I am an actress, writer, theatre-maker, comedian, anthropologist, and activist - phew!
I have been acting professionally since I was in my late teens (having trained as a dancer and performed in musicals as a child), and have worked primarily in theatre, including in the West End and multiple Shakespearean roles.
I write feature screenplays, short films, and plays (and maybe books one day), and also run the all-female Little but Fierce Theatre Company, which presents a mix of classical theatre (especially Shakespeare) and new writing.
I hold a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Journalism and a Master's degree in Anthropology, specialising in Anthropology of gender and mental health, and neuro-anthroplogy. I have also taken degree-level courses in neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology. I studied acting at the American Academy for the Dramatic Arts, and continue to train via regular workshops.