Job Bertrand

Job is of Mauritian descent and grew up in South London. He is a graduate of the BA Acting degree at the University of Chichester. 


In 2019, Job performed in ‘Ephebiphobia’, written by Tamsin Oglesby and directed by Joe Harmson at the Tristan Bates Theatre. Job has also co-written work whilst training, exploring issues of social-justice, playing Marcus Knox-Hooke in ‘London Riots’ (2019) and Oluwasuen Talabi in ‘Grenfell’ (2017).

Commercial credits also include McDonald's (2020).


Job also has a background in various sports, notably playing football at semi-professional level. He is also a songwriter, rapper and fluent in French Creole.