ACTOR / WRITER
I’m a Dorset based actor and writer who trained at the London Centre for Theatre Studies. My theatre credits include AFTER THE DANCE (National Theatre), THE BUS (Above The Stag Theatre), A FLAT FULL OF CHANDELIERS (Hen & Chickens Theatre) as well as new writing at The Southwark Playhouse, The King’s Head and The Vaults. I have also worked with Broom Street Theatre and The Mercury Players in Wisconsin, USA.
My screen work includes TV mini-series SUPER UNIT (dir. Jack Carrivick).
I’m an emerging writer and enjoy writing dynamic roles for women over forty, and I've also written for young audiences. My writing career started by writing monologues to perform for auditions and I had two of my pieces selected by Directors Cut Theatre and performed at The Leicester Square Theatre and at The Pleasance in London as part of a monologue slam. My monologue MONTY’S NOT AN ALIEN was selected by M6 Theatre Company in Rochdale for LOVE IN THE TIME OF CORONA. I was one of ten finalists to have a monologue filmed and the stories were inspired by love and life during lockdown in 2020 and written for young people aged 7-11 year olds. My first play BOOK CLUB was selected by The Space Theatre as part of ScriptSpace for Locked Down, Looking Up in 2020; An online programme funded by Arts Council England for playwrights developing early drafts. I recently adapted BOOK CLUB for radio and plan to tour the stage version when theatres reopen again in the UK.
See the Showreel page for two comedy films I have written, called MOTHERS' PRIDE and OLYMPIC DREAMS.