Headshot photography: Jason Mitchell

Hair Colour: Brown                                Eye Colour: Blue

Singing range: Baritenor                        Playing age: 25-35



'Gabriel Law/Andrew Price', When the Rain Stops Falling, By Andrew Bovell, Directed by Lizzy McBain and Ian Gain (Red Dog Theatre), 2018

'Ben', Much Ado About Muffins, Creation Theatre, (Writer/Director), 2017

'Alex' With You Always, By Mark Ralph Bowman, Old Fire Station Theatre, Directed by Emma Webb, 2016

 'Tom Buchanan', The Great Gatsby, Adapted by Stephen Sharkey, UK Tour, Directed by Eliot Guiralarocca, 2015/16

'Vic Billings', Dusty, Charing Cross Theatre, Directed by Chris Cowie, 2015

'Hindley Earnshaw', Wuthering Heights, Adapted by Joanna Carrick, Red Rose Chain, Directed by Joanna Carrick, 2014

 'Dromio of Ephesus', The Comedy of Errors, Red Rose Chain, Directed by Joanna Carrick, 2014

'Jack', The Institute of Impossibility, Belgrade Theatre/LAStheatre, Directed by Barra Collins, 2014

 'Prince Rupert', Snow White, South Hill Park, Directed by Julian Hirst, 2013

  'Tony', Cider With Rosie, Adapted by Nick DarkEveryman Theatre/UK Tour, Directed by Paul Milton, 2013  

'Eilif', Mother Courage, UK Tour, Directed by Tom Neil, 2012

'John Manley', Black Beauty, UK Open Air Tour, Directed by Jamie Osborn, 2012

'Bertolt Brecht' I, Bertolt Brecht, Adapted by Sue Pomeroy, UK Tour, Directed by Sue Pomeroy, 2012

'Derek', Dreamboats and Petticoats, UK Tour, Directed by Keith Strachan, 2011

'Levin', Anna Karenina, Adapted by Helen Edmundson, Arcola Theatre, Directed by Max Webster, 2011

'Derek', Dreamboats and Petticoats, UK Tour, Directed by Bob Thompson, 2010

'Cupid' , Valentine’s Day, By Andrew Potter, Everyman Theatre Cheltenham, Directed by Andrew Potter, 2010



'Ben', Personal Best, Richmond ELT/Bagley Wood Productions (ELT Series), Directed by James Magrane, 2018

'Adam', One Dark October Evening, Oxford University Press/Bagley Wood Productions (ELT Video), Directed by James Magrane, 2017

'Chris', Who's Got the Monkey? Warwick Business School (Training Film), Directed by Piers Ibbotson, 2017

'Sprout Drinking Man', My Pet Made Me, Blue Cross (Commerical), Directed by Thom Munden, 2017

'Danny', Burying the Mother in Law, TV and Film Co/Farley Pictures, Directed by Sean Wilcock, 2016

'Presenter', Safestore, Impetus LTD  (Training Series), Directed by Sian Miller, 2014

'Clive', Not if I’m Driving, Road Safety Analysis (Viral), Directed by Andrew Coleman, 2013

'Son', Not in my City, Coventry City Council (Viral), Directed by Matthew Cooke, 2010

'Mr Darcy', Pride & Prejudice, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Directed by Michael B Clifford, 2010



 'Presenter', Safestore, Impetus LTD  (Training Film Series), Directed by Mark Vanstone, 2015

 'Oscar Wilde', Talking With Leaders of the Past, English Wordplay (audio book), Directed by Shaun MacLoughlin, 2010

'Linden', Serious Games for Schools, Playgen, Kam Memarzia, 2009



Awarded Sue White Memorial Prize for Excellence of Voice in Performance (BSA) 2010

Selected for BSA Carlton Hobbs Team 2010, Jeremy Sams Musical Theatre Workshop 2010

RSC Voice Workshop with Lyn Darnley 2009, Mask Workshop with Blow up Theatre Company 2009



Accents:         RP, Gloucesterhire (native), Dublin, Manchester, Liverpool, Cockney, Geordie. 

Music:            Tenor Saxophone (Grade 5), Acoustic* & Electric Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Drums.                       

Other:             Horse Riding, Full Driving Licence







“Gatsby’s fierce confrontation with Tristan Pate’s brooding and boorish Tom sets the play on fire in a scene of truly electrifying theatre”

— Eastbourne Herald, The Great Gatsby, 2016
The twin Dromios are played by Laurence Pears and Tristan Pate. Their matching physicality and gift for spirited buffoonery make this a mightily satisfying piece of casting, and each manages to ramp up the comedy even higher with, respectively, a spaced out Pinch in a ball-breaking leotard and a courtesan cavorting as Carmen Miranda.
— The Stage, Comedy of Errors, 2014
There’s no attempt to hide the violence in the characters’ relationships, with Tristan Pate’s drink-sodden Hindley at its forefront.
— What's on Stage, Wuthering Heights, 2014
Helen Edmundson’s version…with its imagined conversations between Anna and
Levin, beautifully captures how their stories speak to each other…Tristan Pate is a
likably bewildered Levin.
— The Sunday Times, Anna Karenina, 2011