Spotlight: HEATHER WILLIAMS

HEATHER WILLIAMS

HEATHER WILLIAMS by L.B. Photography
Photo: L.B. Photography
PRODUCTION EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT
54 Canonbury Road, London N1 2DQ
Phone: 020 7686 3215
Mobile: 07748 644308
E-mail: agents@theproductionexchange.com
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Location:
City of Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'3" (160cm)
Playing Age:46 - 60 years
Appearance:White
Nationality:British
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Friendly
Voice Quality:Warm

About me:

Stage Television Further Credits
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Stage
2019, Stage, George Johnson/Dabby, OUR COUNTRY"S GOOD, The Tobacco Factory, Anna Girvan
2019, Stage, Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Mike Tweddle
2018, Stage, Mother Duck, Ugly Duckling, Travelling Light, Craig Edwards
2017, Stage, Odette, Up Down Man, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Brendan Murray
2016, Stage, Susan, The Love I Feel Is Red, Tobacco Factory Theatres/Oran Mor, Nell Crouch
2016, Stage, Odette, Up Down Man, Salisbury Playhouse / Myrtle Theatre, Brendan Murray
2015, Stage, Wise Woman / Nan, Sleeping Beauty, Bristol Old Vic, Sally Cookson
2012, Stage, Odette, Up Down Boy, Salisbury Playhouse/ Myrtle Theatre/ National Tour, Gareth Machin
2010, Stage, Mum, City of One, Myrtle Theatre, Caroline Hunt
2010, Stage, Psychiatrist, House of Letitia Smith, Myrtle Theatre / Tobacco Factory Theatres, David Straun
2008, Stage, Rhona, Jump, Myrtle Theatre / National Tour 2005-2008, Sally Cookson
2005, Stage, Wife of Bath, Canterbury Tales, Southwark Playhouse, Gareth Machin
Stage, Slave of The Ring, Aladdin, Bristol Old Vic, Chris Denys
Stage, Ensemble, An Enemy of The People, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Louka, Arms and the Man, Channel Theatre Company, Philip Dart
Stage, Edith, Blythe Spirit, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Sandra, Breezeblock Park, Hornchurch Queens, Bob Thomson
Stage, Fairy Bow Bells, Dick Whittington, Bristol Old Vic, Chris Denys
Stage, Margaret, Epsom Downs, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Ensemble, Fanshen, Theatre Powys, Joan Mills
Stage, Irene, Funny Peculiar, Number 1 National Tour / Kenwright, Bob Thompson
Stage, Ensemble, Godspell, Perth Theatre, Andrew McKinnan
Stage, Maggie, Hobson's Choice, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Mike Burnside
Stage, Lou, I Can Give You A Good Time, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Gertrude Lawrence, If Love Were All, Channel Theatre Company, Philip Dart
Stage, Woman, Lovers, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Susan, Mayor Of Casterbridge, Cheltenham Everyman, Ian Forrest
Stage, Zookeeper, Meg and Mog Show, Derby Playhouse, Ellie Haddington
Stage, Fairy, Mother Goose, Bristol Old Vic, Chris Denys
Stage, Mum, Myrtle On The Main Line, Bristol Old Vic, Sally Cookson
Stage, Jane, One For The Road, York Theatre Royal, Dilys Hamlett
Stage, Nurse, Romeo and Juliet, Bristol Old Vic, Brian Parsons
Stage, Pimple, School For Clowns, Theatre Powys, Joan Mills
Stage, Lady Teasle, School For Scandal, Exeter Northcott, Zoe Hicks
Stage, Beauty, Sleeping Beauty and the Beast, Theatre Powys, Joan Mills
Stage, Stevie, Stevie, Channel Theatre Company, Kevin Wood
Stage, Lizzie, Taking Steps, Channel Theatre Company, Kevin Wood
Stage, Jean, The Entertainer, Channel, Philip Dart
Stage, Miriam, The History of Mr Polly, York Theatre Royal, Andrew McKinnon
Stage, Mrs Perks, The Railway Children, Exeter Northcott, Mike Burnside
Stage, Lucy, The Rivals, York Theatre Royal, Andrew McKinnon
Stage, Sarah, Two Planks and a Passion ( premier), Exeter Northcott, Stuart Trotter
Stage, Ensemble, Under Milk Wood, Bristol Old Vic, Ian Hastings
Stage, Cyclist, Wedding On The Eiffel Tower, Theatre Powys, David Glass
Stage, Pagan Woman, Yerma, Bristol Old Vic, Kristine Landon-Smith
Stage, Mother Duck, Ugly Duckling, Travelling Light, Craig Edwards
Television
2014, Television, Miss Snip, Grandpa in My Pocket (Series 5), BBC, Richard Bradley
2009, Television, Miss Snip, Grandpa in My Pocket (Series 1), BBC, Richard Bradley
Television, Ensemble, Aladdin and the Forty Thieves, BBC, Jeremy Swan
Television, Sue Bird, Casualty, BBC, Philip Casson
Television, Sister Coles, Coronation Street, Granada, Howard Baker
Television, Jan, Grange Hill, BBC, John Smith
Television, Singer, House of Elliot, BBC, Gwennan Sage
Television, Play Away (3 series), BBC, Various Directors
Television, Play School, BBC, Various Directors
Television, Maggie, The Decent Thing, Granada, Penelope Shales
Television, The Square Tomato, The Square Tomato Show, BBC, Anne Reay
Further Credits
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Mum, Worst Wedding Ever, National Theatre Studio, Gareth Machin
2009, Radio, Renee, The Elegance Of The HedgeHog, BBC, Sara Davies
2006, Radio, Mrs Scadding, A City Full Of Swindlers, BBC, Sara Davies
2003, Site Specific, Mrs Q, Up The Feeder Down The Mouth, Bristol Old Vic, Andy Hay
Commercial, Neighbour, Crown Wallpaper
Commercial, Voice over, Keypers
Feature Film, Miss Smith, Les Soeurs Brontes, Action Films, Andre Techine
Radio, House by the River, BBC, Kristine Landon-Smith
Radio, Made in Heaven, BBC, Tracey Neale
Radio, Magda's Lover, BBC, Andy Jordan
Radio, Poetry Please, BBC, Julian Wilkinson
Television Movie, Midwife, Truly Madly Deeply, BBC, Anthony Minghella

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Bristol*, Cheshire, Hull, Kerry, Manchester, RP, Welsh-Southern, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Mezzo-Soprano
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Forum Theatre, Musical Comedy, Radio Drama, Verbatim Theatre, Voice Acting, Voice Over
Other Skills:Director, Workshop Leader, Workshop Leader (Acting)

Training:

Hull University, BA English and Drama, 3 years, 1975-1978