Malcolm first came to prominence in the late 90s as a TV presenter for shows such as ITV’s Massive, part of the channel’s Saturday morning output for teenage viewers. Massive was BAFTA nominated and won a Royal Television Society award for Best Entertainment program. He also fronted shows on MTV, CITV and ITV2 and also worked extensively behind the camera in production.
He undertook formal training as an actor at Rose Bruford college of Theatre and Performance, where he studied classical theatre, performing as Lomov in Chekov’s The Proposal, Richard III by Shakespeare and Jason in Euripides’ Medea. His modern theatre study included playing 5 roles in the verbatim theatre piece The Laramie Project: 10 Years later, Guildenstern in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Patsy in Jez Butterworth’s The Wintering. He has played the lead several short films and his theatre work includes playing ‘Ken’ in Sharon Wrights comedy ‘The Social Network” and ‘Clive’ in the new play ‘Termination’ as part of Free Rayne Artists ‘Spiral’ evening of work from up and coming new playwrights, directors and actors at the N16 theatre in London. Recently Malcolm performed the lead role of ‘Harry’ in the revival Vicky Jones awarded winning play ‘The One’ winning 4 star reviews. The play’s production run was extended due to popular demand.