Clark Renney is a mature Professional Actor based in London, England, and working both in his home country and internationally. Born in London on March 27, 1958, he came to acting in his early fifties when, following a brief period in amateur dramatics, he undertook training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where he studied courses in acting technique, Shakespeare, voice for performance and singing.
Clark is passionately interested in world affairs, politics, faith, and the arts; and is fascinated by just what it is that makes humans ‘tick’. He loves working on projects which explore the meaning of life, and leave the audience asking more questions at the end, than when they arrived.
In the month when Europe marks the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945, Clark Renney discusses the underlying links between...Read more
The labour party needs a complete transformation, like the Blair/Brown years if it is ever to govern again.Read more
An exhibition was held in 1983, in what was then West Germany, marking the ascension to power of the Nazis...Read more
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