A NZ born and Australian trained actor, Erroll has worked predominately in the mediums of Film and TV. He consolidated his theatrical beginnings and gained a Bachelor of Theatre Arts with a major in Acting from the University of Southern Queensland in Australia.
Beginning his professional career in Sydney it now spans over a decade with titles such as - The Water Horse, Underbelly, Outrageous Fortune and more. Since returning to Aotearoa (New Zealand) he has continued to grow a diverse body of work in Television Dramas, Film, Comedy, TVCs and the occasional piece of theatre including "Street Car Named Desire" which travelled to Provincetown MA, also King Henry II in "The Lion in Winter" and John, in Patrick Marber's "After Miss Julie".
One of Erroll's stand out roles was that of the infamous Mr Big of the Mr Asia Syndicate "Terry Clark" in Underbelly - Land of the Long Green Cloud, this series was produced by ScreenTime NZ and was written as a prequel to the Australian story of "Tale of Two Cities".
Erroll's latest onscreen appearance was in the Desert Road and TV3 production "Harry" as the ruthless gang leader of the Vipers - Wayne "Chocka" Fahey. The drama is 6 hard hitting hour long episodes that revolve around a criminal case to be solved by the central characters played by Oscar Kightley and Sam Neill.