Born in Forfar, Scotland of Estonian parents.
Before becoming an actor he had a variety of jobs including: selling advertising
space, Double-glazing, window cleaner and stable lad.
Enn trained for three years at the Central School of Speech and Drama
in London. His first professional engagement was as a founder member of
The Royal Exchange Theatre Company, Manchester, England, playing alongside
such actors as Albert Finney, Tom Courtney and a former crewmember Emma
Thompson. Leading roles with the company included “Huck” in
Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn and “La Baule” in Have
You Anything to Declare with Brian Cox.
Subsequent theatre work included seasons at The Old Vic Theatre Company,
London in critically acclaimed productions of King Lear and The Rivals
starring and directed by Sir Anthony Quayle. The Greenwich Theatre Company,
England with leaping roles in She Stoops to Conquer, Semi Detached and
Enn also starred as “Blue Snibson” in the multi-award winning
West End Production of the musical Me and My Girl for over fifteen months.
Enn has starred in a number of television series such as the title role
in The Further Adventures of Lucky Jim, based on the Kingsley Amis novel
written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, produced by the BBC. Two series
of the ground breaking silent comedy The Optimist, which he also wrote
or co-wrote for Channel Four. Two series in the title role of “Mog”
written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais for Central Television.
Other notable guest appearances in series are The Kelly Montieth Show
(BBC), Harry Enfield and Chums (BBC), The Rory Bremner Show (BBC), Bremner,
Bird and Frotune (Channel Four).
But it is by being heard and not seen that Enn has made his biggest impact.
Becoming one of the premiere voice talents and impressionists in the UK.
He has voiced hundreds if not thousands of TV and radio commercials, was
an original member of the revolutionary Emmy award-winning show Spitting
Image which ran in the UK for over twelve year. Other notable animated
series include The Books of Beatrix Potter, Wind in the Willows with Michael
Gambon, Michael Palin and Alan Bennett, Pallas with Richard E. Grant,
The Staggering Stories of Ferdinand De Bargos with Jim Broadbent. And
most recently three series of the widely acclaimed animated sketch show
Monkey Dust (BBC), the satirical sketch show 2DTV (TTV) and the award-winning
children’s series Tractor Tom, currently in production The Corpse
Bride for Tim Burton (Warner). Last year he also tasted chart success
with “The Lemon Jelly” track Nice Weather for Ducks, reaching
number 12 on the UK charts.
In the Summer of 2005 he completed principal photography on “Trust
Me”, an independent feature shot in Los Angeles, in the role of
Joe Schmolensky which was written specially for him by writer/Director
Andrew Kazamia. The film also stars Shelley Long ( Cheers, The Brady Bunch
Movie, Outrageous Fortune et al), Craig Ferguson ( Saving Grace, The Big
Tease, Host of “The Late , Late Show” on CBS) , Tony Curran
( League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Flight of the Phoenix, Miami Vice)
Since finishing “Trust Me” Enn has also completed work on
the feature film “Prestige” starring Sir Michael Caine and
Christian Bale : the pilot episode of “Union Jackass” –
a sitcom for the Fox network : and provides two of the voices on The Cartoon
Network animated series “Minoriteam”. In addition he continues
to provide guest voices for various other animated series such as “The
Family Guy” and a variety of video game characters.
During his varied career, Enn has also found time to be a professional
cartoonist and for a while was a regular contributor to The Racing Post
(UK). During his love affair with racing he also bred and rode racing
horses, even managing to win a race as a jockey, a feat, he says, that
will not be repeated in the near future.