Amy Molloy

  • Actor
    Female / London
  • Ethnicity
    Caucasian
    Age Range
    24 - 34
    Height
    5' 4" (1m 63cm)
    Weight
    8st. (51kg)
    Hair Colour
    Auburn
    Eye Colour
    Green
    Build
    Slim
  • Agent

    Agent
    Claire Hoath Management

    Links

    IMDB
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    Twitter
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Reviews

YearReviewPublication
2018Amy Molloy delivers what must sit amongst the top rank of performances to be seen on the Fringe this year.
David Pollock SCOTSMAN
wow247.co.uk
2018Amy Molloy excellent as Mairead, a gun-toting teenager so seduced by the erotic pull of violence..
Lyn Gardner GUARDIAN
theguardian.com
2018the performance shines through&by God it packs a wallop..Molloy gives a perfectly judged performance,containing the emotion until it spills over..
Lyn Gardner GUARDIAN
theguardian.com
2018“Molloy is quietly impressive as the American missionary who believes she has witnessed the devil at work”
Michael Billington GUARDIAN
theguardian.com

Credits

YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2018 - 2019Jean
Film (Feature)
Animals
Sophie Hyde
Closer Productions/ Cornerstone Films
2018Julie
Theatre (Tour)
CYPRUS AVENUE
Vicky Featherstone
PUBLIC THEATER New York
PUBLIC Theater NYC/ Abbey Theatre&MAC Belfast
2018Charlie
Film (Short)
HOMEGIRL
Poonam Brah
BBC Writers Room FILM LONDON
2018Minnie Vautrin (American Missionary)
Theatre
INTO THE NUMBERS
Georgie Staight
Finborough Theatre/Arsalan Sattari Productions
Finborough Theatre
2017Rosie Curran
Film (Short)
Bound
Amy Corrigan
Merlin Films/London Film School
2016Runt
Theatre (Tour)
DISCO PIGS
Cathal Cleary
Reading Rep/Lyric Belfast/Cork Everyman etc.
Lyric Theatre Belfast/ Tron Glasgow/ Birmingham Rep/ Everyman Cork/ Galway Town Hall/ Sheffield Crucible/ Salisbury Playhouse/ Reading Rep
2016Julie
Theatre
CYPRUS AVENUE
Vicky Featherstone
Royal Court
Royal Court London/Abbey Dublin
2016Bernadette Devlin McAliskey/Alice Milligan poem
Theatre
THE PEOPLE SPEAK (Art for Amnesty)
Anthony Arnove/Stephen Rea
Anthony Arnove/Stephen Rea
Mansion House Dublin
2016Nurse Lyle
TV
The Fall (series 3 ep.1)
Allan Cubitt
BBC
2016Julie
Theatre
CYPRUS AVENUE
Vicky Featherstone
Royal Court/Abbey Theatre Dublin
Abbey Peacock Theatre Dublin
2015Young woman/Mrs A/daughter/waitress (solo show)
Theatre
TEASET
Sharon Willems
Amy Molloy&Kibo Productions&Pleasance theatre EDFRINGE
Pleasance Courtyard-EDINBURGH FRINGE
2015Runt
Theatre (Tour)
DISCO PIGS
Cathal Cleary
(Young Vic JMK award) House Theatre tour
Various inc.Brighton/Oxford/Cambridge/Bedford etc.
2015Elizabeth Farley
Theatre (Tour)
PLAYHOUSE CREATURES
Lisa May
Bruiser Theatre Co.Belfast
MAC Belfast & tour/various venues
2015Orla
Theatre
'Little Boxes' by Martha Barnett
Ellen Buckley
Theatre 503 (Rapid Writers Response)
Theatre 503
2015Aine
Theatre
ROCK PAPER SCISSORS
Kate Bannister
Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
2014 - 2015Young Woman (solo)
Theatre
TEASET by Gina Moxley
Sharon Willems
Amy Molloy/KIBO Productions
White Bear Theatre/Barons Court Theatre
2014Gina
Theatre
Let Me Count The Ways-WRITE AT THE HEART
Sharon Willems
Salt Theatre Company
Rich Mix
2014The Moth-Hour/Heirlooms
Radio
International Women's Day
Self Directed
Reel Rebels Radio
Reel Rebel Radio
2014Colorina/Alejandra
Theatre
TEJAS VERDES/VILLA
Emma Jordan/Sophie Motley
Prime Cut Productions
Belfast MAC Theatre
2014Sarah
Theatre
THE PARACHUIST
Sharon Willems
Little Pieces of Gold
The Cockpit
2013 - 2014Phoebe Doyle
TV
Call The Midwife
China Moo Young
BBC/Neal Street Productions
2014Lesley Howell
TV
50 WAYS TO KILL YOUR LOVER- KILLER DENTIST
Jeremy Freeston
Thumbs Up Productions/DiscoveryUSA/CrimeInvestigationUK
2014Bernadette(Mother In Raided House)
Film (Feature)
'71
Yann Demange
Warp Films
2013Louise
Film (Short)
Expecting
Conor O'Callaghan
Cestoda Productions
2013Marian Mitchell
Theatre
OVER THE BRIDGE
Emma Faulkner
Finborough Theatre
FINBOROUGH LONDON
2012 - 2013Louise Kendall
Theatre
MY COUSIN RACHEL
Toby Frow
Gate Theatre Dublin
Gate Theatre Dublin
2012Shopgirl (Sadie)
Film (Feature)
The Sea
Stephen Brown
