Harry is from Hertfordshire, but moved up to North Yorkshire in 2013. Harry is half Greek, with a father from Athens. Harry is a trans man with a chronic condition called Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome. On the negative side this means his joints dislocate, painfully; on the positive side, it makes him capable of putting his arms and hands into weird and wonderful positions. When he was 14, Harry wrote a short play which won the Hertfordshire Young Playwrights’ Festival and the Watford Palace Theatre Young Playwrights’ Festival the following year.
Part of Harry’s first degree was taught at the Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD). Harry has worked as a police detective, a political and economic researcher, a conference organiser and as a PA amongst other careers and used to arrange meetings between Japanese politicians and bankers and their opposite numbers in the UK. Harry particularly enjoys stage combat and archery (and is ambidextrous, being able to shoot an arrow left handed or right handed)!