Michael Audreson

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Michael Audreson
Born (1956-08-01) 1 August 1956 (age 58)
England, United Kingdom
Occupation actor, writer, director
Years active 1964–2011

Michael Audreson (born 1 August 1956) is a British actor, who appeared in many films and T.V. shows in the 1960s. He appeared in the Children's Film Foundation series of 12 episodes of The Magnificent Six and a Half before playing the bespectacled "Brains" in Here Come the Double Deckers (1970-71). In the film Young Winston (1971) he played Winston Churchill as a schoolboy.

As the 1970s progressed, Audreson's appearances reduced significantly, but he had a role in a couple of episodes of The Tomorrow People (1978) television series. In 1996 Audreson founded Rivendell Healthcare, a Drug & Alcohol addiction treatment centre. This clinic is now called Mindsets.

He has written and directed two short films: The Man Who Could Read Minds (1999) and Eve Buckingham (2001) starring Susan Hampshire. His feature film The 10 Arenas of Marwood (2010), which he wrote and directed, stars Judi Bowker, John Hasler, Kate G. Laycy, Michael Mayne, Bryan Murray, Lucy Russell, Issy Van Randwyck, Emma Williams and Peter Wickham as Marwood.

He is in pre-production on a transmedia feature Don't Get Mad which looks through the eyes of a young actress at the new phenomenon of communicating via the internet to resolve issues. He has in development a documentary about drug addiction.

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