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I am an actor, writer and theatre maker. I was born in central London and spent my early years in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. My teen years were spent in Brighton, East Sussex where I developed a passion for acting and was thrilled to become a member of the National Youth Theatre at the age of 16. I returned to London as a student and graduated with a first class degree in Comparative Literature with Film from King’s College London.This was immediately followed by studying for a BA in Acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art from where I graduated in 2015.

Since graduating I have been lucky enough to work as an actor on a variety of projects across different media including a television movie for Hallmark, various commercial projects and the world premiers of The Great Divide and Dubailand at The Finborough Theatre.

I am developing my career as a writer and theatre-maker and have written several short plays and my first one woman show The Pursuit of App-iness which made its debut at the 2016 RADA festival. Also in 2016 I co-founded DollyGrip Productions with five other female RADA graduates with the aim of generating female-led ensemble work.

Another interest of mine is running a bi-monthly scratch night, CreativeNights that showcases the work of some of London’s most exciting emerging talent. When I am not acting or writing, I am researching iconic women for my podcast Heroine Addicts.

Other interests that compete for my time are singing (I am a soprano); yoga; improv comedy and surfing, preferably somewhere warm and sunny.