I graduated from drama school in 2011, in my fifties. I have wanted to act for years and am so glad I finally got round to training! Since then I have gained good experience in theatre and film. Most of my screen work has been short films, but I landed my first TV job this year, playing Elizabeth Clarke, a woman condemned for witchcraft in the 17th century in 'Witches - A Century Of Murder.'
I love the variety of the roles I have played, from the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, through Mother Teresa to a woman with dementia and a Kazakh widow, via queens, an Argentinian journalist and a historian, to name a few. Acting has taken me to Liverpool four times in a play called 'My House Of Memories,' and to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan with 'Transit Passenger.' In 2016 I'm off to Kyrgyzstan to play Kurmanjan, a Kyrgyz heroine.
I really want to develop my screen work and look forward to making connections here.
Series by Various See Links to the right of this page. Link to all credits on Spotlight cv.
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