Britain Simons

Britain Simons

  • Highest Rated: 57% Hickok (2017)
  • Lowest Rated: 50% Holidays (2016)
  • Birthday: Not Available
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Britain David Simons was born In Durango, Colorado to Kelly (Roelke), a photographer, and David Simons, a contractor and architect. He has one sibling, an older sister named Gentry Simons, who works in in freelance marketing. Both were the first children in the family to earn University degrees. As a teen, Britain discovered community theatre and competitive speech team while preparing for a life as an engineer. He traveled to New York with the Carnegie Hall Singers, attended the National Youth Leadership Forum in Washington D.C., and earned his diploma from Montrose High School in 2010 with a 4.0 GPA and honors. He made the decision with his parents to pursue acting. From there, he received the Daniels Fund Scholarship (full ride) to attend the university of his choice. He graduated with his BFA in Theatre Studies from Baylor University, in Texas. He also attended the The National Theatre Institute (NTI) at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, NYC and he spent a short time in St. Petersburg, Russia with The State Theater Arts Academy (NTI). During this time he performed in Regional theatre productions such as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. In his first film he played the antagonist, Cory, in the award-winning indie short, Surgery (2013). Simons subsequently appeared in numerous shorts while attending university full time. He also appeared in his first regional commercial for Pappa Rollo's Pizza, a local pizzeria. After completion of his formal education in 2014, he began building a career in film and commercials in Los Angeles, CA after quickly landing Agency representation. He continued to hone his training for film with John Kirby, known for coaching stars like Jim Caviezel and Cameron Diaz. ​ His first commercial appearances included Walmart's national Dare to Compare campaign, a Honda/Buzzfeed collaboration advert on Snapchat, and an international commercial for Vivo's popular V3 Android smartphone. Soon to follow, he performed in the music video for Showtek - 90s by Nature with over 5 million views on Youtube and then a supporting role in Calum Scott's official music video for his hit release Dancing on My Own with over 45 Million views. ​ Britain's television debut was in an appearance on the Lifetime Television movie "Babysitter's Black Book" with a single line as the Food Truck Boy. Soon after he earned a supporting role in another Lifetime Television feature film Online Abduction (aka Cyber Case) (2015) alongside Brooke Butler, directed by Steven R. Monroe. He made appearances in shows like Murder Book (2015), Unusual Suspects (2015), and Disney's Descendants: School of Secrets (2015) playing Prince Ben, premiering online and the Disney Channel in support of the movie summer event, Descendants (2015 film). ​ After less than two years in Hollywood, Britain began landing credited supporting roles in indie and major feature films. In 2016, he landed the supporting role of Handsome Boy in the critically acclaimed Horror Film, Holidays (2016 film) directed by Kevin Kolsch and Kevin Smith. He played another prince as Prince Daniel in the upcoming film Overlords of Magick. He also received featured roles as military, infected and notably as a Hospital Survivor in the indie zombie film Pandemic as New Artists Alliance producers like Gabriel Cowan felt his acting ability was a welcome addition. From there, he landed the leading voice over role of Daichi in the Ultraman 50th anniversary feature film Ultraman X: the Movie. He's currently represented across the board by Talents Hunters Agency in Los Angeles.

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57% Hickok The Kid 2017
No Score Yet Ultraman X: The Movie Daichi Ozora 2017
50% Holidays Handsome Boy 2016


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