VALERIE CUTKO

VALERIE CUTKO by Stephen Rasmussen
Photo: Stephen Rasmussen
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SHEPPERD-FOX
2nd Floor, 47 Bedford Street, London WC2E 9HA
Phone: 020-7240 2048
E-mail: info@shepperd-fox.co.uk
WWW: www.shepperd-fox.co.uk
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:9st. 6lb. (60kg)
Playing Age:41 - 55 years
Appearance:Eastern European, White
Other:Equity, AEA
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Intimate
Voice Quality:Warm

Credits:

Recent reviews:"The exotic Dorothy is the most fully rounded character... made poignant by Cutko's performance" -The Times "a beautiful, tragic cameo as the Carousel owner, Mrs. Mullen." -The Telegraph; "Far more truthful is the hunger in the eyes and voice of Valerie Cutko's ageing, lonely carousel owner." - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian : "completely hypnotic... you just can’t take your eyes off her." -Polari Magazine; "acts everyone off the stage" -Musical Theatre Review; "moved me deeply." -Vada Magazine; "relentlessly fascinating" - The Londonist

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Stage
2018, Stage, Mrs Dawes, Salad Days (UK Tour), Regan DeWynter Williams, Bryan Hodgeson
2017, Stage, Dorothy Stackpoole, Alan Bennett's PEOPLE (Scottish Premiere), Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Patrick Sandford
2017, Stage, Various, Pitlochry Festival Theatre Season, John Durnin, Various
2016, Stage, Emma Goldman, RAGTIME, Charing Cross Theatre, Thom Southerland
2016, Stage, Marlene Dietrich, PIAF, Charing Cross Theatre, Jari Laakso
2015, Stage, Leon, The MOTHER, and Unsavoury Play, Tate Modern/ BMW, Paulina Olowska
2015, Stage, Rafaella, GRAND HOTEL, Southwark Playhouse, Tom Southerland
2015, Stage, Jean Johnston, RUMPY PUMPY, Kings Head, Thom Sellwood
2015, Stage, Queen Lucretia, SNOW WHITE, QDos, Tudor Williams
2014, Stage, Mrs Mullin, CAROUSEL, Arcola Theatre, Luke Fredericks
2014, Stage, White Queen, ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, Iris Theatre, Jamie jackson
2014, Stage, Peggy Ramsay, ORTON, Above The Stag, Tim McArthur
2013, Stage, Fraulein Kost, CABARET, Bill Kenwright, Rufus Norris
2012, Stage, The Queen of Transylvania, MY FAIR LADY, BBC Proms at the Albert Hall, Shaun Kerrison
2012, Stage, Floristien, The Just Price of Flowers, Birmingham Rep/ Stan's Cafe, James Yarker
2012, Stage, Miss Cheadle, Gay's The Word, Finborough Theatre, Stewart Nicholls
2012, Stage, K T Pettigrew, Flahooley, Sadler's Wells, Mark Warman/ IM Fisher
2012, Stage, Miss Cheadle, Gay's The Word, Finborough Theatre, Stewart Nicholls
2012, Stage, The Baroness, Cinderella, Octagon Theatre Yeovil, David Lee
2011, Stage, Soloist, Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, Jermyn Street Theatre, David Harvey
2011, Stage, Queen Margaret, Sleeping Beauty, The Hall for Cornwall, Stewart Nicholls
2010, Stage, Featured Artist, Secret Sondheim, Jermyn Street Theatre, Tim McArthur
2010, Stage, Harriet/Lady Beaumont, First Impressions, Theatre Royal Margate, Mel Cook
2009, Stage, Queen Ivannah, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Evolution Productions, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, Paul Hendy
2008, Stage, Fraulein Kost, Cabaret, Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue, Rufus Norris
2008, Stage, The Duchessa Cesara, Alvaro's Balcony, Landor Theatre, Robert McWhir
2007, Stage, La Mome Pistache, Can-Can, Lost Musical, Sadler's Wells, Ian Marshall Fisher
2007, Stage, Marjory Ellis, Change, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, Gordon Carver
