Now filming in Brazil the webseries "Não É Você...", to premiere in 12 June 2015
|Accents & Dialects:|
(* = native)
|Brazilian, French, Italian, Latin American, Spanish|
(* = Native/Fluent)
|Brazilian Portuguese*, Catalan*, English, French, Italian, Spanish*|
|Music & Dance:|
(* = highly skilled)
|Ballet, Blues, Castanets, Choreography, Flamenco, Jazz Dancing, Jazz Singing, Mezzo-Soprano, Rock 'n' Roll Dance, Swing Singing, Tap|
|Performance:||Children's Theatre, Comedy, Living History, Master of Ceremonies, Musical Theatre, Silks, Story Telling, Theatre In Education, TV Presenting, Voice Over|
(* = highly skilled)
|Climbing, Cycling*, Fencing, Football, Gymnastics, Karting, RollerSkating, Stage Combat, Swimming*, Tennis|
|Vehicle Licences:||Car Driving Licence|
|Other Skills:||Alexander Technique, Artistic Director, Dance Teacher, Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Interpreter, Lyricist, Narration, Story Telling, Translator|
RADA: MA (2011-2012)
Stage fight (David Lea)
Actors Centre (includes):
- Pukka Presenting (Kathryn Wolfe)
- An Introduction to Comedy Technique (David Boxer)
- Accent clinic (Terry Besson)
- Singing (Brian Galloway)
Barcelona, Spain - Musical Theatre (Estudi Coco Comín) - 3 years, 2008 - 2010
Barcelona, Spain - Meisner technique (The Actors Workshop) - 1 year, 2009 - 2010
São Paulo, Brazil - BA in Stage Arts: Drama (Universidade de São Paulo) - Acting, 3 years, 2005 - 2007
- “Best Actress” in the Campinas Festival of short plays, as Willy in “This property is condemned”, by Tennessee Williams (dir: Rafael Rios),
- “Best Comedy Ensemble” (as Bathory) for the webseries “The Bloody Show” in the Indie Soap Awards
- “Best Film” by popular choice in the LFA screening for “Lifetime Guarantee” (role: lead female "Shop Assistant") (which was also selected to screen at the 52nd Krakow Film Festival)
- “Best Play” for adapted “The Intruder”, by Maurice Maeterlinck (role: "Ursula" and sisters, adapted to be played as one daughter only) in the 11º Curta Teatro de Piracicaba (Piracicaba’s International Festival of short plays).
"Just the witch you hope to see when you go to Macbeth: Both disturbing and comic, gruesome and sympathetic"
"A rich and exciting performance was to be found in Cristina Lark's Adela. Shakespearean in its depth"
"Versatile Cristina Lark was a picture of sexy fun, and later a super bit of tragicomedy in a heart rending claim"