RACHEL LOGAN

RACHEL LOGAN by Jennie Scott
Photo: Jennie Scott
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A I M
Studio 405, The Print Rooms, 164/180 Union Street, London SE1 0LH
Phone: 020-7831 9709
E-mail: info@aimagents.com
WWW: www.aimagents.com
Location:
West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Playing Age:34 - 42 years
Appearance:White
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Friendly
Voice Quality:Melodious

Credits:

Rachel recently played 'Elaine Parris' in Russell T. Davies’ “Years and Years” // Next appearing in Amelia Bullmore's "Traces": transmission late 2019

Television Stage Short Film Workshop Voice Over
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Television
2019, Television, Muriel Quirk, Traces, RED/UKTV/BBC Studios, Mary Nighy
2019, Television, Elaine Parris, Years and Years, RED/BBC/HBO/CANAL+, Simon Cellan Jones, Lisa Mulcahy
2018, Television, Mona Beattie, Coronation Street, ITV, Various
2017, Television, Social Worker, The Moorside, BBC, Paul Whittington
2016, Television, Dr Allen, Emmerdale, ITV, Neil Durno Johnston, Vicky Thomas
2016, Television, Betsy, Victoria, ITV, Tom Vaughan
2015, Television, Dr Allen, Emmerdale, ITV, Alan Wareing
2015, Television, DS Masters, Hollyoaks, Lime Pictures, Nicky Higgens
2013, Television, Dr Allen, Emmerdale, ITV, Alan Wareing
Stage
2017, Stage, Celeste, Robot & Syndicate, Fish & Ram Theatre, Sarah Wallis
2017, Stage, Sabine, Le Grand Fromage, Fish & Ram Theatre, Sarah Wallis
2016, Stage, Various, Response to 10,000 Smarties (rehearsed reading), Three Streets Productions, Alice Malin
2015, Stage, Elf/Carol Understudy, The Night Before Christmas, Leeds Playhouse, Amy Leach
2015, Stage, Romaine/The Woman, Witness for the Prosecution, Theatre Mill (site-specific), Samuel Wood
2015, Stage, Joanne, Equal Shares, JB Shorts, Alyx Tole
2014, Stage, Lucy (Lucifer)/Bureaucraticca/Minister/Clubber, The Sheffield Mysteries, Crucible Theatre, Daniel Evans
2014, Stage, Romaine/The Woman, Witness for the Prosecution, Theatre Mill (site-specific), Samuel Wood
2013, Stage, Janet, The Rain King, Harrogate Theatre & Barnsley Civic, Peter Huntley
2013, Stage, Phedre, Phedre, Second Floor Theatre Company, Peter Huntley
2010, Stage, Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, BOVTS Studio, Andy Burden
Short Film
2018, Short Film, Mrs Tan, Bruce Willis, Let There Be Light Productions, Jack Dearsley
2014, Short Film, Cassie, Lilly, Dee_Fifteen Productions, Brett Chapman
2013, Short Film, Susan, Anniversary, Opposable Films, Jonathan Mills
Workshop
2016, Workshop, July, July Holiday, Leeds Playhouse Summer Sublets, Sarah Wallis
2015, Workshop, Deviser, Negative Space, Dissolve Theatre, Camden Fringe Festival, Chloe Mashiter
2014, Workshop, Eleanor O'Donnell, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (R&D), Theatre Mill, Samuel Wood
2013, Workshop, Carla, The Turing Test, Rampant, Mark Reid
2013, Workshop, Tabiba, Hurr, Freedom Studios, Javaad Alipoor
Voice Over
2019, Voice Over, Various French & British characters, E Learning Project, Pitstop Productions, Jacqui Ong
2016, Voice Over, Narrator, Dong Energy Project, Let There Be Light Productions, Hugh Mann Adamson
2015, Voice Over, Various, E learning/commercial projects, Pitstop Productions, Helen Lauder
2014, Voice Over, Colette (voice of the computer), Viral (Computer Game), Pitstop Productions, Helen Lauder

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cockney, English-Standard*, French, German, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Lancashire, Liverpool, RP, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Salsa Dancing, Soprano
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Karate, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence

Training:

The University of Cambridge

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Reviews for "Witness for the Prosecution"

"From Logan's first appearance, she is magnificent: striking and odd, watchful and upright. She plays the ambiguities and enigmas of the part to a tee in a performance that is a joy to watch." (British Theatre Guide)

"the key performance, once of course immortalised by Marlene Dietrich, is Rachel Logan's Romaine, who goes from ice-cool sophistication to distraught melodrama, but always with a playful double bluff as to her underlying motivation." (The Stage, 4 stars)

"Rachel Logan, even better than last year, and just as intriguing" (The York Press)

"the imposing and watchable Rachel Logan as the scheming Romaine, moving effortlessly from cool deviousness to a tragic portrait of a woman motivated by love." (Flaneur.me.uk)