Independent film and Tonn film productions
2012Lydia/Sarah
Rehearsed Reading
SHE'S A LITTLE FINCH
Hannah Berrigan
RADA
RADA
2012Louise Kendall
Theatre
MY COUSIN RACHEL
TOBY FROW
Gate Theatre Dublin
Gate theatre Dublin
2012Moya Shine
Film (Feature)
Black Ice
Johnny Gogan
Bandit films/Still films
2011 - 2012Mary Madden
Theatre (Tour)
BIG MAGGIE
Garry Hynes
Druid Theatre Company
various, Gaiety Dublin included, see www.druidtheatre.com
2011Molly Durcan (Rachel De Courcy)
Theatre
BELFAST GIRLS (by Jaki McCarrick)
Svetlana Dimcovic
KINGS HEAD THEATRE (Without Decor Season)
Kings Head Theatre Islington
2011Helen
Rehearsed Reading
The Last Curiosity (by Jamie Huxley)
Hanna Berrigan
Young Vic Rehearsed Reading
Young Vic
2011Jenny Hill
Rehearsed Reading
MAJOR BARBARA
Annabelle Comyn
Abbey Theatre, National Theatre of Ireland
Abbey Theatre Dublin
2011Aideen
Theatre
October (by Declan Feenan)
Declan Feenan
Arcola Theatre- Miniaturists
Arcola
2011Frida Foldal
Theatre
JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN
James Patterson (+Howard Davies)
B.A.M HARVEY THEATER NYC
Abbey theatre&Brooklyn Academy of Music New York
2010Frida Foldal
Theatre (Tour)
JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN
James MacDonald
Abbey Theatre, National Theatre of Ireland
Abbey Theatre Dublin, Lower Abbey Street
2010Ensemble
Workshops
Truth in Translations-N.Ireland
Michael Lessac
Michael and Jackie Lessac
All Souls for Queens International Festival
2010Tara
Rehearsed Reading
Love Lies by Owen McCafferty
Owen McCafferty
Prime Cut Productions
Group Theatre Space
2010Mairead
Theatre
LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE
Paul Kerryson
CURVE Theatre Leicester
CURVE Theatre
2009'Poppet' (or Shura) Lead Female
Theatre
BLACK MILK
Matthew Torney
Prime Cut Productions
Brian Friel Theatre, Belfast
2009Kitty Galloway(Lead Female)
Theatre
KITTY AND DAMNATION by Joseph Crilly
Rafe Beckley
Giant Olive
Lion and Unicorn, Kentish Town
2009Bronagh
Theatre
Building Site by Declan Feenan
Joe Murphy (+Declan Feenan)
Arcola Theatre-Miniaturists19
Arcola Theatre
2009Anne(Lead Female)
Theatre
The Surveyor
Kate McGregor
LOST Theatre Company
New End Theatre Hampstead
2009Bella Rafferty
Rehearsed Reading
Words Into Action
John Dunne
London Irish Center-Croft Productions
London Irish Center
2009Father Mullarkey (and Schoolgirl)
Theatre
ONCE A CATHOLIC
David Dorrian
LOST Theatre Company
Upstairs at The Gatehouse
2009Ava (lead female)
Film (Student)
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Anna Wiehl
London Metropolitan University
Various-London
2009Claire
Film (Student)
Channel Six
Rob Erlich
London College of Comunication
Stockwell and Gloucester Road
2009Lead Female
Film (Student)
Asphyxiora
Natasha Davis
Thames Valley University
2008Margaret(Lead Female)
Theatre
COME ON OVER by Conor McPherson
Joe Murphy
Tristan Bates Theatre
Tristan Bates Theatre
2008Polina
Theatre
The Seagull
Phil Weaver
Chelsea Theatre, London
Chelsea Theatre, London
2008Susannah Cibber
Theatre
A Laughing Matter
Georgia Bance
Pleasance Theatre, London
Pleasance Theatre, London
2007Dorie
Theatre
Ferris Wheel (Plays Two)
Tim Roseman (theatre 503)
Pleasance Theatre, London
Pleasance Theatre, London
2007Rosalind
Theatre
As You Like It
Jennie Stoller
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2007First Witch
Theatre
Macbeth
Jennie Stoller
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2007Lady Chiltern
Theatre
An Ideal Husband
Anouke Brook
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2007Kitty Wilkinson
Radio
Kitty wilkinson
Tamsin Collison
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2006Yelena/Mariya
Theatre
Uncle Vanya
Debbie Seymour
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2006Mrs Winemillar
Theatre
Summer and Smoke
Debbie Seymour
Mountview
Mountview Academy
2005Angel
Theatre
Marisol
Carla Moriarty
American Academy of Dramatic Arts(NYC)
A.A.D.A New York City
2004Newsreporter and Gangsters Girlfriend
Film (Student)
Project Norma
Writers Ink
Writers Ink, Belfast short films
Madisons bar and Belvoir Park Hospital
2001Main Role-Teenage Girl
Commercial
BT Extra LineBritish Telecom
Belfast
  • Education

