Bryan McCormack

Born 1966 in Ayr, Scotland. Sees Doctor Who for the first time in 1972, becomes a fan, remains one [mostly] until Peter Capaldi regenerates.

Starts performing in 1974 by winning the Scottish Schools Excellence in the Recitation of Burns Poetry competition. Wins again in 1977 & 1981.

Voices first radio commercial in 1982 for Moray Firth Radio, volunteers as a presenter for local Hospital Radio in Inverness.

Joins Cumbernauld Youth Theatre in 1983. In 1984 performs his first devised One Man Show ten days before his 18th birthday. Gains his Equity Card in 1987 for A Christmas Carol with Cumbernauld Theatre Company as an Acting ASM.

Voices radio commercials for Oxfordshire’s Fox FM, 1990-1992.

Becomes a non-fiction author in 2010 when Sell Your Self! is published by Bookshaker.

Writer, Director & Star of the fan film Doctor Who – Project: Fifty, made while an undergrad student at UWS Ayr. Production lasts two years, 2012 – 2014.

1st Class Honours Degree in Contemporary Screen Acting from the University of the West of Scotland in 2014.

Writes The Fandom Menace, awarded Best One Act Play of 2014 by UWS.

Masters Degree With Merit in Playwrighting & Dramaturgy from the University of Glasgow, 2016.

One act play Mrs Mackintosh, written while a postgrad student at UoG, shortlisted for The David MacLennan Award 2016.

Becomes a Self-Published Non-Fiction Author in 2019 with A Fan Film Adventure In Space And Time.

Becomes a Self-Published Fiction Author in 2020 with his debut novel The Valentine Trap, Book One of The Paradox Club series.