Kadiff Kirwan is a British actor of stage and screen. Kadiff Paterson Kirwan was born in Plymouth, Montserrat, to parents Matilda and Peter Kirwan. In July 1995, Montserrat’s Soufrière Hills volcano, dormant for centuries, erupted and buried the island’s capital, Plymouth, destroying its airport and docking facilities, and rendered part of the island, uninhabitable and not safe. With Montserrat being an internally self-governing overseas territory of the United Kingdom in 1998 Kadiff and his family moved and settled in Preston, Lancashire. At the age of 18 Kadiff moved to London to pursue a career in acting. He graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama in 2011 after studying a 3 year degree in Acting. He starred in the National Theatre’s Production of HOME alongside Michaela Coel and Antonia Thomas in 2013/14. He has starred in various productions at theatres including the Donmar Warehouse and The Old Vic. On Screen Kadiff is best known for playing Aaron in BAFTA award winning show Chewing Gum, and Chester in BLACK MIRROR (Netflix). Other credits include Strike (BBC/HBO), Timewasters (ITV), QUEERS (BBC) Crims (BBC) and Call the Midwife (BBC).
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