2007, Stage, Solo Show, Who Is Sinclair Nye, Rosemary Branch, Judith Paris
2006, Stage, Woman with Snowboot, Lucky Nurse, Finborough Theatre, David Dorian
2005, Stage, Ninotchka, Silk Stockings, Lost Musicals, Sadler's Wells & NYC, Ian Marshall Fisher
2004, Stage, Marsha Bloom/Mme. Egorova, Beautiful and Damned, Lyric Shaftsbury Avenue, Craig Revell- Horwood
2002, Stage, Carla Pepperbloom, Comic Potential, Byre Theatre, St. Andrews, Rita Henderson
2002, Stage, Queen of Transylvania, My Fair Lady, RNT/Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Trevor Nunn
2001, Stage, Aurora Bompass, How He Lied To Her Husband, National Theatre (Platform), Lucy Pittman-Wallace
2001, Stage, Fraulein, Sladek, National Theatre (Platform), Sarah Wooley
2001, Stage, Iniquity, The Devil Is An Ass, Shakespeare' s Globe (reading), David Delve
2000, Stage, The Gap, Mind (The Gap), Vivian Ellis Awards, Palladium, Steve Elias
2000, Stage, The 9 1/2 Quid Revue, King's Head Theatre, Martin Charnin
1999, Stage, Madame Giry, The Phantom Of The Opera, Cameron Mackintosh (National Tour), Hal Prince
1997, Stage, Witch, 70 Scenes Of Halloween, Battersea Arts Centre, John Guerrasio
1996, Stage, Nimue, Camelot, Covent Garden Festival, Frank Dunlop
1994, Stage, Mrs Eynesford-Hill, My Fair Lady, European Tour, Frank Dunlop
1992, Stage, Rafaella, Grand Hotel, Broadway, Tommy Tune
1992, Stage, Charlotta, The Cherry Orchard, NYC Dept. Of Housing, Susan Friel
2018, Stage, Mrs Dawes, Salad Days (UK Tour), Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Bryan Hodgeson
Film
2012, Film, Paris Ensemble, Les Miserables, Universal Pictures/Cameron Mackintosh, Tom Hooper
2012, Film, Neighbor, Hurt Bella, Untethered Productions, Tom Martin
2012, Film, Linda, Cold Shoulder, LFA, Carine Koleilat
2011, Film, The Captain, Final Report, London Film Academy, Stephen Bevan
2010, Film, Art Teacher, Bridge Over Blue, Zero 1 Films, Edilberto Restino
2010, Film, Mother, Shades of Blue, London Film Academy, Sara Van Gelder
2009, Film, Respectable Woman, Filthy, Full House Films, Treasa O'Brien
2008, Film, Mourner, King Baby, BBC/Working Title, Rufus Norris
2004, Film, Opera Ensemble, Phantom of the Opera, Warner Bros, Joel Schumacher
Television
2015, Television, Fraulein Schweiger, The Sound Of Music Live, ITV, Coky Gedroic
2010, Television, Japonica Stone, Material Girl, BBC One, Phillip John
2005, Television, Sofia Robinson, The Robinsons, BBC Television, Mark Bussell & Justin Sbresni
Radio
2015, Radio, D'Orothea, Armistead Maupin'sTales of the City, BBC Radio 4, Susan Roberts
2014, Radio, Ruby, The Gobetweenies, BBC Radio 4, Marilyn Imrie
2013, Radio, Nosferatu, The Midnight Cry Of The Deathbird, BBC Radio 3, Susan Roberts
2000, Radio, Featured soloist, BBC Radio 2 Voice of Musical Theatre 2000, BBC Radio 2, Mike Dixon, conductor
Commercial
2012, Commercial, Mum, Kleenex, Kleenex
1996, Commercial, Main presenter, Levis Jeans, Klaudia Cermak
Internet
2008, Internet, Michelle Clore, Kate Modern, Bebo, Luke Taylor
Television Movie
Television Movie, Mrs Dawes, Salad Days (UK Tour), Regan DeWynter Williams, Bryan Hodgeson

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Midwest, American-New England, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard*, American-Western States, German, Italian, Polish, RP, Russian
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto*, Ballad*, Ballet, Cabaret Singing*, Contemporary Dance, Jazz Dancing, Mezzo*, Mezzo-Soprano*
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-jumping*, Horse-riding*, Ice Skating*, Running*, Swimming*
Other Skills:Improvisation, Narration