EMMA NOAKES

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67A Gondar Gardens, Fortune Green, London NW6 1EP
Phone: 020-7209 1064
E-mail: voices@voicecall-online.co.uk
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Location:London
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:7st. 10lb. (49kg)
Playing Age:16 - 28 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Long
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Shakespeare and Hathaway (Episode 4) aired 1st March 2018 it is available to watch here: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09trln4

Stage Television Film Radio Rehearsed Reading Further Credits
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Stage
2017, Stage, Valeria, The Rover, Royal Shakespeare Company, Loveday Ingram
2016, Stage, Hecate, Two Noble Kinsmen, Royal Shakespeare Company, Blanche McIntyre
2014, Stage, Doreen, Separate Tables, Salisbury Playhouse, Gareth Machin
2014, Stage, Susannah, Bedroom Farce, Salisbury Playhouse, Gareth Machin
2013, Stage, Perdita, The Winter's Tale, Royal Shakespeare Company, Lucy Bailey
2011, Stage, Catherine, Proof, New Vic, Gwenda Hughes
2011, Stage, Lady Catherine, The Admirable Crichton, New Vic, Theresa Heskins
2011, Stage, Lucy, The Rivals, New Vic, Theresa Heskins
2010, Stage, Daisy, CHARGED - Doris Day By EV Crowe, Clean Break at Soho Theatre, Lucy Morrison
2010, Stage, Young Policewoman, CHARGED - Fatal Light By Chloe Moss, Clean Break at Soho Theatre, Lucy Morrison
2009, Stage, Clara Eynsford-Hill, Pygmalion, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Sir Peter Hall
2008, Stage, Isabella Linton, Wuthering Heights, Birmingham Rep, Indhu Rubasingham
2008, Stage, Clara Eynsford-Hill, Pygmalion, Old Vic, Sir Peter Hall
2008, Stage, Jilly, The Sea, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Jonathan Kent
Television
2018, Television, Maggie Pross (guest lead), Shakespeare and Hathaway, BBC, Carolina Giammetta
2017, Television, Chloe Tavner, Doctors, BBC, Edward Dick
2014, Television, Prudence, New Worlds, Channel 4/Company Pictures, Charles Martin
2012, Television, Shirley Redmond (guest lead), Call the Midwife, BBC/Neal Street Productions, Jamie Payne
2012, Television, Marie Rydell, Holby City, BBC, Simon Massey
2009, Television, Aislene Corrigan, Holby City, BBC, Jamie Annett
2007, Television, Amy Hardcastle, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Rob Knights
Film
2008, Feature Film, Maid, The Other Boleyn Girl, BBC Films, Justin Chadwick
Radio
2015, Radio, Cat Peckam, Shakespeare's Fire, Unique Productions for BBC Radio 4, Frank Stirling
2012, Radio, Denny, Mad Girl, BBC Radio 4, Mary Peate
2008, Radio, Amy, Inside the Whale, BBC Radio 4, Di Speirs
2007, Radio, Emma, Gulf, BBC Radio 4, Toby Swift
2007, Radio, Anne, Maurice, BBC Radio 4, David Hunter
2007, Radio, Reader, Expecting, BBC 7, Gemma Jenkins
2006, Radio, BBC Radio Drama Company (Over 30 Radio Plays) including:
2006, Radio, Lise, The Brothers Karamazov, BBC Radio 4, Marc Beeby and Colin Guthrie
2006, Radio, Zoe, This Is My Car Park, BBC Radio 4, Toby Swift
2006, Radio, Maria, Two Men From Delft, BBC Radio 4, Jeremy Mortimer
2006, Radio, Mary, For The Time Being: a christmas oratorio, BBC Radio 3, Jessica Dromgoole/Conor Lennon/David Hunter
2006, Radio, Sharon, The Fall and Rise of Danny Clarke, BBC Radio 4, Peter Kavanagh
Rehearsed Reading
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Mother, Aphrodite, Sands Film, Andy Bewley
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Witch/Elliot, Grotty, Soho Theatre/Damsel Productions, Hannah Hauer-King
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Imi, Harmony, Old Vic New Voices, Andy Bewley
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Jules, Osama Bin Laden's My Dad, Yousaf Ali Khan
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Cassandra, Chamber Piece/Changing of the Guard, Iqbal Khan
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Merry Go Round, Clean Break, Lucy Morrison
2011, Rehearsed Reading, On Drowning, Soho Theatre, Lucy Morrison
Further Credits
2018, Audio, Reader, Will You Catch Me?, Hachette Books
2017, Audio, Elanora, Doctor Who - Blood of the Time Lords, Big Finish, Nicholas Briggs
2017, Workshop, Juliet, Juliet and Romeo, RSC, Kate Wasserberg
2017, Audio, Reader, Alice in the Spotlight, RNIB Talking Books
2016, Audio, Reader, The Great Cat Conspiracy, RNIB Talking Books
2015, Audio, Reader, How to Fly with Broken Wings, Hachette Books
2013, Audio, Reader, Fruit and Nutcase, RNIB Talking Books
2012, Workshop, Juliet/Fool/Miranda/Merteuil/Trish, Human Jukebox, Royal Shakespeare Company, Sophie Ivatts
2011, Documentary, Various, Stoke HAS Got Talent By Alecky Blythe, New Vic Theatre, Theresa Heskins
2011, Site Specific, Carly, Drive-in, New Vic Theatre, Paschale Straiton
2010, Audio, Reader, Deeper Than Blue, RNIB Talking Books
2009, Commercial, Young Woman, Telenet HD Television, Telenet
2009, Audio, Female Reader, Double Cross, RNIB Talking Books

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, Essex, Lancashire, London*, Northern, RP*, Welsh-Northern, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Mezzo-Soprano
Performance:Audio Drama, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Abseiling, Horse-riding, Scuba Diving*, Stage Combat*, Swimming, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence

Training:

The Oxford School of Drama

Winner of the Carleton Hobbs Award