Renny is an internationally renowned fight director, award-winning actor, director and writer. He is delighted to be able to work with Lucy Bailey again and Fiery Angel.
Theatre fight work includes: London’s West End, The RSC, National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, Young Vic, National Theatre of Scotland, Glasgow Citz, Manchester Royal Exchange, Theatr Clwyd, Crucible Sheffield to name but a few.
TV fights include: Emmerdale (social media accolade of "Best punch ever"), Coronation Street, Hollyoaks, Blue Murder, Man Like Mobeen, Jamaica Inn, So Awkward Series 1-8, So Awkward Kids Club, Goldies Oldies, A Kind of Spark, the multi-award-winning film Tyrannosaur and The Latent Image, released earlier this year. He was stunt co-ordinator for the BBC series Dodger and for series 12 & currently series 13 of Death In Paradise.
As an actor he has played, among others, Salieri (twice), Banquo, Claudius, Capulet, Launcelot Gobbo and the villain Sizzler in Brookside. Most recently he filmed the role of Dr. Gower in The Tower series 2, Harry Pettifer in Miss Scarlet & The Duke series 4, Lubos Sterba in Grace Series 4 and Joe in the romantic comedy Upgraded all for release next year.
As a writer his play D'Eon was a 5* critically-acclaimed sell-out at Hope Mill Theatre Manchester, was translated into Greek and ran for three months in Athens with fourteen 5* reviews. Renny has written many BBC Radio 4 comedies, was a regular writer for The Bill and won a Scotsman Fringe First in Edinburgh for his play Bare. A Dangerous Woman was premiered in Manchester, a one-woman play starring Louise McNulty, who is part of this wonderful company.
Renny is the voice and face of Oblivion at Alton Towers. He directed the fights for Phillip Breen’s ground-breaking production of The RSC’s Comedy of Errors, Lucy Bailey’s Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare’s Globe, Zorro The Musical as well as From Here To Eternity both at The Charing Cross Theatre, London and the national tour of Little Voice last year.