EMMA PALLANT

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JONATHAN ARUN GROUP (JAG)
37 Pearman Street, London SE1 7RB
Phone: 020-7840 0123
E-mail: info@jag-london.com
WWW: www.jag-london.com
BABBLE
First Floor, 85 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LT
Phone: 020-7434 0002
E-mail: hello@babblevoices.com
WWW: www.babblevoices.com
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'8" (172cm)
Weight:9st. 8lb. (61kg)
Playing Age:38 - 47 years
Appearance:White, Mediterranean, Eastern European
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Grey-Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Direct
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Stage Television Short Film Radio Concert Rehearsed Reading
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Stage
2019, Stage, Regina, Ravens: Spassky vs Fischer, Hampstead Theatre, Annabelle Comyn
2019, Stage, Ulrika Hovstad, An Enemy of the People, Nottingham Playhouse, Adam Penford
2019, Stage, Jane, Intra Muros, Park Theatre, Che Walker
2019, Stage, Mrs Cratchit, A Christmas Carol, RSC, Rachel Kavanaugh
2018, Stage, Vicky, Lava, Fifth Word Theatre /Nottingham Playhouse, Angharad Jones
2017, Stage, Dorothy Wordsworth, WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, ETT/Theatre by the Lake, Michael Oakley
2016, Stage, Ratty, THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, Rose Theatre, Ciaran McConville
2015, Stage, Beatrice, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Shakespeare's Globe, Max Webster
2015, Stage, Gillian Holroyd, BELL, BOOK and CANDLE, New Vic Theatre, Gwenda Hughes
2014, Stage, Beatrice, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Shakespeare's Globe and Tour, Max Webster
2014, Stage, Beth, IT JUST STOPPED, Orange Tree Theatre, David Antrobus
2013, Stage, Chelsea, ON GOLDEN POND, Salisbury Playhouse, Ria Parry
2013, Stage, Lady Capulet, ROMEO and JULIET, Shakespeare's Globe, Bill Buckhurst
2012, Stage, Jaques/Phoebe, AS YOU LIKE IT, Shakespeare's Globe, James Dacre
2012, Stage, Titania, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Shakespeare's Globe (Globe and UAE Tour), Bill Buckhurst
2011, Stage, The Abbess / Courtesan, A COMEDY OF ERRORS, Shakespeare's Globe (USA), Rebecca Gatward
2011, Stage, Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, Shakespeare's Globe, Bill Buckhurst
2010, Stage, Varya, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, Birmingham Rep., Rachel Kavanaugh
2010, Stage, Esther Summerson, BLEAK HOUSE, New Vic Theatre, Theresa Heskins
2010, Stage, Mrs. Cheveley, AN IDEAL HUSBAND, Theatre of Frankfurt, Simon Green
2009, Stage, Louise, ALISON'S HOUSE, Orange Tree Theatre, Jo Combes
2009, Stage, Mrs Lonsdale/Ruta Skadi/No Name, HIS DARK MATERIALS, Birmingham Rep./Centreline Prods/WYP, Rachel Kavanaugh
2008, Stage, Angustius, THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA, Belgrade Theatre Coventry, Gadi Roll
2008, Stage, Susanna Hall, THE HERBAL BED, Salisbury Playhouse Theatre, Caroline Leslie
2008, Stage, Estella, GREAT EXPECTATIONS, New Vic Theatre Stoke, Theresa Heskins
2007, Stage, Katherine (Kate), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, Creation Theatre Company, Heather Davies
2006, Stage, Fay, KATHERINE DESOUZA, Birmingham Rep., Gwenda Hughes
2006, Stage, Griselda/Nell/Jeanine, TOP GIRLS, Watford Palace Theatre, Kirstie Davis
2005, Stage, Imogen, CYMBELINE, Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, Rachel Kavanaugh
2004, Stage, Anarda, Dog in the Manger, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End), Laurence Boswell
