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I studied drama at Birmingham School of Acting and was fortunate enough to be approached by several agents following our final London showcase at...

I had my first audition when I was 19. It was during pilot season in Los Angeles for the TV version of Teenage Mutant...

Nothing to Be Done was my debut play as a writer. The beautiful wee absurdist tragicomedy played a number of international festivals in 2013...

Until my first job offer, I had not considered that the performing arts could be a career. The company was called Exponential. I had...

My first professional audition was as a ‘wild card’ for Fantine in Les Miserables. I was still in training and they contacted the Royal...

Someone once told me: “Banish negativity from your life. Things won’t always work, but if you stay positive you learn from the defeats.” That...

My first job was as an assistant stage manager in 1977, touring in the Lake District before gaining a place at Webber Douglas. After...

My first professional acting audition was in July 2012 for a play called The Prize, to be performed at Live Theatre, Newcastle as well...

I got into a wonderful amateur company in Ealing called the Questors, which is still active, aged 15, when I was at convent school,...
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