I was born 13th April 1983 to Lynda Bellingham a Canadian born British actress and Nunzio Peluso a Neapolitan restaurant owner in North London.
My first real acting role was a small part in a Rom Com called "Don't Go Breaking my Heart" producd by Bill Kenwright and starring Anthony Edwards and Jennie Seagrove.
I also appeared in two episodes of "East Enders" a commercial for the commonwealth games and an interactive commercial for television.
After my a-levels I worked in a number of different jobs but decided to train as an actor having become involved in a charity called Kids task Force, where I helped in the making of a series of videos to be shown in schools, to help young people learn about issues surrounding personal safety health education.
Working with actors from the National Youth Theatre and going into prisons, and schools facilitating workshops, gave me the courage to apply for Drama school.
I enrolled at the "Central School of Speech and Drama" and trained on the BA-Hons acting for stage and came out with a 2-1.
I was approached by the agency Conway Van-Gelder Grant and I was represented by Jeremy Conway until January 2012. In the time I spent with them I played a reporter in the musical "Nine" starring Daniel Day Lewis and directed by Robert Marshall, Talent 1 in a "Johnnie Walker Commercial" directed by Patrick Daughters and Talent 1 in a "Telecom Italia" commercial Directed by Sam Mendes.
I have also appeared onstage as Lawrence, the photographer and Liam, in the hugely successful national tour of Calendar Girls produced by David Pugh.
I am currently represented by ARG Talent and when I am not working as an actor I am a support manager for the company "Listen" which is a fundraising call centre for charities.