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Simon Ellis is a B movie horror and action actor highly trained in black belt kickboxing. Fight scene cheographer and stunt actor. Catch him as mostly the villain in upcoming horror movies.
Let's get into some questions...
STANDISH: You played "Tucker" in "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey", tell us how you landed that role? How long did it take to shoot?
SIMON: I had worked previously on a few projects with jagged edge productions mostly b movie horror
Winnie the Pooh came up for a re shoot of the end scene because of the hype it was gaining
Hoping to give the movie a good ending
We shot that fight scene with Pooh for around 8 hours on one night shoot and was pretty full on for the entire time.
STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Simon -
SIMON: My mission is to portray as many different characters as my mind and body's ability will allow me
To create something great on every journey
STANDISH: With landing the "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey" role, would you say that it's opened new doors for you?
SIMON: Winnie the Pooh has opened a lot of opportunities I'm getting to do interviews about my career in horror attending signing conventions across the UK and meeting the fans of the film which is very humbling
Being recognised for my death scene ability
STANDISH: I saw "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey 2" was being worked on, are you going to be in it?
SIMON: Unfortunately I'm not in Pooh 2 as I didn't survive the first
STANDISH: Your iMDb shows post production credits for "Cinderella's Curse", can you tell us more about this film and your role?
SIMON: I was mainly the fight choreographer and stunt scene actor for Cinderella's Curse as the scarecrow
I organised the fight scenes and deaths for the ball massacre
STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?
SIMON: Movies I have in post production and due for release are Pterodactyl 2
Look out for these soon as I'm always the villain
STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?
SIMON: 5 years from now I'd still like to be in demand and capable of bringing the best to any role and still continue to do fighting and stunts before I'm to old hahaha
STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?
SIMON: Mentors or people I admire and look up to are
Scott Adkins and Craig Fairbrass both great actors
With Scott being the martial artist I wish I could match
STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?
SIMON: COVID struggles was being limited on my craft but still maintaining the passion to act
STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?
SIMON: Fans can find my work through Instagram -
Which links to YouTube
Thanks so much for your time!
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