CATHLEEN MCCARRON

CATHLEEN MCCARRON by Candice Stafford
Photo: Candice Stafford
STANTON DAVIDSON ASSOCIATES
St Martin's House, 59 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4JS
Phone: 020 7581 3388
Mobile: 07956 224068
E-mail: contact@stantondavidson.co.uk
WWW: www.stantondavidson.co.uk
Artist's Website: www.cathleenmccarron.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:8st. 10lb. (55kg)
Playing Age:38 - 45 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Scandinavian, White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Fair
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Cathleen has recently received a number of national and international awards and nominations for her audiobook narration of "Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" by Gail Honeyman. These include: a 2017 US Audiofile Earphones Award, a 2017 UK Radio Indies Group Silver Award - Best Narrator, a 2018 British Book Awards nomination - Best Audiobook and a 2018 US "Audie" Awards nomination - Best Fiction Audiobook. The audiobook also made it onto several "Best of the Year" lists including those of Audible.com and the American Library Association.

Television Audio Radio Film Voice Over Stage
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Television
2016, Television, Fiona, The Trial: A Murder in the Family, Channel 4/Dragonfly, Nick Holt and Kath Mattock
2012, Television, Queen Catherine Parr, BBC Wales "6 Nations" Ident, BBC Wales
2011, Television, Dominique Stratton, Doctors, BBC Television, Dominic Keavey
2009, Television, Molly Anderson, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Richard Signy
2007, Television, Lisa Clarke, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Jan Bauer
2006, Television, Learn Direct (Commercial), Mark Brozel
2005, Television, Julie Hemming, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Rob Knights
2004, Television, Tess, See You See Me (Series 2), BBC Scotland, Fiona MacLellan
2003, Television, Tess, See You See Me (Series 1), BBC Scotland, Clare Little
2002, Television, Lead Girl, Dressing Down - Anti Binge Drinking Campaign (Commercial), Arden Sutherland Dodd, Paul Arden
Audio
2017, Audio, (2006 - 2017), Narrator, around 50 audiobooks - Various titles
Radio
2014, Radio, Susan Robbin, Excluded, BBC Radio 4, David Ian Neville
2011, Radio, Karen, Immaculate, BBC Radio 4, David Ian Neville
2010, Radio, Kirsty Newton, I am I Said, BBC Radio 4, David Ian Neville
2000, Radio, Special Commendation, BBC Carleton Hobbs Radio Drama Competition
2000, Radio, And So Died Riabuchinska, RSAMD, Hamish Wilson
Film
2009, Film, Katy, Not Knowing's Not Enough (Orange Corporate), Take 3 Productions, Tom Starr
2008, Feature Film, Cousin Cathy, Made of Honor, Columbia Pictures, Paul Weiland
2006, Film, Annette, Dean and Annette, A Tad Too Far Productions, Martin Doyle
2006, Film, Laura, Chloe (Short Film), National Film and Television School, Megan Stuart Wallace
2005, Film, Various, Directing Workshops, University Coll. of the Creative Arts
2004, Film, The Policewoman, Teenage Hero (Short Film), Heavy Soul, Dee Allen
2003, Film, Agnes Sampson, Witchcraze, Blast Films/BBC, James Kent
2000, Film, Karin, Hidden (Short Film), Gabriel Films, Craig Strachan
2000, Film, Kate, Dog (Short Film), Sigurd Sundby
Voice Over
2012, Voice Over, Narrator, Ian Rankin iPhone app: Ian Rankin's Edinburgh, Strathmore Publishing, Nicholas Jones
2008, Voice Over, ADR, Doomsday
2007, Voice Over, Various characters and accents, English Language Teaching Tapes, Pearsons
2007, Voice Over, ADR, Wedding Belles
2006, Voice Over, Ident, Learn Direct
2006, Voice Over, Narrator, English Language Teaching Recordings, John Green TEFL Tapes, John Green
1998, Voice Over, Story Teller, Plug Into Books, Readiscovery, Janet Smyth
1998, Voice Over, Voice Over, The Acid House, Paul McGuigan
Stage
2011, Stage, Woman 2, 99.9999999999999% Empty Space, Landor Theatre, Colin Campbell
2010, Stage, Duplicitas, Grand Lying Contest, Crick Crack Club at the Soho Theatre, Ben Haggarty
2008, Stage, Abby, Stitching, Battersea Arts Centre, Jeremy Sheffer
2008, Stage, Padded Cell, Regular improvisational workshops, Jan Bauer/Alex Norris
2007, Stage, Max, Stray Dogs (Rehearsed Reading), Jan Bauer
2006, Stage, Resident Storyteller, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
2005, Stage, Women and War, Royaumont Abbey, Val d'Oise, France, Ian McFarlane
2003, Stage, Sal, The Devil of Great Titchfield Street (Performed Reading), Paines Plough, John Tiffany
2002, Stage, Actor/Dancer, Club Asylum, Company of Angels, John Retallack
2002, Stage, Saying Goodbye to Mr Welcome (Rehearsed Screenplay Reading), Sigma Films, Kenny Glenaan
2001, Stage, Cressida, Troilus and Cressida, Morpheus Theatre, Paul Needham/Ian Barrit
2001, Stage, Clarinda, Ae Fond Kiss, Royal Opera House, Ian McFarlane
2001, Stage, Z, Stroma, Tag Theatre, James Brining
2001, Stage, Change of Fortune (Rehearsed Reading of film script), Gabriel Films
2000, Stage, Greta, The Book Room, Arches Theatre, Andy Arnold
2000, Stage, Rhapsody on St Stephen's Green, Tron Theatre, Andy Arnold
2000, Stage, Mirren, Passing Places (Performed Reading of Film Script), Gabriel Films, Brian Kirk
2000, Stage, Bessie Burgess, The Plough And The Stars, RSAMD, Vladimir Mirodan
1999, Stage, Claudia, Pilate, Morpheus Theatre, Devised
1999, Stage, Kirstie, Weir of Hermiston, Signet Library, Eve Jamieson
1999, Stage, Mrs Sullen, The Beaux' Stratagem, RSAMD, Robert Carson
1999, Stage, Tiresias, Antigone, RSAMD, Jonathan Martin
1999, Stage, Sissy (Then), Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, RSAMD, Peter Lincoln
1999, Stage, Mrs Blunderbore, Jack And The Beanstalk, RSAMD, Russell Boyce
1999, Stage, Clytemnestra, The Oresteia, RSAMD, Joyce Deans
1999, Stage, Margaret, Much Ado About Nothing, Gdansk Shakespeare Festival, Poland/RSAMD, Hugh Hodgart
1998, Stage, Elizabeth I, Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off, Theatre Informer, Vivienne Price
1998, Stage, Ranevskaya, The Cherry Orchard, RSAMD, Hugh Hodgart

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Midwest, American-Southern States, American-Standard, American-Western States, Australian, Canadian, Cockney, East European, Edinburgh*, Essex, Glasgow, Highlands, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, London, RP, Russian, Scottish-Standard*, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Jazz Dancing, Period Dancing
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Audio Books, Audio Drama, Dubbing, Live Roleplay, Role Play, Story Telling, Theatre In Education, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cycling, Pilates, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate, Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Narration, Story Telling, Voice Coach (professional)

Training:

Central School of Speech and Drama (MA Voice) and Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (BA Acting)