Spotlight: ROXY DUNN


ROXY DUNN by Samuel Black
Photo: Samuel Black
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Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'3" (160cm)
Weight:8st. 7lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:21 - 30 years
Appearance:Eastern European, White
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length

Currently appearing:

Roxy is a graduate of the BBC Comedy Writers' Room 2019. She recently featured in two sketches for BBC3

Television Stage Voice Over Further Credits
2019, Television, Steph, When Your Parents are Freakier than You, BBC3 Quickies, Ben Sutton
2019, Television, Cathy, Pill Side Effects, BBC3 Quickies, Inez Gordon
2018, Television, Gemma, Wannabe, Bullion Productions/BBC3, Ben Murray & Steve Stamp
2018, Television, Snowflake, BBC3 Shorts: Things Not To Say To A Left Wing Snowflake, 2LE Media/BBC3, Dave Walker
2018, Television, Waitress, Mama Lola, BBC3 Quickies, Ben Sutton
2016, Television, Reporter, Sexy Murder, Roughcut/BBC3, Cein Mcgillicuddy
2015, Television, Angelica, Top Coppers, Roughcut/BBC3, Céin McGillicuddy
2015, Television, Cressida (female lead), Father-In-Law (teaser for BBC), Happy Tramp, Kevin Bishop/Neil Webster
2014, Television, Cathy, Babylon (series regular), Channel 4 /Sundance (US), Jon S. Baird / Sally El Hosaini
2013, Television, Cathy, Babylon (pilot), Channel 4 /Sundance (US), Danny Boyle
2019, Stage, Writer/Performer, You Only Live Forever, SOHO Theatre, Chris Head
2018, Stage, Writer/Performer, Timmy, Assembly Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Hanna Berrigan
2018, Stage, Writer/Performer, You Only Live Forever, Assembly Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Chris Head
2017, Stage, Writer/Performer, In Tents and Purposes, UK Tour/SOHO Theatre, Chris Head
2016, Stage, Writer/Performer, In Tents and Purposes, Assembly Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Chris Head
2015, Stage, Jenny, The Gift, Criterion Theatre, Hanna Berrigan
2014, Stage, Writer/Performer, Experiments, The Invisible Dot, Mike Wozniak
2013, Stage, Philip Ridley New Writing Premiers, Old Red Lion Theatre, Amy Ewbank
2013, Stage, Netizen, The Arrest of Ai Weiwei, Hampstead Theatre, James Macdonald
Voice Over
2019, Voice Over, Maroush (Radio commercial), Create Productions/LBC, Mark Heads
2018, Voice Over, Apprentice (Radio commercial), Kindred/UK Gov, John Merriman
2017, Voice Over, EY, The Edge Picture Co.
2017, Voice Over, GSK, Hogarth Worldwide Ltd
2017, Voice Over, Apprentice (Radio commercial), Kindred/UK Gov, John Merriman
2017, Voice Over, Centre Parcs, Hogarth Worldwide Ltd
2016, Voice Over, Costa, 101 London, Mat Dobson
2016, Voice Over, Tom Tom Summer Drive Radio Campaign, 180 Amsterdam
2016, Voice Over, Stage and Screen Animation, Flight Centre Travel Group
2015, Voice Over, Danone Light & Fit, Hogarth Worldwide Ltd, Fiona Gallacher
Further Credits
2019, Web Series, Judith, EX, Neuron Hub, Hunter Allen/Sami Ibrahim
2018, Recording, Various Roles, Top of the Pods, That Lot, David Schneider
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Various Roles, Timewasters, Big Talk/ITV, George Kane
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Sofia, Bounty Hunters, Tiger Aspect/Sky, Toby MacDonald
2016, Commercial, Lead Woman, MOD Pizza, That Lot, David Schneider
2016, Commercial, Commuter, William Lawson Whiskey, AMV BDDO, Jim Archer
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Various, 12 Angry Women, Brighton Dome Studio, Christine Harmar-Brown
2015, Web Series, Rachel, The Girl Whisperer (teaser), LittleRock Pictures (Ralf Little/Zoe Rocha), Giles Alderson
2015, Short Film, Hermes (lead), The Iris Echo, BottleRocket Film, Ted Wilkes
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Lynn, The Rack Pack, Zeppotron/BBC, Brian Welsh
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Officer, Rapid Write Response: Valhalla, Theatre 503, Kim Pearce
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Meg, A Shared Breath, Salisbury Playhouse, Pete Talman
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Martha, Nerve, Nuffield Theatre, Sam Hodges
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Captain Fiat, Don’t Ask: Don’t Tell, Chichester Festival Theatre, Ed Eustace
2014, Short Film, Lizzie, Less, Gabriel Bier Gislason
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Toures' Boy/Musician, The Two Maids of More-Clack, Shakespeare's Globe, Philip Bird


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, East European, Essex, Estuary English*, Geordie, Heightened RP, Irish-Southern, London, RP*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Choral Singing, Flute, Period Dancing
Performance:Audio Drama, Comedy, Comedy Improv, Poetry Reading, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Running*, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Devising, Impersonation, Improvisation, Writer


First Class Honours - Guildford School of Acting

Channel 4/Òran Mór Comedy Drama Award (Shortlisted Finalist)

Funny Women/Comedy Central UK Short Film Competition (Finalist and 'Runner Up' Award)

BBC Comedy Writersroom 2019