Misha Crosby

Born
Misha Benjamin Crosby
(1987-01-28) 28 January 1987 (age 30)
London, England, United Kingdom

Occupation
Actor, Producer

Years active
2005–present

Misha Crosby (born 28 January 1987) is a British actor and producer.
Crosby was born and brought up in London. He won The Helmore Music Scholarship to Mill Hill School and lead a world premier on the violin at the Wigmore Hall at 14 years old. He performed for the National Youth Music Theatre and went on to train at Drama Studio London.[1]
He previously starred in the BBC television series Holby City as Sam Strachan’s son Kieron, in Channel 4’s Hollyoaks and has had various guest appearances in other TV shows. From 2011-2012 he played Ryan Harwell in the ABC Family/Warner Brothers television series The Lying Game.[2]
Film roles include, Abbas in the award winning British feature film Life Goes On, and he stars in Beyond Paradise playing the pivotal role of the traumatized loner Ray alongside Ryan Guzman, Francia Raisa and Daphne Zuniga.[3]
The film “6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days” in which Crosby plays Rick, won the Copper Wing: Best Live Action Short Film, at the Phoenix Film Festival 2013.[4]
In 2015 he was offered a series regular role in BitTorrent’s first Original TV series ‘Children of The Machine’, by Marco Webber Brooklyn’s Finest, Igby Goes Down. The series is set to be produced by Rapid Eye Studios and is the first show to be distributed directly through BitTorrent to an audience of 170 million viewers.[5]

Contents

1 Filmography
2 Awards and nominations
3 References
4 External links

Filmography[edit]

List of television and films credits

Year
Title
Role

2005
28 Acts in 28 Minutes (TV series)
Himself

2007
Roanoke The Lost Coloney (Film)
Tom Alexander

2008
Companion (Film)
Alexander The Great

2008-2009
Holby City (TV series)
Kieron Patel

2009
Hollyoaks (TV series)
Wade

2009
Genie In The House (TV series)
Jake Burns

2009
Life Goes On (Film)
Abbas

2010
The Bill (TV series)
Ian Baker

2011
Rouge (TV pilot)
Nunez

2011
Party Like the Queen of France (TV film)
Amadeus Kreutzer

2012
The Lying Game (TV series)
Ryan Harwell

2012
6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days (Film)
Rick

2015
Who’s Who (Film)
Daniels, Producer

2016
Beyond Paradise
Ray

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Awards and nominations[edit]

Year
Association
Category
Title of work
Result

2015
Action On Film International Film Festival
Xristos Award – Best Actor (Sponsored by Sony & The Stella Ad