Alfie Browne-Sykes is a talented British actor, born on 8th June 1991 in London, England. He is best known for his role as Jason Roscoe in the popular British soap opera, Hollyoaks.
Browne-Sykes began his acting career at a young age, attending the Sylvia Young Theatre School in London. He made his television debut in 2009, appearing in an episode of the BBC drama series, Doctors. He then went on to appear in several other television shows, including Casualty and The Bill.
In 2013, Browne-Sykes landed the role of Jason Roscoe in Hollyoaks. His portrayal of the troubled teenager was widely praised by critics and audiences alike. He remained with the show until 2016, when his character was written out of the series.
During his time on Hollyoaks, Browne-Sykes received several award nominations for his performance. In 2014, he was nominated for Best Newcomer at the National Television Awards and won Best Onscreen Partnership at the British Soap Awards alongside co-star Nikki Sanderson.
Aside from his work on Hollyoaks, Browne-Sykes has also appeared in several stage productions, including a UK tour of The Full Monty.
Browne-Sykes comes from a close-knit family and has spoken publicly about the support they have given him throughout his career. He is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about his own struggles with anxiety and depression.