2004, Stage, Sister Beatriz, House of Desires, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End), Nancy Meckler
2004, Stage, Clemencia, Pedro, The Great Pretender, RSC Swan (Stratford) & The Playhouse (West End), Mike Alfreds
2004, Stage, Dina, Tamar's Revenge, RSC The Swan Stratford, Simon Usher
2003, Stage, Prue, Precious Bane, Tour for Pentabus, Theresa Heskins
2003, Stage, Kate, Project B, The Work Collective, Matthew Dunster
2002, Stage, Pimple & Ensemble, She Stoops to Conquer and A Laughing Matter, Out of Joint/Royal National Theatre, Max Stafford-Clark
2001, Stage, Hisperia - 2 Yrs, As You Like It, Royal Shakespeare Company, Greg Doran
2001, Stage, Traveller - 2 Yrs, Henry IV Part 1, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Attenborough
2001, Stage, Nell - 2 Yrs, Henry IV Part 2, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Attenborough
2001, Stage, Lady Capulet, Romeo And Juliet, Oxford, Richard Beecham
2001, Stage, Juliet, Romeo And Juliet, Stoke New Vic Theatre, Gwenda Hughes
2000, Stage, Margot Peters, Laughter In The Dark, Royal Shakespeare Company, Craig Higginson
Television
2019, Television, Joland Shepherd, Responsible Child, Kudos/BBC2, Nick Holt
2019, Television, Dr. Isabel Roberts, Casualty, BBC, Matthew Evans
2017, Television, Imogen, Holby City, BBC, James Larkin
2016, Television, Peggy Harper, Father Brown, BBC, Paul Gibson
2015, Television, Susie Reardon, Casualty, BBC 1, Michael Owen Morris
2014, Television, Linda Burke, Doctors, BBC 1, Paul Gibson
2010, Television, Emily Evans, Holby City, BBC 1 Television, Paul Gibson
2008, Television, Sarah Markson, Doctors, BBC 1 Television, Paul Gibson
Short Film
2012, Short Film, Lisa (Lead), Our Life Together, PS Productions, Poppie Skold
Radio
2018, Radio, Reader, Something Understood, BBC Radio 4, Frank Stirling
2016, Radio, Reader, Something Understood, BBC Radio 4, Frank Stirling
2007, Radio, Cath, Messages to a Sub-Mariner, BBC Radio 4, Kate Chapman
2005, Radio, Chorus, Daughter of the Air, BBC Radio 3 & RSC, Jonquil Panting
Concert
2018, Concert, Narrator, WWI Centenary - Fauré’s Requiem, City of London Sinfonia, Bill Barclay
2017, Concert, Reader, If This Is A Man, Royal Festival Hall, Nina Brazier
2016, Concert, Puck / Titania, Bottom's Dream, Shakespeare's Globe & London Philharmonic, Simon Scarderfield
2015, Concert, Narrator, A Song of Good and Evil, Interplay, Stockholm, Nina Brazier
2014, Concert, Hamlet / Shostakovich, Hamlet (Shakespeare and Shostavokich), City of London Sinfonia, Max Webster
2014, Concert, Titania / Puck, Midsummer Night's Dream (Mendelssohn), City of London Sinfonia, Max Webster
2014, Concert, Narrator, Shakespeare Songs, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse & London Jazz Festival, Guillaume de Chassy
Rehearsed Reading
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Elizabeth Browning, Drinks With Dead Poets, Print Room, Michael Oakley
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Anne-Marie Stretter, INDIA SONG, Oval House Theatre, Ben Webb
2007, Rehearsed Reading, Various, Syrian Plays, Royal Court, Fiona Laird

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-East Coast, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cockney, Irish RP, London, Manchester, Midlands-East, Norfolk, Nottingham*, RP, Scottish-Standard, Shropshire, Welsh-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, German
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Piano, Singing (general)
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Poetry Reading, Radio Drama, Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate, Narration, Painting, Puppetry