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Year Qualification Where 1976 Associated Arts School
I trained as a dancer at a ballet/ dance school aged 6-16 and learnt all types of dance and would regularly perform on stage competing in various Festivals in South of England. I also made a film aged 5 and did numerous modelling shoots and commercials throughout my childhood. I had a break from performing whilst bringing up my family but am now back playing more mature roles which I am really enjoying.
My first acting role was aged 5, staring in a Bafta award winning documentary for Pirelli’s ‘The Tortoise and the Hare ‘ directed by HUGH HUDSON.
I was a member in the early 80's at ‘The Activist Youth Theatre’ which was part of the Royal Court Theatre, playing in EDWARD BONDS play 'The Worlds' and a few short plays directed by DANNY BOYLE. I got my equity card playing a prostitute in Hedda Gabler at the Roundhouse Theatre directed by CHARLES MAROWITZ.
After getting my equity card aged 18, I went on to play leads on TV and landed my first TV LEAD playing Dorothy Tutin's daughter in BBC's Play for Today, Life after Death.
Played lead as Miss Ada Claire in the original Masterpiece BBC drama BLEAK HOUSE. 8 episodes
Played Lead : FLAME TO THE PHOENIX Chanel 4 Film (Lydia)
Played Lead : 'REP ' for Granada TV six episodes (Peggy)
Lead Jackonaey Playhouse BBC ( Princess Saphire)
Lead : 'THE HOME IS THE SAILOR' for Yorkshire TV. ( Nancy)
1 episode of The Professionals. (Claire)
I have also played Cameo roles in Films
MOONLIGHTING with Jeremy Irons.
THE COLD ROOM' with George Segal.
James Bond, 'NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN, Sean Connery ( nurse)
The Wicked Lady, Faye Dunnaway
Friday 13th spoof Unmasked cameo
FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL 4th wedding.
I have recently played a wench in Roger Redfern's Hawkhurst Gang, written by Greg Mosse.
December 2019 Drip Theatre Company
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