ALISON PEEBLES

ALISON PEEBLES by Denise Cochrane
Photo: Denise Cochrane
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BRENNAN ARTISTS ASSOCIATES
Fifth Floor, Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD
Phone: 0141 553 5403
Mobile: 07710 973858
E-mail: info@brennanartists.com
WWW: www.brennanartists.com
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CARY PARSONS MANAGEMENT
118 Plymouth Place, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV31 1HW
Phone: 01926 735375
E-mail: carylparsons@gmail.com
WWW: www.caryparsons.co.uk
Location:Glasgow, United Kingdom
Height:5'3" (160cm)
Weight:10st. 9lb. (68kg)
Playing Age:51 - 65 years
Appearance:White, Mediterranean, Eastern European
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Auburn
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Strong
  

Credits:

Nominated for her performance as 'Joan' in 'Where Do We Go From Here?' in the Best Actress-Film Category - Scottish BAFTA Awards 2016.

Stage Film Television Comedy Radio Educational Further Credits
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Stage
2017, Stage, Marcia, But That Was Then, A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Graeme Maley
2017, Stage, Betty, Voices In Her Ear, A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Libby McArthur
2016, Stage, Ethel, Frances and Ethel, Oran Mor, Mary McLuskey
2016, Stage, Lucifer, Wakefield Mysteries, Theatre Royal, Wakefield, Andrew Loretto
2016, Stage, Self, White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Aurora Nova
2015, Stage, Helen Alving, Ghosts, Tron Theatre, Andy Arnold
2015, Stage, Marcia ANdronicus, Titus Andronicus, Dundee Rep, Stewart Laing
2014, Stage, Schwarz, Horizontal Collaborations, Traverse Theatre Edinburgh Festival Fringe, David Leddy
2014, Stage, Polonius, Ophelia, Oran Mor - Play, Pie and Pint/Untitled Productions, Stewart Laing
2014, Stage, The Mrs McaVOY, The Kings Kilt, Oran Mor, Marilyn Imrie
2013, Stage, Dame Verity, Ane Satyre of The Thrie Estaits, A & B Productions, Greg Thompson
2013, Stage, Dame Verity, Ane Satyre of The Thrie Estaits, A & B Productions, Greg Thompson
2013, Stage, Ms Pee, CUFF, The Arches, Alison Peebles and Deb Jones
2013, Stage, Mrs Anne Woods, is She One of US, Evergreen Productions, Alison Peebles; Producer - Richard Stirling
2013, Stage, Alison, Paul Bright's Confessions of A Justified Sinner, National Theatre of Scotland and Untitled Projects, Stewart Laing
2013, Stage, Sir William Eure, The Interlude, A&B Productions, Greg Thompson
2012, Stage, Alison, My Shrinking Life, National Theatre of Scotland, Lies Pauwels
2011, Stage, Mother Courage, Mother Courage and Her Children, Birds of Paradise
2010, Stage, Sister Alyosius, DOUBT, Theatre Jezebel, Mary McLuskey
2009, Stage, Autobahn, Theatre Jezebel, Kenny Millar
2009, Stage, The Mother, Fleeto, V.amp Productions, Paddy Cunneen
2009, Stage, Mrs Thorn, Sub Rosa, Fire Exit for Citizen's Theatre, Glasgow, David Leddie
2008, Stage, Narration /Voice Over, 365, National Theatre of Scotland, Vicky Featherstone
2007, Stage, Winnie, Happy Days, The Rep; Dundee, Dominic Hill
2007, Stage, Josephine Strickland, Lie Down Comic, Oran Mor, Marilyn Imrie
2006, Stage, Cat, The Magpie And The Cat, Adrian Osmond
2006, Stage, Gonzalo, The Tempest, The Tron Theatre, Paddy Cunneen
Stage, The Mother, Blood Wedding, Newcastle Playhouse/Derby Playhouse, Alan Lyddiard
Stage, The Bride, Blood Wedding, Communicado, Gerard Mulgrew
Stage, Carmen, Carmen - The Play, Communicado, Gerard Mulgrew
Stage, Vivien/Sylvia, Cosmanaut's Last Message To The Women He Loved, Tron Theatre, Irina Brown
Stage, Lenny, Crimes Of The Heart, Manchester Royal Exchange, Greg Hersov
Stage, Agnes, Evil Doers, Bush Theatre, Simon Usher
Stage, Nancy, Evil Doers, The Bush Theatre, Simon Usher
Stage, Morag, Gillespie, Borderline, Morag Fullarton
Stage, Good Person Of Szechwan, Royal National Theatre, Deborah Warner
Stage, Inez De Castro, Inez De Castro, Traverse Theatre, Ian Brown
Stage, Juno, Juno & The Paycock, Glasgow Citizens Theatre
Stage, Fay, Loot, Royal Lyceum, Ian Wooldridge
Stage, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Tron Theatre, Michael Boyd
Stage, Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, Communicado, Gerard Mulgrew
Stage, Mirandolina, Mistress of The Inn, Borderline, Morag Fullarton
Stage, Nurse Ratchett, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Raindog, Caroline Paterson
Stage, Emilia, Othello, Young Vic, David Thacker
Stage, Woman In Green, Peer Gynt, Royal National Theatre, Declan Donnellan
Stage, Widow Quinn, Playboy Of The Western World, Arches Theatre Co
Stage, Ann, Shining Souls, Old Vic/Peter Hall Co, Chris Hannan
Stage, Magdalene, The House Of Bernarda Alba, Nottingham Playhouse, Pip Broughton
Stage, Ma Ubu, Ubu Roi, Actors Touring Company, John Retallack
Film
