CONGRATULATIONS, you’ve just won a BAFTA, how does your speech start?
“Sorry, I promised I’d do this – look Dad, I’m on the Telly!” Seriously though, I’d have to check the card myself several times to make sure they hadn’t made a mistake and my main concern would be not falling over on stage!
What was the last piece you performed in?’
Things That Divide Us’ by Joshua Chandos at 53two Theatre in Manchester. It was their first in-house play within the new arches AND brand-new writing. I am so humbled to have been trusted to tell such an important story about the ongoing refugee crisis and I met some incredible people along the way. An experience I will certainly never forget!
This is so hard! I have always said I want to be Diane Morgan when I grow up. Her hometown is down the road from me and she’s a big inspiration. I love her wicked sense of humour, so I’d love to play her sister or a ‘younger’ version of her.
I love mockumentaries like “The Office” and “Afterlife”
It would be my dream to be cast in the likes of “Motherland”, “Phoenix Nights” or “Brassic”- proper feel good, laugh-a-minute TV but I’m partial to a gritty crime drama too! (I also love Corrie and Emmerdale; they were household staples growing up.
I’m a bit obsessed with Musical Theatre and would love to get stuck into a character role like ‘Paulette’ in Legally Blonde or ‘Audrey’ in Little Shop of Horrors. The list goes on!