Spotlight: ME'SHA BRYAN


ME'SHA BRYAN by Alex Winn
Photo: Alex Winn
26-28 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9QQ
Phone: 020 3416 5290
Artist's Website:
West Midlands, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'2" (157cm)
Playing Age:21 - 30 years
Appearance:African-American, Black-Caribbean, Black-Other Areas
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Voice Quality:Bright
Voice Character:Enthusiastic

About me:

Me'sha can be seen on BBC iPlayer as "Megan Poins" in Series 3, Episode 1 of Shakespeare & Hathaway - Private Investigators. She's also appearing as "Chambermaid" in Warner Bros, "The Witches" which is available to stream worldwide.

2020, Film, Suzanne/Mimi, Romantics Anonymous Livestream, Wise Children, Emma Rice
2020, Musical, Suzanne/Mimi, Romantics Anonymous, Wise Children, Emma Rice
2020, Television, Megan Poins, Shakespeare & Hathaway, BBC, Jennie Paddon
2020, Feature Film, Chambermaid, The Witches, Warner Bros., Robert Zemeckis
2019, Television, Camilla Akuwudike, Doctors, BBC, Jennie Paddon
2018, Musical, The Washing Machine, Caroline or Change, Playhouse Theatre, Michael Longhurst
2018, Stage, Amiens, As You Like It, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Max Webster
2018, Musical, The Washing Machine, Caroline, Or Change, Hampstead Theatre, Michael Longhurst
2017, Stage, Young Girl, Desire Under The Elms, Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Sam Yates
2017, Musical, The Washing Machine, Caroline, Or Change, Chichester Festival Theatre, Michael Longhurst
2015, Musical, Deloris Van Cartier/Sr Mary Clarence, Sister Act - A Divine Musical Comedy, The National Concert Hall, Dublin, Tony Finnegan
2014, Musical, Shenzi, The Lion King, Disney, Tim English/Anthony Lynn
2008, Musical, Vocalist, Been So Long, The Young Vic, Ché Walker
2006, Workshop, Moziz, Moziz The Musical, Hackney Empire, Susie McKenna
2005, Workshop, Annie, Porgy and Bess, Cambridge Theatre, Sir Trevor Nunn
2004, Workshop, Prissy, Gone with the Wind, The American Church, Sir Trevor Nunn
2003, Musical, Ensemble, The Wizard of Oz, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Rachel Kavanaugh
2003, Musical, 1st cover "Sarah", Ragtime, Piccadilly Theatre, Stafford Arima
2002, Musical, Chiffon, The Little Shop of Horrors, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Christopher Luscombe
2001, Musical, "Creation" at the Edinburgh Fringe, National Youth Music Theatre


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Black Country*, Jamaican*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, Italian
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
A Cappella*, Alto*, Blues*, Choral Singing*, Classical Singing, Contemporary Singing*, Folk Singing, Jazz Singing, Mezzo-Soprano, Percussion, R & B Singing*, Reggae Singing*, Rock Singing*, Sight-Reading, Singer-Songwriter*
Performance:Actor-Singer, Audio Books, Autocue trained/experienced, Comedy, Master of Ceremonies, Musical Theatre, Musician-Professional, Professional Singer, Radio Presenting, Singer-Professional, TV Presenting, Voice Acting, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics, Basketball, Ice Skating, Netball*, Rollerblading, RollerSkating, Running, Skipping Rope
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Alexander Technique, Composer, Hair Braiding, Lyricist, Narration, Puppetry, Singing Teacher/Coach, Story Telling, Teacher (qualified), Vocal Workshop Leader, Voice Coach (professional)


Vocaltech, London