Spotlight: MARIAH GALE


MARIAH GALE by Faye Thomas
Photo: Faye Thomas
40 Whitfield Street, London W1T 2RH
Phone: 020-7636 6565
Fax: 020-7323 0101
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Weight:8st. (51kg)
Playing Age:20 - 35 years
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Long
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Engaging

About me:

Television Stage Film Radio
2017, Television, Caroline Hughes, Broadchurch, ITV, Various
2017, Television, Eliza, Dr Who, BBC, Bill Anderson
2017, Television, Agnes Lesser, Father Brown, BBC 1, Bob Tompson
2016, Television, Gail Tannen, Grantchester, ITV, Edward Bennett
2016, Television, Lady Bona, The Hollow Crown, BBC 1, Dominic Cook
2014, Television, Kelli Rogers, New Tricks, BBC 1, Brian Grant
2013, Television, Eleanor Younge, Death Comes to Pemberley, BBC 1, Daniel Percival
2013, Television, Jess Madden, Frankie, BBC 1, Ashley Way
2009, Television, Bep Voskuijl, Anne Frank, BBC 1, Jon Jones
2008, Television, Polly, Skins, Channel 4, Harry Enfield
2007, Television, Agnes, Oliver Twist, BBC 1, Coky Giedroyc
2019, Stage, Jane Brodie, Eden, Hampstead Theatre (Downstairs)
2015, Stage, Isabella, measure For Measure, Shakespeare's Globe, Domanic Dromgoole
2015, Stage, Wendy, Wendy & Peter, RSC, Jonathan Munby
2014, Stage, Maggie, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Northampton/Manchester Royal Exchange, James Dacre
2013, Stage, Kayleen, Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Gate Theatre, Justin Audibert
2013, Stage, Catherine, Proof, Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre, Polly Findlay
2012, Stage, Hayley, The Pitchfork Disney, Arcola, Ed Dick
2012, Stage, Olga, Three Sisters, Young Vic Theatre, Benedict Andrews
2010, Stage, Elaine Of Astolat, Morte D'Arthur, RSC, Greg Doran
2010, Stage, Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, RSC, Rupert Goold
2009, Stage, Celia, As You Like It, RSC, Michael Boyd
2009, Stage, Courtesan, Comedy of Errors, RSC, Paul Hunter
2009, Stage, Ophelia, Hamlet, RSC, Greg Doran
2008, Stage, First Fairy/ Peaseblossom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, RSC, Greg Doran
2008, Stage, The Princess of France, Loves Labours Lost, RSC, Greg Doran
2008, Stage, Rose, The Sea, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Jonathan Kent
2007, Stage, Ella/Taylor, Vernon God Little, Young Vic Theatre, Rufus Norris
2006, Stage, Octavia, Antony and Cleopatra, RSC, Greg Doran
2006, Stage, Portia, Julius Caesar, RSC, Sean Holmes
2006, Stage, Miranda, The Tempest, RSC, Rupert Goold
2005, Stage, Annabella, 'Tis a Pity She's a Whore, Southwark Playhouse, Edward Dick
2005, Stage, Helen, Cymbeline, Regents Park, Rachel Kavanagh
2005, Stage, Klara, Musik, Oxford Stage Company, Deborah Bruce
2005, Stage, Nurse Ludmilla, Professor Bernhardi, Oxford Stage Company, Mark Rosenblatt
2005, Stage, Viola, Twelfth Night, Regents Park Theatre, Tim Sheader
2004, Stage, Hero, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Globe, Tamara Harvey
2003, Stage, Emily, Stealing Sweets and Punching People, Latchmere Theatre, Crispin Bonham Carter
2003, Stage, Rowan, The Lost Child, Chichester Festival Theatre, Andy Brereton
2018, Film, Vanessa, Rare Beasts, Western Edge Pictures, Billie Piper
2014, Feature Film, Kakia, The Legend of Hercules, Summit Entertainment, Renny Harlin
2009, Film, Ophelia, Hamlet, RSC/BBC, Gregory Doran
2008, Film, Ellie, Abraham's Point, Spinning Head Films, Wyndham Price
2017, Radio, Amelia, Siege, Radio 4, Marc Beeby
2014, Radio, Ingush, Is Your Love Better Than Life?, Radio 3, Polly Thomas
2014, Radio, Givezo, Life In The Tomb, Radio 3, Polly Thomas
2014, Radio, Poetry Narrator, Words And Music: Street Life, Radio 3
2013, Radio, Ethel Bartlett, For Services Rendered, Radio 4, Lu Kemp
2013, Radio, Adele Roux, Petite Mort, Radio 4, Emma Harding
2012, Radio, Rachel Gulliver, Brian Gulliver's Travels Series 2, BBC Radio 4, Steven Canny
2011, Radio, Rachel Gulliver, Brian Gulliver's Travels Series 1, BBC Radio 4, Steven Canny
2007, Radio, Natascha, Regime Change, BBC 3, Jonquil Panting
2005, Radio, Anna, Parthenogenesis, Radio 3, Nicholas Kok


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Midwest, American-Southern States, American-Standard, London, Northern, RP*
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Contemporary Dance, Piano, Recorder
(* = highly skilled)
Other Skills:Acrobatics, Narration


Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Acting BA (hons)


First Prize Ian Charleson Award 2005, Time Out Live Award for Best Newcomer 2005, Critic's Circle Award for most Promising Newcomer 2005. Special Commendation Ian Charleson Awards 2008 and 2009, nominated Best Actress Off West End Awards 2012, long-listed Best Actress Evening Standard Awards 2012.