Tags | Gender: Female

BETTUCa

Beth Tuckey

A VERY ENGLISH SCANDAL, BBC1 ✭ AN INSPECTOR CALLS, Playhouse Theatre ✭ PEER GYNT, Royal Festival Hall

KARVALa

Karli Vale

42ND STREET, Theatre Royal Drury Lane ✭ SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre ✭ TALKING TO THE DEAD, Bonafide Films

MILVAL

Milena Valentin

MACBETH, The James Company ✭ SILA, Codestar Productions ✭ HAPPY VALENTINES, Pantelis Hapeshis

SASVENb

Sasha Venmore-Rowland

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, New Wolsey Theatre ✭ AMAZIN’ JUST AMAZIN’, Old Vic New Voices ✭ JANE EYRE, New Wolsey Theatre

SUEVINb

Sue Vincent

BAD MOVE, ITV ✭ MOUNT PLEASANT, Tiger Aspect ✭ THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE, Derby Theatre

sopwakb

Sophie May Wake

AN INSPECTOR CALLS, Playhouse Theatre ✭ MR SELFRIDGE, ITV ✭ THE LITTLE PRINCE, Belfast Lyric Theatre

LORWANa

Lorna Want

BEAUTIFUL-THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, Aldwych Theatre ✭ HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, Disney/Stage Entertainment ✭ PARADE, Donmar Warehouse

shawara

Shanika Warren-Markland

BROTHERHOOD, Unstoppable Ent. ✭ GONE TOO FAR, Poisson Rouge Films ✭ BATR-ZONE C, Theatre 503

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Tracy Whitwell

MOVING ON, LA Productions ✭ HOLBY CITY, BBC ✭ VINYL, H20 Motion Pictures

BETWILb

Bethzienna Williams

THE ASSASSINATION OF KATIE HOPKINS, Theatr Clwyd ✭ SKINS REDUX, Company Pictures ✭ OUR GIRL, BBC

MOLWINa

Mollie Winnard

CORONATION STREET, Granada/ITV ✭ LOVE, LIES & RECORDS, Rollem Productions ✭ THE NUTCRACKER, National Youth Ballet

sopwisb

Sophie Wise

RILLINGTON PLACE, Bandit Television ✭ HOLLYOAKS, Lime Pictures/Channel 4 ✭ DOCTORS, BBC1

Emi Wokoma, Best Acting Agency, BWH

Emi Wokoma

HOLBY CITY, BBC ✭ TREXX AND FLIPSIDE, BBC ✭ SOUL SISTER, Bill Kenwright

PENWOOa

Penelope Woodman

THE LAST SHIP, Northern Stage ✭ MARY POPPINS, Cameron Mackintosh UK Tour ✭ CORONATION STREET, Granada/ITV

ANNWOOb

Anna Woodside

CAROUSEL, English National Opera ✭ CATS, London Palladium ✭ MY FAIR LADY, Sheffield Crucible

ZOEZAK

Zoe Zak

DOCTORS, BBC1 ✭ HOUSED, Old Vic ✭ THE ANIMALS & CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS, 1927/National Theatre