    YearQualificationWhere
    20083 yr. ActingMountview Academy of Theatre Arts
    2005American Academy of Dramatic Arts NYC
    2004LAMDA Exams from Gold medal Honours through to DiplomaLAMDA Diploma (Distinction)

    Additional Skills

    Foundation Diploma with Commendation in Art and Design ( Ulster Art College 2004)

    L.A.M.D.A Gold medal(honors)and Diploma with Distinction

    Gymnastics (very flexible)

    Stage Combat(level one)

    Additional Information

    Biog/REVIEWS FOR AMY MOLLOYS WORK, BELOW:-

    was born and raised in Belfast, N.Ireland.

    She soon moved to London to pursue her acting career in earnest, after achieving a LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) Diploma with Distinction, between school studies in Belfast.

    She spent her summer in NYC to study at AADA (American Academy of Dramatic Arts) and upon receiving Dance and Drama Award funding, for excellence, she was able to complete her training in London.

    More recently Amy has workshopped storylines and helped with extensive character development, with the multi award-winning director/producer team, Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert (WARP films).

    In 2015, she set about producing and performing in her first one woman play, at the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

    The production “TeaSet” (written by Gina Moxley) went on to be a word of mouth success, receiving praise from top theatre critics in the competitive festival of over 3000 shows, including Lyn Gardner's top picks, in The Guardian national publication.

    Praise for the performance includes; REVIEWS

    “Molloy delivers what must sit amongst the top rank of performances to be seen at the Fringe this year... captivating and compelling"

    (SCOTSMAN)

    “the performance shines through and by God it packs a wallop...Molloy gives a perfectly judged performance, containing the emotion until it spills over like a gush of spilled milk”.

    (GUARDIAN)

    “Definitely one of the strongest performances at this years Fringe...the audience can visualise an entire story through her eyes".

    (FRINGE GURU)

    “a powerful and compelling performance as the young woman. She engages immediately with the audience and creates other characters with ease..”. (FRINGE REVIEW)

    “powerful and controlled, credible and engaging...a most memorable piece of theatre”.

