HELEN PEARSON by Phil Whitehead
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31 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8DH
Phone: 020 3490 1050
Mobile: 07786 070543
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
West Midlands, England, United Kingdom
City of Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:9st. 5lb. (59kg)
Playing Age:44 - 59 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Bright
Voice Character:Engaging

Currently appearing:

Helen recently filmed a leading role in 'Rome In Love' in Rome for Hallmark Pictures. She played Mrs Poole/ Mrs Linden over the Christmas period in "The Astonishing Times of Timothy Cratchit" at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester directed by Jonathan O' Boyle.

Television Film Stage Musical Short Film
2018, Television, Beth Rundle, No Fury Like A Woman, BBC, Edward Dick
2017, Television, Frankie Osborne (Regular) - 15 yrs since 2002, Hollyoaks, Lime Pictures, Various Directors
2002, Television, Sophie, Murder In Mind II : Disposal, BBC, Frank Oz
2001, Television, Mrs Atkins, Attachments I & II (3 eps), BBC, Kenny Glenaan
2001, Television, Debbie Repp, Inspector Morse: The Remorseful Day, Carlton Television, Jack Gold
2000, Television, Carol Wareing - Regular, 1999-2000, Emmerdale, YTV, Various directors
2000, Television, Debbie Repp, Morse: The Remorseful Day, ITV, Jack Gold
2000, Television, Enid, Border Cafe, BBC, Matt Lipsey
Television, April Macintosh (series regular, 1987-88), Eastenders, BBC, Various Directors
Television, Addie Parsons (guest lead), A Touch of Frost, YTV, Adrian Shergold
Television, Paula, Holding On (2 eps), BBC, Adrian Shergold
Television, Polly, The Darling Buds of May (Christmas Special), ITV, Gareth Davies
Television, Joanne, The Biz, BBC, David Richardson
Television, Various roles in 4 episodes, The Bill, ITV, Various Directors
Television, Winnie, Close to Home, ITV, Ian Hamilton
2019, Feature Film, Vivienne Daniels, Rome In Love, Hallmark, Erik Bross
2014, Feature Film, The Mother, Leopard, Eoin Macken Films, Eoin Macken
1985, Feature Film, Trish, Consuming Passions, Euston Films, Giles Foster
2019, Stage, Mrs Poole/Mrs Linden, The Astonishing Times of Timothy Cratchit, Hope Mill Theatre, Jonathan O'Boyle
2000, Stage, The Mother/ The Prostitute, Comic Potential, West End/ Lyric Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, The Mother/ The Prostitute, Comic Potential, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, Becky Heaven, Love Songs For Shopkeepers, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn
Stage, Samantha, Memories Are Made Of This, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Connal Orton
Stage, Tish, Unleashed, Hull Truck Theatre & Tour, John Godber
Stage, Poopay, Communicating Doors, Swansea Rep, Ian Dickens
Stage, Rita, Educating Rita, Swansea Rep & Tour, Ian Dickens
Stage, Linda, Blood Brothers, Birmingham Rep, Maggie Ford
Stage, Doreen, You Shouldn't Have Joined, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Stage, Doreen, Me Mam Sez, Nottingham Playhouse, Andy Hay
Stage, Liz Morden, Our Country's Good, Swan Theatre, Worcester, Pat Trueman
Stage, Melinda, The Recruiting Officer, Swan Theatre, Worcester, Pat Trueman
Stage, Fagash Lil/Arthur Scargill/Various Roles, Up And Running, Live Theatre, Newcastle, Max Roberts
Stage, Vicki Kugelmann, Miss Roache's War, Croydon Warehouse, Jenny Lee
Stage, The Woman (lead), Two, Whole Hog Theatre Co at The Landor, Paddy Fletcher
Stage, Lil, The Ballroom, Attic Theatre, Wimbledon, David Gilmour
Stage, Penny, Edge of Fear, UK No 1 Tour (prod. Layzell McEvoy), Peter Clapham
Stage, Cordelia, King Lear, Northcott Exeter, Martin Harvey
Stage, Cecily, The Importance of Being Earnest, Vienna's English Theatre, Hugh Sullivan
Stage, Amy, Charley's Aunt, Theatre Royal, York, Richard Williams
2019, Musical, Mrs Poole/Mrs Linden, The Astonishing Times Of Timothy Cratchit, Hope Mill Theatre, Jonathan O'Boyle
Musical, Mrs Johnstone, Blood Brothers, English Theatre Frankfurt, Marc Urquhart
Musical, Becky Heaven, Love Songs For Shopkeepers (Tim Firth), Stephen Joseph Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn
Short Film
2017, Short Film, Lorna, Lorna, Pegasus Films, Lee Skelly


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, Belfast, Birmingham, Cockney, Geordie, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Midlands-East, Midlands-West, Nottingham, RP*, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, German
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics*, Ballet*, Ballroom Dancing*, Blues, Contemporary Dance*, Jazz Dancing, Mezzo*, Mezzo-Soprano*, Piano, Recorder, Sight-Reading, Tap, Violin
Performance:Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate
Vocal Range:A1 to C2 (belt to B♭2)


National Youth Theatre. Arts Ed.