About Kalam


I am Kalam.

I am an Actor and Magician. Both of these self-proclaimed professions currently fall into the ‘Aspiring’ category of career definitions.

I am also a bit of a movie buff and like to stay up to date with most of the mainstream cinema releases as well as some older ones.

I am a gamer, partaking in the offerings of both Microsoft and Sony, and soon to be Nintendo too.

In a nutshell the above photo pretty describes me, I have delusions of a Sinatra-esque lifestyle.

This is my personal blog and my first attempt at something like this, and I wonder why it took me so long to get round to doing something like this considering how much time I spend on other social networking sites but hey ho, let’s see how it goes.

I am quite an outgoing person and my friends I have made throughout my University days are like family to me.

But this side of me is somewhat restricted at the moment due to having to live at home with my mother for the immediate future and essentially live two lives for the sake of keeping the peace but more on that later.

Beyond that I would like to keep this part fairly vague as I’m sure the crux of who I am will be come apparent over the course of the length of however long this blog runs for.

I hope you enjoy my ramblings and I hope to hear your own ramblings too!

Kal x


One response

13 11 2013
Veronica Ellis

Hello Kalam,
Great to see you are looking to continue your training. Best of luck in Oxford, it would be good to read a regular blog from an actor in full time training.
Kind regards,
Melbourne Acting Studio – London

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