    (UK THEATRE WEB)

    “Moxleys tight, taut evocative script brought to vivid life by Molloy"

    (THE LIST)

    “Molloy is by turns furious, distraught, and tautly watchful, with every moment conveyed with real truthfulness”

    (FWORD)

    “Molloy is commanding, vulnerable, versatile. A fascinating watch.”

    (ABSENT REVIEW)

    “A tour de force performance”

    (FEMALEARTS)

    “Performed with incredible intensity”

    (17 PERCENT)

    “Molloy demonstrates beyond all doubt that she is an immensely talented performer...her intensity and commitment to the part (and) her own talents as an actor transport us anywhere the script needs us to be”.

    (BROADWAY BABY)

    Amy continues to expand and diversify as a performer, able for the nuances of screen work, as well as being a strong and engaging stage presence in both dramatic, classic and comedic parts.

    2016 saw her debut at the Royal Court Theatre in London, directed by Artistic Director, Vicky Featherstone, as well as an extensive tour of the demanding two-hander “Disco Pigs”, playing Runt, in a revival of the original (JMK award winning) Young Vic production.

    More REVIEWS for Amy’s work are quoted below;

    For “INTO THE NUMBERS” by Christopher Chen

    “Molloy is quietly impressive as American missionary, Minnie Vautrin, who believes she has witnessed the devil at work”.

    (GUARDIAN)

    “Molloy steals the show as she heartbreakingly describes her efforts to save girls from the Japanese soldiers...the tension of that scene, are when the last of the audience are shifted to the edge of their seats”

    (EVERYTHING THEATRE)

    “A spellbinding encounter...Iris begs to know why Minnie Vautrin (Amy Molloy) committed suicide... a hair raising sequence”

    (INDEPENDENT)

    For “LIEUTENANT OF INNISHMORE” by Martin McDonagh

    “The cast are all terrific, with Amy Molloy excellent as Mairead, a gun-toting teenager so seduced by the erotic pull of violence that she wants to form a terrorist splinter group, to fight for an Ireland fit for moggies."

    (GUARDIAN)

    “The performances, though, especially from Amy Molloy as Padraic's matchingly heartless girlfriend-in-waiting, are a delight”.

    (TELEGRAPH)

    For “KITTY AND DAMNATION” by Joseph Crilly

    “Ireland, 1829, and the "kissable" Kitty Galloway (Amy Molloy) is falling over drunk with Edmund Kean...a first-rate cast and Molloy simply terrific."

    (THE STAGE)

    “Amy Molloy is great fun as the spunky Kitty”

    (TIME OUT)

    “Kitty may lack morals but Amy Molloy plays her with a youthful innocence that even survives strangling her sister”

    (BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE)

    “Molloy plays the beautiful and wild lead and portrays the conventions of an anti-heroine; she is manipulative and seductive while simultaneously winning our hearts”

    (CAMDEN NEW JOURNAL)

    For “ONCE A CATHOLIC” by Mary O’Malley

    "the undoubted star of the evening is Amy Molloy who is totally convincing as Father Mullarkey - a priest who eats his sausages while hearing confession so he can get to the off-licence before it closes."

    (HAM AND HIGH LONDON)

    OVER THE BRIDGE at the Finborough, London 2013

    REVIEWS below:

    Described by The Irish Times as “a brickbat hurled violently against bigotry”, this Northern Irish classic continues to provoke uncomfortable questions about unity, tolerance and the rules we live by today.

    EVERYTHING THEATRE

    The stand-out performances of the evening came from Robert Calvert as Davy Mitchell, Amy Molloy as his daughter Marian and Melanie McHugh as Martha- they gave the most touching portrayals of their characters...

    The most impressive scene, took place at the wake of Davy... The emotions portrayed by the cast in this scene were tender and incredibly sensitive. Amy Molloy as the daughter of the deceased was heart-wrenchingly believable as the bereaved offspring. In this scene, her character delivers the speech which gives the play its name, describing how for three years as a child, she would wait by the bridge to the shipyard everyday to see if her daddy would return with work and, for three years, he never did. Molloy’s delivery was soft, with the anger she wishes to bestow upon her late father’s employer audibly belaboured by her grief...this final scene was both beautifully written and performed, tipping the emotion levels of the audience right over the edge – I wasn’t the only one in the room hastily wiping tears away as the lights went down.

    BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

    Emma Faulkner’s production has an authentic documentary feel and is totally involving. The cast is a fine ensemble.

    Over the Bridge is a major Irish play and deserves a longer run...the West End needs a small theatre to which fringe productions of this calibre can transfer.

    PUBLIC REVIEWS

    Excellent support from Amy Molloy bringing much needed warmth and humanity

    BARGAIN THEATRELAND

    the quality of some performances are astounding...Amy Molloy is fantastic as Marian whose storytelling throughout is spellbinding and completely connected

    WHATS ONSTAGE

    Amy Molloy gives a heartbreaking account of the effect that her father's ongoing unemployment had on her family when she will a little girl.

    MY COUSIN RACHEL (adapted by Joseph O'Connor) at the Gate Theatre Dublin, 2012.

    REVIEWS below:

    TOTALLYDUBLIN.IE

    "Really, he should have plumped for the safe option, the trusty Louise Kendall, who is obviously besotted with him (and excellently portrayed by Amy Molloy)"

    totallydublin.ie/theatre/theatre-features/review-my-cousin-rachel/

    ★★★★ Sunday Business Post

    ★★★★ Metro Herald

    ★★★★ The Irish Mail on Sunday

    ★★★★ Entertainment.ie

    ‘Magnificent‘ Sunday Independent

    ENTERTAINMENT.IE

    "O'Connor's adaptation of the novel balances the drama with a good deal of humour and while there is sincere tension throughout, the occasional ribaldry and quips are assimilated with ease by the splendid cast...My Cousin Rachel engages its audience with a superb combination of wonderful performances and a swiftly moving plot"

    KITTY AND DAMNATION REVIEWS, below:

    Kitty & Damnation THE STAGE

    Published Friday 14 August 2009 by Jonathan Lovett

    "Ireland, 1829, and the "kissable" Kitty Galloway (Amy Molloy) is falling over drunk with Kean

    the quality of Rafe Beckley's fast-paced production and first-rate cast with Peter Gerald, as the dreadfuls' author an oily delight and Molloy simply terrific."

    TIME OUT says (3 stars)

    " there are enough moments in Joseph Crilly's wild plotting and vigorous prose to make you wish there were more ambitious, new history plays like it on the fringe.

    the whole thing is just about held together by director Rafe Beckley's spirited cast. Amy Molloy is great fun as the spunky Kitty, anchored by impressive support "

    "Morning Idyll and Matinee Idol" (4 stars)

    by Chris Bearne for REMOTEGOAT on 14/08/09

    " As Kitty, Amy Molloy was entrancing. The part's a gift and she took it with brio, feistiness, charm and, yes, pathos, from hilarious hangover to poignant loss . I sometimes have a problem with Irish plays mythologising the Irish female, but these sisters somehow between them epitomised the beauty, the spirit and the strength of Irish womanhood .

    Invidious to name names, but I'd follow Amy Molloy and Ruairi Conaghan's story-telling to the end of the rainbow."

    WHATS ON STAGE (3 stars) by Elizabeth Fitzherbert

    "There are some impressive performances. There is the charming and fiesty heroine, Kitty (Amy Molloy), an aspiring actress from the bogs of Ireland .

    Molloy makes for an engagingly plucky if slightly bonkers heroine."

    What Kitty Did Next- IRISH WORLD

    SHELLEY MARSDEN meets Armagh playwright Joseph Crilly (11/8/09)

    "Kitty is played by Amy Molloy, a beautiful young newcomer from Belfast. Amy captures perfectly the pathos and the humour and the downright madness of the emotional downhill sleigh-ride of a life that Kitty creates for herself. A complex and independent character, Kitty is both charming and abrasive, forcefully sensual yet pleasingly vulnerable. Amy is perfect casting in this role." (Joseph Crilly- playwright of Kitty and Damnation).

