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Cerith Flinn

Cerith Flinn

Cerith trained at Drama Centre London as an actor. He has worked all over the world, extensively in Film, Television, Stage, Radio and Commercials, filming for HBO, Cinemax, Sky, BBC, CBBC, Chanel 4, Amazon and RTVE. 

He is best known for his series regular roles of Aran in BBC’s fantasy drama ‘Wolfblood’ and Gethin Pryce in BBC’s ‘Eastenders’.

Cerith is currently in development with the feature film ‘Little Dragons’, which he is co-writing and will star in.

Cerith is a type 1 diabetic and has lived with the auto immune condition since he was 10. He views his health condition as his superpower, for him, it’s about harnessing this (superpower) and using it to drive you forward. He is an ambassador for ‘Diabetes UK’ and ‘Diabetes Cymru’, an accolade he’s extremely proud of. He is currently promoting the ‘Know Type 1’ campaign across the UK, helping to raise awareness of type 1 diabetes.

Through his talk, Cerith takes you on the ‘Journey of Success and the Superpower Within’. It begins with early life in Wales as a promising footballer, to his route into acting and establishing himself in the industry, as well as managing a serious health condition. He talks about what ‘success’ is to you, mental resilience, working in a high pressure industry, dealing with knock backs, scrutiny, self-confidence, following your dreams and not letting whatever you’re confronted with hold you back.

Cerith delivers with complete honesty, unashamedly feel good humour, Welsh charm and a bit/ a lot of cheekiness.

Image copyright: Image © Cerith Flinn

  • Price Range:

    £3,000 - £5,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    After Dinner, Education, Event Host, Health & Wellbeing, Inspiration, Motivation, Workshop

  • Topics:

    Confidence, Creative Thinking, Goal Setting, Inspirational, Mindset, Overcoming Adversity, Resilience, Self-Belief, Television

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