William left Mary Hare School in the summer of 2015 with A Levels in Business Studies, Media Studies and Information Technology.
He has been acting with the Deafinitely Youth Group since he was thirteen years old and completed his Bronze Arts Award with in 2013. William has taken part in all the productions with National Theatre Connections, taking on increasingly demanding roles, and has performed in a variety of venues including the Soho Theatre. In addition, William has been a regular member of Deafinitely Youth Theatre Summer Schools and in 2014 helped to develop the script for the group's successful re-imagining of A Midsummer Night's Dream in which he played a very energetic Puck.
William has also acted in three short films for BSLBT and won best actor award for his performance in Strangers at Clin D'Oeil International Deaf Film Festival in 2013. He was nominated for best actor for the same film at Deaffest in the same year. In 2014 William made a film with a friend entitled "Zero Choice" which was screened and shortlisted at Deaffest for best young film maker.
He is currently rehearsing for Blackout which will be performed, again for the National Theatre Connections, in Spring 2016. William is also a member of the Deafinitely Theatre Hub. He started working as an Intern at Deafinitely Theatre in September 2015.