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Oscar has a playing age of 17-25 is 5 foot 9 with brown hair and Blue eyes. He is experienced in Film, TV, Theatre, voiceover, green-screen and ADR. Managing to balance archetypal English foppishness with eccentric and intense characters, Oscar can grimace as well as he can gurn. He is as skilled with rapid-fire improvisation as he is with clumsy physicality. His credits include everything from a disgraced MP with a younger gay lover and a figment of a comatose man’s imagination, to the aging patriarch of a organised crime syndicate and a disturbed young man obsessed with filming his every waking moment. 
Oscar is one half of the comedy double act "Land of Barry", through which he is making a return to narrative directing this summer in association with ShadowCam

Oscar Harding in TRAITOR TO THE KING,   Playing "SIR CHARLES"







Film and TV


2014. Traitor to the King Producer and Lead Role "Sir Charles" (OHP)

2014, Land of Barry: The Hunt For McGuffin’s Gold [Writer, Actor and Producer] (Online)

2014, Best Office Ever! [Director, Writer, Actor, Producer and Voiceover Work] (Online advert) (Ambition House/ 4Heads)

2013, Darren Pearce [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Webseries)

2013, Land of Barry [Writer, Actor and Producer] (Webseries)

2012, The Bandvengers [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer]

2011, The Bourne Nativity [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Filmed/ Live Performance)

2010, Deadline [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer]

2010, A Thinker’s Guide To Pornography [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (H3O Video)

2009- Season of The Witch (Peter Goddard, Devil’s Avalanche Films)- Villager

2009, 28 Daves Later [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer]

2009, Looking Forward, Looking Back [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Official Selection and Second Place, Curzon Film Festival)

2009- The Cool Stuff Collective (CITV/ Archie Productions)- Choirboy/ “The Twig”

2006- Skatoony (Unaired TV Pilot, Cartoon Network/ Talent Television)- Himself

2003- Best of Friends (CBBC/ Talent Television)- Himself





2012, Smith [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Winner of Best Screenplay, King’s Drama Festival)

2011, La Famiglia [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Winner of Best Play, King’s Drama Festival)

2011, Pirates of Penzance (King's College Taunton- Sergeant of Police

2010, A Midsummer Night's Dream (King's College Taunton)- Quince

2010, One Way [Director, Writer, Actor and Producer] (Winner of Most Innovative Play, King’s Drama Festival) ()

2010- Grimms Fairy Tales (, King’s College Taunton)- Stepmother/ Fairy Godmother/ Hansel

2009- Les Misérables (, King’s College Taunton)- Lesgles

2009- Much Ado About Nothing (, Taunton Brewhouse)- Verges

2008- A Winter’s Tale (, Weston Playhouse)- Florizel

2007- The Crucible (, King’s College Taunton)- John Willard

2006- Allons Enfants! ( , Mike Penny/Philippe Bailing)- John Smart

2005- Au Fond De L’etang (, Mike Penny/Philippe Bailing)- Big Yan

2005- Bugsy Malone (, The Downs School Wraxall)- Snake Eyes

2004- Sans Livres et Sans Memoires (, Mike Penny/Philippe Bailing)- Puck/ Schoolboy





Radio/ Voiceover/ Singing




Big Bard John’s Podcast of All Things Considered [Producer and Editor only], iTunes/Podbean, 2009

The Oscasts, iTunes/ Podbean, 2010

Breakfast At Barry’s, CSR FM, 2014




Baritone, King’s College Chapel Choir, 2008-2012 (Sang in Westminster Abbey and Barcelona Cathedral)









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