Elliott is an Award Nominated Actor with over 13 years of experience in Film, TV and Theatre. Most notably known for his role as 'Thorne' in Canadian Screen Award winning show Splatalot. Elliott spent three years working on the sets of Harry Potter, and his role in Little Dorrit tv series for the BBC as the Errand Boy.
Growing up in the heart of North East England, Elliott always knew he wanted to perform.
His first taste of the industry came at the age of 10, portraying Charlie in The Demon Headmaster alongside Dave Benson Phillips and Terrance Hardiman. He played the lead role in a number of stage productions, followed by a role in the RSC's production of Merry Wives of Windsor.
In 2004 Elliott was awarded a full scholarship to attend the Redroofs Theatre School, where he honed his craft with TV and Film roles.
Upon graduating, Elliott was cast in Little Dorrit, and the Harry Potter series.
He was handpicked by David Yates to play a non-speaking role, in a key scene in Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince. Performing alongside Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Jim Broadbent, Elliott spent the next three years working on the rest of the film series.
In 2010, Elliott was cast as Thorne in BBC children’s series Splatalot. The show went on to be a massive success, securing a second season and fans in over 100 countries worldwide. It has since won a Canadian Screen award and has been nominated for a Gemini award.
Elliott received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 2015 World Music & Independent Film Festival, for his performance in the feature film My Lonely Me.