Solomon Shuckburgh is 20-year-old actor, writer, and artist, born on 27th December 2000. He enjoys singing and playing any musical instruments he can learn and get his hands on, including drums, a little bit of piano, and most notably, his guitar.
He studied Acting at Stratford-upon-Avon College between 2017 and 2019, exploring the naturalistic, anti-theatric, absurdist, and Shakespearian ways of the theatre. He also gained some screen-acting experience, helping the film & media students by playing the parts in the graded film productions, which covered genres such as action adventure and abstract drama.
He is currently studying drama & creative writing in London at Kingston University, where he hopes to expand upon his already impressive skills set. Before that, Sol took a gap year in order to accomplish any cliché activities that one might take part in on a gap year, such as doing charity work with the International Citizens Service (ICS), working nine-to-five shifts at McDonald’s – you know, gaining perspective as it were – and getting way too drunk way too often. And now, a new comer to radio/podcast hosting, he is here to lighten the mood amidst the dark times.