Oat Jenner

Student Information


Oat Jenner was born in Thailand, but moved to the UK (Wales) at an early age. Oat started doing theatre from a very young age, joining his local youth theatre company, and has always been involved in the arts in some way or another. After his time in comprehensive school, Oat went on to continue his studies in acting and performance arts at Gorseinon College and Bridgend College, during this time he was a part of the Young Artists Festival 2018 at ‘The Other Room’, as well as Cardiff’s ‘Chapter Open Air festival’. He joined National Youth Theatre Wales, before continuing his studies at RCS.

Even though Oat’s first love will always be the theatre, he is equally as interested in acting for the screen and his curiosity to travel the world is never far behind, wherever that may take him.

Spotlight pin: 5413-6726-5216

Pronouns: he/him

Height: 5’7″

Playing age range: 17–25

Nationality: British/Thai (permission to work in the UK)

Scholarship/Awards: Lionel Bart Scholarship



Accents: American-Southern States, American Standard, Cockney, RP, *Welsh-Southern

Dance: Contemporary, physical theatre

Movement: Lecoq

Singing: Singing range G1-G3

Previous qualifications: Acting, Distinction* (Bridgend College); Performing arts, Distinction (Gorseinon Gower College)

Other: Stage combat, table tennis, martial arts, full UK Driving Licence


Work Experience:

Dionysos, The Bacchae, RCS (Finn den Hertog)

Horatio, Hamlet, RCS (Peter Collins)

The Lost Elves, Citizens Theatre (Jack Nurse)

Fred, Solace, RCS On the Verge festival (Adam Butler)





Jess Hardwick, 2019

Contact Information


The Bacchae


The Lost Elves