Actress represented by Red Door Management - .uk
Helen Kent is a British stage and screen actress.
She was born in Sheffield and began her career as a dancer winning her first ever acrobatics competition at 9 years old. Before leaving home at 16, she won many other Awards and Championships, including a Carl Alan Award for Modern dance and was runner-up in the grand finals of the prestigious Miss Dance of Great Britain championships.
She then went on to train for 3 years at Performers College, in Essex, expanding her skills in singing & drama.
On graduating she has travelled the world in productions big and small and has continued to train with a variation of teachers to hone her acting skills. She has also gained a Licentiate Diploma in Speech & Drama through the Trinity College London.
Film by Black Rock Films / Ewan Gorman (Crime and Drama) Kate
Film by LAPAC Productions / Alex Coleborn (Action) Jennifer
A Light Through Coloured Glass
Film by Scary Bits By Committee / Mike Clarke (Drama) Brenda Soon after his wife has left him, William finds his life turned further upside down after meeting Tina, a younger woman with problems of her own.
Television by ITV / Laurence Wilson (Drama and Romance) Insurance Rep, Lisa Simmons A soap opera set in a fictional village in the Yorkshire Dales.
A Hell That Heaven Made
Film (short) by Raven Pictures / Lily Hiley (Thriller) Edna
Film by JQS Films / Ewan Gorman (Drama) Ivy
All The World Such A Shame
Theater by Stockwell Playhouse / Matthew Bosley (Drama and Mystery) Brian 4
The Morning After
Film (short) by Unclouded Moon Productions / Matthew Bosley (Comedy) Hayley The morning after a brief encounter, Hayley realises there's something missing. But when she confronts her latest squeeze, he takes a walk on the weird side. Can she free herself from his clutches and make it to work in one piece? Unclouded Moon Productions present 'The Morning After', a short comedy starring Helen Kent and Gabriel Burke. Writer: Lorraine Mullaney Director: Matthew Bosley Director of Photography and Editor: Mattia Barbati Sound Designer: Tom Anderson
Series by Wild Street Productions / John Pickard (Comedy) Tracey
Theater by Drayton Arms Theatre / Kieran Rogers (Comedy and Drama) Naomi Weston
In The Spotlight
Television by Dark Orange Productions / Venla Santalahti (Comedy) Jilly TV Pilot
Television by Tales Retold & Funky Sputnik Productions / Rich Whitby (Comedy) Tracy Green TV Comedy based in Leeds about life working in a Call Centre
Legal & General
Commercial by Pink Squid / Louise Organ Jennifer
Love, Love, Love
Theater by Pop Up Theatre / Marilyn Everett-Jones & David King (Comedy) Sandra
Forgive Me Father
Theater by Lost Theatre / Nicholas Blincoe (Drama) Mary
Theater by Directors Cut Theatre Company / Nicholas Blincoe (Drama) Greta
Theater by Leicester Square Theatre / Kamaal Husain (Drama) Vivian
Theater by Directors Cut Theatre / A.S.Spiewak (Drama) Michelle
Film (short) by Carnival Studios / Nedal Shaer (Drama) Emma
Theater by Directors Cut Theatre Company / Laura Rae (Drama) Laura
Where Fairyland Begins
Film (short) by White Space Film Productions / Jon Campbell (Drama) Mother
I Never Wanted This
Music by Kode Media / Jack Bowden Mother (Lead) Music video for Wild Smiles
Commercial by Kode Media / Jamie Muir Mother (Lead)
Carl-Alan Award for Modern Dance