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January 2012
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About Teresa

Professional Experience:

Fortunately, I don't tend to get type cast as I played a Nun and a Whore in the same year!

Scariest: Performed STAND-UP IMPRO to a paying audience with experienced comedians and comediennes after only six workshops. One of the comediennes said that I had 'Balls of Steel' because I was the least experienced and had no live experience. I chose to face my fears and not run away although I did contemplate it!

Challenging: Played Miss Furnival, BLACK COMEDY by Peter Shaffer with only three rehearsal days left before the opening night. Having just read through a few scenes I accepted the part not knowing that I was virtually in the entire play and hardly off stage. Not one to be easily phrased I shut myself away and completely immersed myself in the script and character. The Director asked the critics reviewing the play each night if they knew who had been cast at the last minute and they had no idea it was me!

Emotional: Played a Mother at Auschwitz in X-MEN: First Class. Having to walk to my death with my children is something I will never forget!

Demanding: Played Hannah in a (Nightmare Sequence) for ULA, Nightingale Opera. I had to run bare foot through uneven ground which was full of briers repeatedly. Then I had to hold my breath for minutes at a time whilst the waves pushed me against rocks repeatedly. I ended up with mild sun stroke and my body was battered and bruised after half a day's filming at Beachy Head in the height of Summer. If the role demands it sometimes you have to endure a little pain if you want to be believable!

Controversial: Played a Wife 'Perpetrator' in a DOMESTIC VIOLENCE corporate video for The Life Channel. When I saw the footage I didn't even recognise myself!

Goals for 2012:

To perform at the Opening & Closing Ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympics games! Result: Mission accomplished. :D

To secure a part in a feature film which will levitate my career. Result:

Unique traits: My voice; smile and wiggle.


  • Rush

    Rush (2012)
    Film by Ron Howard Italian Spectator

  • Gambit

    Gambit (2012)
    Film by Michael Hoffman Savoy Guest

  • The World's End

    The World's End (2012)
    Film by Edgar Wright Dancer

  • Hysteria

    Hysteria (2011)
    by Tanya Wexler Woman 1 Queing

  • Johnny English Reborn

    Johnny English Reborn (2011)
    Film by Oliver Parker British Delegate

  • Captain America: The First Advenger

    Captain America: The First Advenger (2011)
    Film by Joe Johnston US Civilian

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
    Film by Rob Marshall Hero Mother

  • X-Men: World Class

    X-Men: World Class (2011)
    Film by Matthew Vaugh Mother at Auschwitz

  • The Iron Lady

    The Iron Lady (2011)
    Film by Phyllida Lloyd Downing Street Staff

  • The King's Speech

    The King's Speech (2010)
    Film by Tom Hooper Stand-In for Helena Bonham-Carter (Queen Elizabeth)

  • Clash of the Titans

    Clash of the Titans (2010)
    Film by Louis Leterrier Stand-In for Kaya Scoderlario (Peshet)

  • Robin Hood

    Robin Hood (2010)
    Film by Ridley Scott Whore

  • Cemetary Junction

    Cemetary Junction (2010)
    Film by Ricky Gervais / Stephen Merchant Silver Service Waitress

  • Hippy Hippy Shake

    Hippy Hippy Shake (2010)
    Film by Beeban Kidron VIP Kissing Hippy

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
    Film by David Yates Sophie













  • LAMDA (Acting Coach and celebrated Voice Coach of the Linklater - Irene Bradshaw)

  • •Scratch Comedy Impro ('Up to Scratch' Comedy Impro - Gareth Kane)

  • Creation Dance (Urban Groovz / Street Dance & Hip Hop - Ainhoa Rey)

  • BRIT School (Vocal Coach - Carolyn Herail)

  • RADA (Cutting Edge Actor Training (Jesse Malone d.g.g.b)

  • ICS (Fashion Merchandising)

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