2014, Feature Film, Joan, Where Do We Go From Here, Worrying Drake Productions, John McPhail
2011, Feature Film, Meg, 7 Lucky Gods, Dehlavi Films, Jamil Dehlavi
2009, Feature Film, Ann, Fast Romance, ICKLEFLIX, Carter Ferguson
2009, Film, Barbara, Floating Is Easy, Alcoba Films, Graeme Macauley
2009, Film, Susan, Labor, Michael Keilor
2008, Film, Jean, Girl of The Branches, Sorbier Productions - BBC Scotland, John MacLaverty
Feature Film, Ma, Acid House (The Soft Touch), Umbrella Films, Paul McGuigan
Feature Film, Radiographer, AfterLife, Gabriel Films, Alison Peebles
Feature Film, Joan, Silver Tongues, Rebel Song, Simon Beale
Feature Film, Skagerrak, Umbrella Films, Soren Kragh-Jacobsen
Feature Film, Trouble Sleeping, Makar Productions, Robert Rae
Feature Film, Warden, Wasted, Raindog, Caroline Paterson/Stuart Davids
Television
2017, Television, Georgina Gates, Armchair Detectives, Tiger Aspects
2015, Television, Vicki Haldane, Shetland, BBC, Jan Matthys
2012, Television, Vicky Haldane, Shetland, BBC One, Peter Hoar
2012, Television, Auntie Moira, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, STV
2010, Television, Saphia, Lip Service, BBC Scotland/Kudos, Julian Holmes
2010, Television, Sheila Carroll, River City, BBC Scotland, Various
Television, Nancy, Bumping The Odds, Wall To Wall, Rob Rohrer
Television, Sarah Petersen, Casualty, BBC Television, Jim Hill
Television, Dear Green Place, BBC Televison Scotland, Don Coutts
Television, Alice, High Times -series 1, Scottish Television ; Bafta Scotland Award Drama, David McKay and James Henry
Television, Alice, High Times -series 2, Scottish Television, David Mackay and Justin Molotnikov
Television, Ann Cowan, Psychos, Channel 4, Andy Wilson
Television, Miss Danvers, Rab C Nesbitt, BBC Television, Colin Gilbert
Television, Rose, Rose, BBC Television Scotland, Don Coutts
Television, Joan, Sex Traffic, Channel 4, David Yates
Television, Pheemie, Strathblair x 2 series, BBC Television, David Blair/Ken Hannam
Television, Ann Fairley, Taggart, Scottish Television, Alan MacMillan
Television, Isla McLennan, Taggart, Scottish Television, M. D. White
Television, Dr Irene Russell, Taggart 77 - Cause to Kill, Scottish Television, James Henry
Television, Vivien Liddell, The Advocates x 2, Scottish Television, Peter Barbour
Comedy
2016, Comedy, various, Funny How?, WitsHerFace, Various
Radio
2014, Radio, Gypsy Queen; Miss Barnard, Take Me To The Necropolis, BBC Radio 4, Kirsty Williams
2012, Radio, Andi, RIO, BBC Scotland, Eilidh McCreadie
2010, Radio, Colour of Light, BBC Radio Scotland, David Ian Neville
2009, Radio, Poetry Reading, Robert Burns Works Online, BBC Radio Scotland, Esme Kennedy
2008, Radio, Mrs McGillvray, Stanley Baxter Playhouse, CBL/R4, Marilyn Imrie
Radio, Various Roles, Many Radio Dramas, BBC R3;R4; Radio Scotland;, Various Directors
Radio, Jean, My Life And Other Stories, BBC Scotland, David Ian Neville
Educational
2014, Educational, Dame Verity, Ane Satyre of Thrie Estaits, A&B Productions, Gregory Thompson
Further Credits
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Locker Room Talk, Traverse Theatre, Orla O'Loughlin
2012, Short Film, Darren's Mum, Let's Go Swimming, 14c Studio, Douglas King
2012, Voice Over, Miss Jean Brodie, Nightwaves, BBC Scotland, Fiona McLean
2011, DVD, Alison, KIN, Donna Rutherford
2011, Multimedia, self, KIN, Donna Rutherford
2011, Short Film, Ma, Meal Deal, Russell Davidson
2010, Documentary, Voice Over, 100 years of the Co-operative, Media Co-op, Media Co-op
2005, Documentary, Self, Multiple, Media CO-OP, Lucinda Broadbent

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Aberdeen, American-New York, American-Standard, Central Scottish, Cornwall, Cumbrian, Dublin, East European, Edinburgh*, French, Glasgow*, Highlands, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Italian, Lancashire, London, RP, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, Italian, Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto
Performance:Actor-Singer, ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Aerial Hoop, After Dinner Speaker, Audio Books, Audio Drama, Comedy, Comedy Improv, Corporate Roleplay, Dubbing, ECSPC Level 1-Basic (Longsword/Single-Rapier/Unarmed), Poetry Reading, Public Speaking, Radio Presenting, Repertory, Role Play, Silks, Story Telling, Translation Audio Books, Verbatim Theatre, Viewpoints, Voice Acting, Voice Over, Writer/Director - Comedy Fringe
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-riding*, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Artist (Fine Art), Artist (Portrait), Artistic Director, Computer Literate, Dialect Coach, Director, Drama Coach (professional), Drama Workshop Leader, Filmmaker, Fire Eater, Improvisation, Narration, Painting, Public Speaking Coach, Story Telling, Workshop Leader (Acting), Writer

Training:

Edinburgh College of Art; Fine Art. RSAMD

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