I have been heavily involved within my school on the Anti Bullying campaign in association with The Diana Award. I helped create a garden within for children to have a safe place if they ever felt alone and spent time training to become an in-school mentor to other students if they had any problems. As a student department we raised money to buy sleeping bags for the homeless which we have donated to our local Salvation Army.
I have also worked for a small Bar/Lounge serving drinks, taking money and clearing/washing up so I am very confident dealing with people of all ages and have often been complemented on my mature approach and attitude to life. In addition to this I have experience with children as I have babysat on multiple occasions. I also have experience with older people as I completed a week of work experience in year 10 at a day care centre for elderly people with dementia. This has allowed me to develop my skills in communicating with a wide variety of ages.
More recently I spent some time working alongside the dog training unit with the Metropolitan Police Force. I had the privilege to experience
working with the dog handlers as they searched the House of Lords for explosives as well as watching the dogs in training at Heathrow airport.
I am completely open to learning new accents or skills required for any roles I may get.
I am a well-spoken, confident, and charismatic young woman, who is open to learning new skills and having new experiences.
I have always attended drama or dance classes starting from a young child and loved performing whether just for parents or on the stage.
My first ever show was The Wizard of Oz at the Secombe Theatre Sutton, Surrey where I played a munchkin and one of the witches’ monkeys. I loved every minute of it and performed in the show on consecutive nights over 2 weeks. Over the next few years, I attended the Ruskin players drama club and performed a variety of characters in various shows. Some of these included lead roles whereby I had to learn solo parts.
We moved to Broadstairs in Kent when I was 10 years old and my priority was to get involved with a drama group. I attended auditions at the Sarah Thorne Theatre and was successful in getting my first role as Agnes in David Copperfield. After this I attended their drama club for a short period of time but unfortunately couldn't continue as it was on a Friday evening and I had to travel a number of hours every other weekend to visit my Dad.
I then became evolved in musical theatre shows during school holidays and performed Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat and a multi-group musical at The Granville Theatre.
I decided to choose Dance as one of my GCSE's as I was already quite involved with Drama outside of school. I thoroughly enjoyed this aspect of my education as it taught me a lot about working in a team and further developed my communication skills. The after school club I was a part of was called Zest, which was a local drama group, I attended this for the most part of a year, however, after the final show I decided that I needed to solely focus on my GCSE's. Now that they have passed, I would really like to get back into acting and musical theatre as it is a great passion of mine that I do not want to see end.
My dream would be to have a full-time career in acting but I am realistic in understanding that this is a hard industry to crack full time. I am therefore happy to pursue this ambition on a part time basis and see what happens. However, I am 100% committed when any roles come my way and would enjoy any challenges that cross my path.
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- Languages Spoken
- Specific Dance Skills
- Street Dance
- Native accent
- Personal Interests
- Health Issues
- Roller skating
- Experienced In
- Children's Theatre
- Theatre (Fringe)
- Theatre (Musical)