    "Here, Kitty, Kitty, bad cat!" (4 stars)

    by Stephen Cairns on 14/08/09 for REMOTEGOAT

    Plaudits too go to the actresses who convey the dilemmas and hopes of the women Amy Molloy as the main character, Kitty-She handles pathos, physical comedy, and introspection with an easy ability.

    CAMDEN NEW JOURNAL "Witty Kitty Wins Irish Hearts" by Laura Dukes

    Molloy plays the beautiful and wild lead and portrays the conventions of an anti-heroine; she is manipulative and seductive while simultaneously winning our hearts.

    THE BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

    Review by Howard Loxton (2009)

    Kitty Galloway is a pretty little thing who must have a lot to tell her priest if she ever goes to confession.

    Kitty may lack morals but Amy Molloy plays her with a youthful innocence that even survives strangling her sister

    ONCE A CATHOLIC REVIEWS, below:

    WHATS ONSTAGE - Off West End and Fringe

    Upstairs at the Gatehouse

    ... For this production by LOST Theatre Company... In a variable cast of ten, two performances stand out. Amy Molloy is a sanctimonious Father Mullarkey, for whom missing Mass is a sin more heinous than murder, while Fiona Drummond's sadistic Mother Basil is hilarious,(...) .- Mark Valencia

    TIME OUT London - By Brian Logan

    Posted: Mon Feb 23

    'it's engaging enough, and performed with spirit by its young, all-female cast.(...)

    (...)

    some performers (Fiona Drummond's toxic Mother Basil, Amy Molloy's avuncular Father Mullarkey) rise to the cartoonish style very capably...'

    CAMDEN NEW JOURNAL by EILEEN STRONG

    Performed as a play within a play, the use of an all-female cast generates mixed results. Amy Molloy convinces as Father Mullarkey; she booms as the dogmatic Irish priest, raising humour from his misguided sermons.

    Hamstead and Highgate Express/ HAM&HIGH

    "the undoubted star of the evening is Amy Molloy who is totally convincing as Father Mullarkey - a priest who eats his sausages while hearing confession so he can get to the off-licence before it closes."

    Aline Waites

    About me

    Actor, Irish born, London based (with bases in NYC and Belfast too)

    "Amy Molloy is a great and courageous young talent" ALAN RICKMAN

    Praise for "TEA SET" by Gina Moxley, one woman play, at EDINBURGH FRINGE 2015-

    "Molloy delivers what must sit amongst the top rank of performances to be seen at the Fringe this year...captivating and compelling” SCOTSMAN.

    'the performance shines through and by God it packs a wallop...Molloy gives a perfectly judged performance, containing the emotion until it spills over like a gush of spilled milk'

    GUARDIAN, Lyn Gardner.

    Praise for “INTO THE NUMBERS” Finborough Theatre 2018

    “Molloy is quietly impressive as American missionary, Miss Vautrin, who believes she has witnessed the devil at work”

    GUARDIAN, M.Billington.

  • Skills

    Skin Colour
    • White
    Accents (International)
    • Czech
    • Dublin
    • French
    • Irish
    • Polish
    • Spanish
    Experienced In
    • Commercials
    • Film (Student)
    • Modelling
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TV
    Interested in
    • Commercials
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Modelling
    • Music Videos
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Languages Spoken
    • English
    • French
    • Spanish
    Organisation Memberships
    • Equity
    Accents (UK)
    • Cockney
    • London
    • Northern England
    • Northern Irish
    • Northern Working Class
    • RP
    • Scottish, Standard
    • Southern England
    Accents (North American)
    • Californian
    • Canadian
    • General American
    • Midwest Farm & Ranch
    • New York City
    • Southern American
    • Texas
    General Dance Skills
    • Ballet
    • Contemporary
    • Folk
    • Jazz
    Hair Length
    • Long
    Specific Singing Skills
    • Mezzo-Soprano
    • Soprano
    Perform nude?
    • Only Professionally
    Stage Combat Skills
    • Yes
    Driving Licences
    • Standard
    General Singing Skills
    • Solo
    Native accent
    • Irish
    DBS checked
    • Yes
    Character Types
    • Free-spirited
    • Intellectual
    • Posh
    • Professional
    • Wholesome