Louis Labovitch

Category: Actors


Originally from Botswana, Louis has travelled extensively and enjoyed an incredibly varied acting career. He studied percussion and theatre at California State University before completing a post-graduate qualification at LAMDA in London.

He has just finished a two-month run in the West End as Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night (Grassroots Shakespeare), and prior to that spent six months performing a variety of roles in Venezia the Story (Teatro San Gallo, Venice). He has also worked in South Korea on an original musical for children, The Little Dragon, and toured America for four years with the musical STOMP!

A multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Louis’s other stage credits include Peter Pan The Musical (Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage), the title role in Sherlock Holmes (The Pantaloons UK tour), Lorca in the world premiere of Olives and Blood (Brixton East) and Leave Hitler To Me, Lad (Arts Theatre and UK tour).

Louis’ film credits include Dr Edward Stanton in The Scopia Effect (Flynn Film Co), due for release in 2016, while for radio he’s played JD Salinger in Salinger in England and recently recorded two series of Tales Of The City (both BBC Radio 4).

Louis also co-wrote web-series 12 Days of Santa for Comedy Central Online.

Louis is super excited to be a part of Blackeyed Theatre’s Frankenstein, and to give voice and movement to The Creature.