ALICE ROSE by Mollie Rose
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40 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0NE
Phone: 020 7970 6010
Fax: 020 7837 7612
Mobile: 07796 891388
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Weight:8st. 9lb. (55kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Appearance:Hispanic, Mediterranean, White
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Friendly


Regular event vocalist. The Oldest Man in Catford: 'Julie...superbly portrayed' (British Theatre Guide); 'beautifully played gentle comedy, full of reserved wit & restrained passion' (Edinburgh Guide) The Boadicea of Britannia Street: 'splendid' British Theatre Guide (Must See) 'this generous ensemble fit their characters like gloves and lift them gloriously from the stage'

2016, Short Film, Alcoholics Anonymous Member, Black Road, Genesius Pictures, Tim Fywell
2015, Event, Event Vocalist, Various, Alice Rose
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Em, Nappy Days, Holly Berry at the Nuffield Theatre, Max Lindsay
2015, Video Game, ADR, Guitar Hero, Pinewood Studios
2015, Voice Over, VA, EY for Spotify, Radioworks, Louise Mulroy
2015, Voice Over, VA, The Wireless Radio, USP Content, Steven Brown
2015, Workshop, Mother, Nappy Days, Holly Berry
2015, Workshop, Nelly, Wuthering Heights, Workshop with Claude-Michel Schonberg, Catherine McDonald
2014, Radio, Joanna, Blind Faith, BBC Radio 2, Ade Morris
2014, Voice Over, V.A, Grosvenor Casinos Radio Ad, Radioworks Ltd, Sara Hashem
2014, Voice Over, Singer, Jingle, Radioworks
2013, Cabaret, Lead singer, Ballesque, Fait Accompli, Sara Matthews
2013, Cabaret, Lead Singer, Cabaresque in the Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall, Ballet Central, Sarah Matthews
2013, Corporate, Corporate Role Play, MC Training, Nationwide
2013, Stage, Janet, The Boadicea of Britannia Street, Quidem Productions, Ade Morris
2013, Stage, Julie, The Oldest Man in Catford, Quidem Productions, Ade Morris
2012, Stage, Maggie Davis, Dust, Quidem Productions, Ade Morris
2011, Stage, Maggie Davis, Dust, Quidem Production, Ade Morris
2011, Stage, Esther, Hip Hop Megillah, Merkavah Theatre, Joel Stanley
2010, Corporate, Mrs.Lovett/Mary Jane Kelly/Crypt Keeper, London Dungeons, Merlin Entertainments, Richard Quincey
2009, Infomercial, Featured Presenter, Atom Styling, Rubi Digital, Gemma Proops
2009, Opera, Performer, La Boheme, OperaUpClose, Robin Norton-Hale/ Adam Spreadbury-Maher
2009, Short Film, Dancer, 6 Women, Edward Thomasson Productions, Edward Thomasson
2009, Short Film, Anna, Full Circle, BMS, Karl Curling
2009, Short Film, Coleen, Radio Dada, Zoetrope, Diana Siataru
2009, Stage, Performer, Newsrevue, Canal Cafe Theatre, James Kermack
2009, Stage, Poppy Finn, The Unthinkable, Hobnob Theatre, Peter Darney
2008, Musical, Ensemble, Rasputin Rocks, Facsimile Productions, Una Buckley
2008, Musical, Lead Woman, Starting Here, Starting Now, All Star Productions, Randy Smartnick
2008, Short Film, Edith, All Things Considered, BMS, Christopher Frankland
2008, Stage, Britney, A Complete Guide to Horses/Forces, Quantum Theatre, Kirsty Dickson
2008, Stage, Flo Thatcher, Bitchin Logic, Hobnob Theatre, Lauren Collins
2008, Voice Over, Narrator, RNIB podcast, RNIB, Eilis Staunton
2008, Voice Over, Demonstrator, Swinky Hair Accessories, Rubi Digital, Gemma Proops
2007, Event, Professional Singer, Marlborough International Jazz Festival
2007, Musical, Mother, He Who Says No; BrechtFest, Embassy Theatre, Chris Baldwin
2007, Musical, Audrey, Little Shop of Horrors; Showcase, Central School of Speech and Drama, Jamie Hinde
2007, Stage, Kim, Last Orders, Solomon Associates, Mark Hyde
2007, Stage, Tereus, Love of a Nightingale (Edinburgh Fringe), Teabreak Theatre Company, Kat Armitage
2007, Stage, Cecily, The Importance of Being Earnest; Showcase, Central School of Speech and Drama, Jamie Hinde
2006, Musical, Performer, The Great Adult Panto, Embassy Theatre, Paul Barker
2005, Musical, Soloist, West Side Story, Birmingham University Guild Musical Theatre Group, Nick Rogers
2004, Musical, Chorus, City Of Angels, Birmingham University Guild Musical Theatre, Nick Rogers
2003, Musical, Chorus, Guys And Dolls, Birmingham University Guild Musical Theatre, Nick Rogers
2003, Stage, Lucy Lime, Eclipse, Article 19 Theatre, Kirsty Glover
2003, Stage, Desdemona, Othello, Allardyce Nicoll Theatre, Dr. Brian Crow
2002, Stage, Shirley/Mrs.Finch, Fen, Watermill Theatre, Ade Morris


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Bristol, Cockney, English-Standard*, Essex, French, Heightened RP, Irish-Southern, London, RP, Scottish-Standard, Somerset, West Country
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, Ballad*, Blues*, Clarinet, Jazz Dancing, Jazz Singing*, Soprano*
Performance:Actor-Singer, Audio Drama, Children's Theatre, Comedy, Live Roleplay, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Professional Singer, Repertory, Singer-Professional, TV Presenting, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Hockey (field), Parasailing, Running*, Scuba Diving*, Swimming, Tai Chi, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Drama Workshop Leader, Journalist


Singing with David Barrell, Kathy Taylor-Jones. Workshops include: Benjamin Newsome, Ian Good, Leontine Hass, Robert Fried, Bob Broad, Tom Kelly, Mary Hammond, Nigel Lilley, Debbie O'Brien, Greg Arrowsmith

Advanced Performers Studio, Riverside Studios (2010)

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2007)

Moscow Art theatre School (2007)

BA Hons (2:1) Drama and Theatre Arts, University of Birmingham (2005)