CAMILLE MARMIÉ

CAMILLE MARMIÉ by Mihaela Bodlovic
Photo: Mihaela Bodlovic
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MGA MANAGEMENT
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Location:Glasgow, United Kingdom
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Playing Age:29 - 40 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Scandinavian, White
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Long
Voice Character:Earthy
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Camille is appearing as the Wicked Witch of The West in 'The Wizard of Oz' at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, from 23rd November - 23rd December. For tickets and more information, please go to: https://pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com/production/30821/the-wizard-of-oz/

Stage Television Radio Voice Over Commercial Site Specific Short Film Rehearsed Reading Corporate Further Credits
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Stage
2018, Stage, Almira Gulch / The Wicked Witch of the West, The Wizard of Oz, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Gemma Fairlie
2018, Stage, One / Eight Years, Blackout, New Room Theatre, Paul Brotherston
2018, Stage, Brutus, Acting Out - A Compact Coriolanus, Charioteer Theatre, Laura Pasetti
2017, Stage, Lenoir, Horizontal Collaboration (Scottish Tour), David Leddy / Fire Exit, David Leddy
2017, Stage, Horatio, Hamlet, King's Theatre Southsea, Portsmouth, Max Lewendel
2016, Stage, Kikou, Kikou's Audition, a Clown Piece, Clown Cabaret Scratch Night/Tron Theatre, Tim Licata
2016, Stage, 8 Years, Blackout (Scottish Tour), New Room Theatre/Showroom, Paul Brotherston
2015, Stage, R, If you had a girl, what would you call her? (Development), Jessica Litwak
2015, Stage, Elizabeth Law (younger), When the Rain Stops Falling, Makeshift Broadcast/Tron Theatre, Katherine Nesbitt
2014, Stage, Krasnov, Horizontal Collaboration, David Leddy/Fire Exit, David Leddy
2014, Stage, One, Blackout, New Room Theatre, Joshua Payne/Belle Jones
2014, Stage, South Cumburgh Green (Development 2), Drew Taylor/Jack Webb
2013, Stage, Twitchy-Eyes, Crookie's Castle, Pantomime, Cran Theatre, Frank Miller
2013, Stage, The Bleeding One, Fools (a Bouffon Tréteau Piece), Anatomy at Summerhall, Lewis Sherlock
2013, Stage, Ruth, Party Pieces, Theatre Uncut, Belle Jones
2013, Stage, South Cumburgh Green (Development), Compound, Drew Taylor/Jack Webb
2013, Stage, Blackout, New Room Theatre/Arches/RCS, Joshua Payne
2013, Stage, Nicki, PLSC (Development), National Theatre of Scotland, Uma Rebecca Nada-Rajah
2012, Stage, Varya, The Cherry Orchard, Rekindle Theatre Company, Liz Carruthers
2012, Stage, The Lorimer Delusion. A Treteau Theatre piece, Conflux/SURGE Festival, Alasdair Satchel
2012, Stage, you do it to yourself, you do, and that's what really hurts, proudExposure/Arches (Scratch Night), Drew Taylor
2012, Stage, Ines, Huis Clos, Vienna's English Theatre, Sean Aita
2011, Stage, Le Petit Prince, Le Petit Prince, Vienna's English Theatre, Sean Aita
2010, Stage, Olivia, Twelfth Night, Glasgow Rep, Gordon Barr
2010, Stage, Fool/Cordelia, King Lear, Glasgow Rep, Gordon Barr
2010, Stage, Augusta, Black Snow, RSAMD, Neil Doherty
2010, Stage, Olga, Three Sisters, RSAMD/Citizens Theatre, Guy Hollands
2009, Stage, Understudy/Chorus, Cinderella, Citizens Theatre, Jeremy Raison
2009, Stage, Magdalena, The House of Bernarda Alba, Blood and Milk, Eugenia Kamozinova
2009, Stage, Nurse, Romeo and Juliet, RSAMD, Joyce Deans
2009, Stage, Jen, SubOpera, proudExposure, Drew Taylor
2008, Stage, Chorus, Raspberry: A Musical, Sounds of Progress/Oran Mor, Gordon Dougall
2008, Stage, Fanny, The American Clock, RSAMD, Peter Lincoln
2008, Stage, Hedda Gabler, Hedda Gabler, RSAMD, Katya Kamotskaia
2007, Stage, Dancer/Ensemble, Trilogy Part I, Nic Green
Television
2016, Television, Panel Member 4, The Replacement, Left Bank Pictures / BBC 1, Joe Ahearne
2015, Television, Young Marie, Documentary Now!, Broadway Video (Lorne Michaels)/IFC, Alex Buono & Rhys Thomas
Radio
2017, Radio, Super Rich Kids, BBC Radio 4, Eilidh McCreadie
2014, Radio, BBC Bitesize French N5, BBC, Kate Colin
2013, Radio, BBC Bitesize French N4, BBC, Kate Colin
2011, Radio, Gudrun, The Situation (Ástand), Gjóla/The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, Ásdís Thoroddsen
