Spotlight: SIAN THOMAS


SIAN THOMAS by Sandra Lousada
Photo: Sandra Lousada
3rd Floor, 8-12 Broadwick Street, London W1F 8HW
Phone: 020-7287 0077
3rd Floor, 8-12 Broadwick Street, London W1F 8HW
Phone: 020 7287 1070
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Weight:8st. 8lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:61 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Melodious
Voice Character:Sincere

About me:

Sian has been Nominated for 2017 Off West End Award for Best Actress for THE CHERRY ORCHARD.

Stage Television Film
2018, Stage, Sylvia, Home, I'm Darling, National Theatre/Theatr Clywd, Tamara Harvey
2018, Stage, Aunt Pat, The Ferryman, Gielguld Theatre, West End, Sam Mendes
2017, Stage, Older Soween, The Divide, Old Vic, Annabelle Bolton
2017, Stage, Mme Ranevsky, The Cherry Orchard, Arcola Theatre, Mehmet Ergen
2016, Stage, Martha, Platinum, Hampstead Theatre, Adam Penford
2016, Stage, Mrs. Fox, Welcome Home Captain Fox, Donmar Warehouse, Blanche McIntyre
2015, Stage, Grace, The Trial, Young Vic, Richard Jones
2015, Stage, Faustina Bordoni, The Devil to Pay on Brook Street, Handel House Museum, Martin Parr
2014, Stage, Woman in Red, Minetti, Official Edinburgh Festival - Lyceum Theatre, Tom Cairns
2014, Stage, Greta, Eldorado, Arcola Theatre, Simon Dormandy
2013, Stage, Agnes, Passion Play, ATG at Duke of Yorks, David Leveaux
2012, Stage, The Diva, Blue Heart Afternoon, Hamstead Theatre, Tamara Harvey
2011, Stage, Duchess of Glos/York, Richard II, Donmar Theatre, Michael Grandage
2011, Stage, Agrippina, Brittanicus, Wilton's Music Hall, Irene Brown
2011, Stage, Martha, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Northern Stage/Sheffield Crucible, Erica Whyman
2010, Stage, Persian Queen Atossa, The Persians, National Theatre of Wales, Mike Pearson
2010, Stage, Stevie, The Goat, Traverse Theatre, Dominic Hill
2009, Stage, Adult Women, Spring Awakening, Lyric Hammersmith/Novello Theatre, Michael Mayer
2008, Stage, Sybil Thomdyke, Fram, National Theatre, Tony Harrison
2008, Stage, Leona, Small Craft Warnings, Arcola Theatre, Bill Bryden
2007, Stage, Mrs Alving, Ghosts, Bristol Old Vic, Robbie Bowman
2005, Stage, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth (2004-2005), Royal Shakespeare Co/Albery Theatre, Dominic Cooke
2004, Stage, Gertrude, Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Boyd
2003, Stage, Esther, The Price (2 years), ApolloTheatre, Sean Holmes
2002, Stage, Dawn, Up For Grabs, Wyndhams Theatre, Laurence Boswell
2001, Stage, Liz, Feelgood, Hampstead & Garrick Theatre, Max Stafford-Clark
2000, Stage, Joanna, House And Garden, Royal National Theatre, Alan Ayckbourn
1999, Stage, Goneril, King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, Yukio Ninagawa
1997, Stage, Julia, Delicate Balance, Theatre Royal/Haymarket, Anthony Page
1991, Stage, Uncle Vanya, Renaissance
1988, Stage, Countrymania, National Theatre
2014, Television, Eurydice, Atlantis, BBC, Declan O'Dwyer
2013, Television, Sophie, New Tricks, BBC, Andy Hay
2012, Television, Atalope, Merlin, BBC, Various
2011, Television, Mrs Whittington, The Royal Bodyguard, BBC, Mark Bussell/Justin Sbresni
2008, Television, The Abbess, Thinspiration, Channel 4, Harry Burton
2007, Television, Shelly, Half Broken Things, LWT, Tim Fywell
2007, Television, Peggy, Midsommer Murders, LWT, Various
2006, Television, Helen Miller, Vincent, Granada Television, Terry McDonaugh
2006, Television, Mrs Reece, Ruby In The Smoke, BBC Television, Brian Percival
2006, Television, Ingrid, Lewis, LWT, Mark Jobst
2005, Television, Nicola, Worst Week Of My Life, BBC Television, Julian Sbredsni
2002, Television, Film, Crossings, London Weekend Television, Tony Harrison/David Thomas
2019, Television, Paula Kemp, Doc Martin, Buffalo Pictures for ITV1, Nigel Cole
2017, Feature Film, Mrs Thomsen, The Conductor, Kingfisher Films, Maria Peters
2016, Feature Film, Lilly, Finding Your Feet, Eclipse Film, Richard Loncraine
2015, Film, Edith May, War Machine, Netflix, David Michod
2006, Film, Amelia Bones, Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix, Warner Brothers, David Yates
2005, Film, Madame Gaillard, Perfume, Constantin Films, Tom Tykwer
2003, Film, Lady Darlington, Vanity Fair, VF Productions, Mira Nair
1989, Film, Thornild, Erik The Viking, Prominent Viking Film, Terry Jones
1987, Film, Aunt, Prick Up Your Ears, Zenith, Stephen Frears


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New England, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cockney, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, London*, Manchester, Northern, RP, Welsh-Standard
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto*, Ballroom Dancing, Period Dancing
Performance:Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Painting


Central School of Speech and Drama


'Countrymania' (National Theatre) nominated Olivier Award 'Best Comedy Performance' (1988).

'Uncle Vanya' (Renaissance) won TMA 'Best Actress' (1991).

'Up For Grabs' (Wyndhams Theatre) nominated Olivier Award 'Best Supporting Actress' (2002).

'The Price' (Apollo Theatre) won WhatsOnStage TheatreGoers Choice Award 'Best Supporting Actress' (2003).

'The Goat' (Traverse Theatre) won Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland 'Best Actress' (2010).