Gabriel is a BA Acting graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), which has recently made the World Top 3 schools for Performing Arts (QS Rankings 2021).
He is a recipient of the prestigious Sir John Gielgud Trust award and the Nora Mulligan Award for Verse Speaking.
Theatre Credits whilst training include: Pentheus in THE BACCHAE, Nick in WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, Demetrius in HERMIA’S DREAM (which he co-devised for the 2019 Theatre Olympics in St Petersburg) and Guildenstern in HAMLET.
Other Theatre Credits include: Boy in Harold Pinter’s A NEW WORLD ORDER (Hydrocracker) and Charlie Hexam in Charles Dickens’ OUR MUTUAL FRIEND (BOAT).
Outside of acting, Gabriel loves his sport and is a regular at Muay Thai, Boxing and Football. He also loves to write, paint and play the guitar. For his writing, Gabriel was selected for the Young Writers Course at the Traverse Theatre in Scotland and wrote and directed Real Life for RCS’ On the Verge Festival.