Funfair’, ‘The Family Way’ by Bill Naughton at the Bolton Octagon, Greyscale’s ‘Gods are fallen and all safety gone’ and last year, Max made his debut with The National Theatre and Complicite in ‘A Pacifist’s Guide to The War on Cancer’. Max then spent 2017 with Ramps on the Moon’s production of The Who’s ‘Tommy’ and Graeae’s production of Reasons to be Cheerful.

Alongside this, Max is a very passionate musician and has been performing extensively as a solo artist throughout London over the past 5 years and recently composed/recorded music for an upcoming documentary ‘Chalk’