Dywayne Thomas was born in London, England. He is an actor and martial artist known for Rise of the Footsoldier 4, IF, Ties of the Ribbon, Catalyst, Hello Au Revoir and Ted Bundy Had a Son. Thomas is a lover of great movies. He has a Black belt in Karate and is a winner of multiple National, English and British Karate Championship awards. He is a former Junior British Individual and Team Kata Champion, who represented the London Goju Ryu Karate team between 1987 and 1992.
Dywayne has an impressive portfolio of professional security, medical, health and production safety qualifications. He has extensive experience as a security professional. Clients will range from production, broadcast/media organizations, music artists, entertainment personalities to royal and diplomatic individuals.
Dywayne holds an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, a Master of Arts in Fine Art from the University of Hertfordshire and a HND in Fashion Design and Technology from the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, formerly The London Institute. He is an Alumnus of the Alumni of the London College of Fashion, which includes: Driss Jettou, former PM of Morocco; shoe designer, Jimmy Choo and super model and designer, Alek Wek.
He is of mixed Afro-Caribbean and Amerindian heritage. With a passion for carnival arts, dance and music, Dywayne has performed as a session musician/vocalist and performer with vocal groups, bands, steel orchestras and carnival clubs including: Perpetual Beauty Carnival Association, Pantonic Steel Orchestra, Mangrove Steel band, Eclipse Steel band, Parchmore Project Choir, One Voice Community Choir with Bizzi Dixon and Black Theatre Co-operative with Felix Cross MBE.
His interests include Photography, Heraldy and African Royalty, Martial Arts, Calligraphy, Acting, Media Production, Photography and Illustration.
Safe Management of TV Productions
12th November 2014 - 12th November 2019
- basic filming and editing
- Creative Drawing and Illustration
- Documentary Film
- Feature Film
- First Aid
- Health and Safety
- Screen Combat
- Short filmmaking