James Moore, 28, has a ardour for performing which runs via his veins and has fought for that keenness no matter his debilitating situation which has made the whole lot tougher. He acted in Strawman by Rex Obano on the Nationwide Youth Theatre Epic Levels Showcase and appeared in an tailored model of Romeo and Juliet by Kieran Mortell on the Playhouse Summer season Showcase. Nevertheless it’s his function as Charity Dingle’s long-lost son that garnered him the admiration of many, even successful himself a Nationwide Tv Award (NTA) for greatest newcomer final yr. For James himself, he’s most pleased with shining a lightweight on his incapacity and proving to everybody that regardless of a lifelong situation, one’s goals can nonetheless come true.
James mentioned: “I had loads of my very own private battle, my very own psychological battle. I didn’t imagine that I might do it – however it wasn’t for lack of attempting. However I acquired into the Nationwide Youth Theatre and located my agent and it was like a steamroller from that time.”
James gave a heartfelt speech after bagging the highest prize for greatest newcomer and mentioned: “A yr in the past, I by no means thought I’d be there.
“Thanks a lot, this implies the world to me.
“And for Emmerdale to tackle somebody with a incapacity exhibits the development that we want at the moment.”
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