Voice Over
2016, Voice Over, Various (Loop Group), Outlander Season 2, Starz/Savalas, David Frew
2015, Voice Over, NHS: Service Staff, 29 Studios, Pauline Coogans
2012, Voice Over, Denise, Storyboard Project, INTER-ACT NHS Forth Valley/Small Majority Media, Mary Scott Watson
Commercial
2014, Commercial, Scottish Referendum 'Unmissable', MTP Mallinson Television Productions/Academy Films, Nadia
2013, Commercial, Voice Over, Seeglasgow.is/Icelandair, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau/Icelandair, Nick Maguire/Graeme Mackenzie
2012, Commercial, Voice Over, Seeglasgow.com, Pacific Audio/Glasgow City Marketing Bureau
Site Specific
2017, Site Specific, Custard, Calvinball, Ipdip Theatre Company, EmmaClaire Brightlyn
2014, Site Specific, Lady Boyd, The Bloody Boyds, Conflux, Alan Richardson
2014, Site Specific, Look Beyond, Loop Theatre/GoMA, Laura Edwards
2012, Site Specific, The Shaman's Dream, Stella Polaris, Per Spildra Borg
2012, Site Specific, Locker Girl, The Olympics of the Everyday, Ankur Productions, Shabina Aslam
Short Film
2015, Short Film, Dawn, Bells, Gregor Barclay
2013, Short Film, Emily, This Is Not a Romance, Daniel Hughes
2013, Short Film, Mildred, Billy, Robert Nairn
2013, Short Film, Louise, What Would Google Do?, Screen Academy Scotland, Colin Healy
2013, Short Film, Clementine, Isle of Skye, London College of Communication, Aimée Williams
2012, Short Film, Isobel, To Feel, Callum McLeod
2011, Short Film, Lilja, Nuances (Blaebrigdi), The Icelandic Film School, Anni Olafs
2010, Short Film, Anya, A Ghost Story, RSAMD, Gillian Park
Rehearsed Reading
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Yvette, Mother Courage and Her Children (transl. Tom Leonard), Tron Theatre/Playwright's Studio Scotland, Graham McLaren
2014, Rehearsed Reading, King John, King John, Stone Soup Shakespeare/Tron Theatre
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Broadcast Journalist, "8" by Dustin Lance Black, Glasgay!, Drew Taylor
2011, Rehearsed Reading, Various, Gróska - New Writing Festival, Reykjavík, Ásdís Þórhallsdóttir
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Helena, Uncle Vanya (Howard Barker), RSAMD, Neil Doherty
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Gwen, Offa's Daughter (New Year, New Futures), RSAMD/The Traverse, Neil Doherty
Corporate
2015, Corporate, Presenter, MoneySense Viral Video, Royal Bank of Scotland, Alistair Devine
2015, Corporate, Doctor, NHS: Service Staff, 29 Studios, Pauline Coogans
Further Credits
2018, Audio, The Diver, The Sea Cannot Be Depleted, Wallace Heim
2017, Film, Zombie, Anna and the Apocalypse, Blazing Griffin, John McPhail
2018, Workshop, How to be even more of a Stupid, The Why Not Institute, Angela de Castro
2014, Role Play, Amanda Carsworth, Law Employment Tribunal, Strathclyde University
2013, Role Play, Mrs Grimes, Family Law Elective, Stratchlyde University
2012, Educational, Denise, Storyboard Project, INTER-ACT NHS Forth Valley, Mary Scott Watson
2015, Workshop, The Ensemble Puppeteer, Puppet Animation Scotland, Rene Baker
2013, Workshop, Street Theatre, Conflux/Fadunito, Ferran Orobitg
2011, Workshop, About Weights and Wings (physical theatre), Teatro La Madrugada, Roberta Secchi
2010, Workshop, The Universal Voice, Voice Studio International, Nadine George
2009, Workshop, How To Be A Stupid, Angela de Castro
2008, Workshop, The Moving Body, Francois Lecoq
2008, Workshop, ACTOR-CHORUS-TEXT, Ensemble Training, Anna-Helena McLean

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, East European, French, German, London, RP*, Scottish-Standard
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
Danish, English*, French*, German, Icelandic*, Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto, Argentine Tango, Contemporary Dance
Performance:BASSC-Rapier, Dagger & Unarmed (pass), Clown, Physical Theatre, Poetry Reading, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-riding, Swimming, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Improvisation

Training:

Royal Scottish Academy Of Music & Drama, BA Acting, 3 years, 2007 - 2010

(now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)

Duncan Macrae Memorial Award for the speaking of Scots 2010 (Best Individual Performance)

Carleton Hobbs Nominee 2010

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