Fight Directors and Action

Our Fight Directors are particularly specialist in creating work for Performance Capture and the growing field of 360° action for Virtual Reality (eg. for the Oculus Rift).  We also of course frequently arrange action for Film, T.V. and Theatre / live performance.  Captivate has a select group of Stunt Co-odinators who join the team as required.

Lyndall Grant

U.K., Europe, Australia.  Company Director.

promo head shotLyndall is a Fight Director and certified Teacher with the British Academy of Dramatic Combat (BADC).  She is also a trained actor (ArtsEd London) and working fight performer, with a strong background in international-level gymnastics, dance, martial arts and national-level sports.

Lyndall arranges sequences for Performance Capture (Motion Capture), Virtual Reality (360° Action), Film and Theatre / Live Performance

She works closely with Director and Actors of each project to create dynamic, story-led action sequences that are organic and suited to the piece (avoiding the cliché of ‘staged’ combat).

Recent fight directing and movement directing work has been with the Melbourne Theatre Company (Melbourne Talam, Minnie and Liraz, Macbeth) and the Rose Theatre Kingston (The Wind in the Willows).  Currently Lyndall is teaching dramatic combat and motion capture at The Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne) and the Actors Centre London.


Andrew Young

U.K., Europe.

Andrew is a Fight Director and certified Teacher with the British Academy of Dramatic Combat.  He trained as an actor at the Mountview Academy of Performing Arts and is a working actor and fight performer.

Andrew has a particular flair for working with younger performers and workshop groups, and has a dynamic approach to tailoring sessions to each group.


Lyndall and Andrew are also available as Movement Director and Movement Designer for Performance Capture.

For more information about Fight Direction for your project or for full CVs, please email


  • Photograph: Lyndall Grant – Fight Director, Fight Performer
  • Potographer: Ben Porter