I always ask myself a simple question: how can I help? How can I help bring this story to life? How can I help bring this character to life? Finally, what gets me through is: curiosity. The need to explore. The beautiful and the gritty. The art of interpretation, gives me the permission to breakthrough all the borders and constructs set by myself &/or others, through playfulness, impulsive decision and deep surrendering.

Who is Duncan?

Duncan (a.k.a Duncan Legoux, a.k.a Duncan Thimotée) was born in France to Franco-British parents. They moved around Europe frequently at early age and by the age of 10, Duncan was settled in Palma de Mallorca. He was home schooled by his mom, permitting him the time to enrol in local theatre company’s and follow his skateboarding passion. At 18 years old, Duncan got accepted to study at East 15 Acting School in London, not long after his professional theatre debut at the Teatro Municipal de Palma for a hit musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, produced by ISLA Theatre. He graduated in 2018, and kickstarted his film career in a Chinese and British feature-film production Chinatown Cannon. The film reached 6 million views on its first week. Duncan, later co-wrote Central (Story) Line, and co- founded Fingers Crossed Theatre Company. The play toured fringe venues in London and the 2019 Copenhagen Stage Festival, receiving 5 & 6 star reviews. At the end of 2020 Duncan became a Laboratory member of the Demidov Studio in London, working alongside a dedicated group of actors training in the art of subconscious surrendering. Duncan has also appeared in; the German TV series on Now TV The King of Palma, as well as in Javier Roldan’s documentary Piratas a las Islas, and countless exciting short films that have made their festival tour worldwide. Duncan is attracted to teamwork and great projects that are personal to the filmmaker. “Duncan is a transformative actor, he has a special talent of surrendering fearlessly to a character, by fully giving way to his instincts, always with an underlining tone of love and care.”