DEBORAH MACLAREN

DEBORAH MACLAREN by Nicholas Dawkes
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Alexandra McLean-Williams
MCLEAN-WILLIAMS LTD
Chester House (Unit 2:15), 1-3 Brixton Road, London SW9 6DE
Phone: 020 3567 1090
E-mail: info@mclean-williams.com
WWW: www.mclean-williams.com
DAMN GOOD VOICES
Chester House, Studio 1:04, 1-3 Brixton Road, London SW9 6DE
Phone: 07702 228185
Mobile: 07809 549887
E-mail: damngoodvoices@me.com
WWW: www.damngoodvoices.com
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'2" (157cm)
Weight:8st. 4lb. (53kg)
Playing Age:56 - 65 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Smooth
  

Credits:

Recently played the Ape and Cleva in "Precious Little" at the Jack Studio Theatre: "A Masterclass Performance" - Broadway Baby. In November, played the Duchess of York in Richard III at the Young Vic for PlayOn Workshop and reading. (Oregon Shakespeare Festival )

Television Stage Radio Film Documentary Commercial Further Credits
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Television
2009, Television, Erika Fuller, Doctors, BBC Television, Sarah Punshon
2008, Television, Ellen Ashley-Adams, Jonathan Creek Christmas Special, BBC Television, David Renwick
2007, Television, Kistane, Dr Who, BBC Television, Graeme Harper
2002, Television, Documentary, Inside New Labour, Channel 4, Nick Curwin
1996, Television, Teacher (Lead Role), The Bill, Thames Television, Chris Hodgson
1994, Television, Mrs Royston, Men Of The World, BBC Television, Terry Kinane
1993, Television, Jean, Roughnecks, BBC Television, Sandy Johnson
Stage
2019, Stage, The Gorilla/Cleva, Precious Little, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, Kate Bannister
2018, Stage, Helen, The Golden F**king Years, Vital Signs Productions, Clare Prenton
2010, Stage, Nora, Alphabetical Order, New Vic Theatre, Stoke, Gwenda Hughes
2010, Stage, Margrethe, Copenhagen, New Vic Theatre, Stoke, James Dacre
2009, Stage, Esther, The Price, New Vic Theatre, Stoke, Robin Herford
2008, Stage, Mrs Adams, Be My Baby, New Vic Stoke, Sarah Punshon
2007, Stage, Harriet, A Small Family Business, Watford Palace Theatre, Christopher Luscombe
2007, Stage, Sonya Serebriakova, Afterplay, UK Tour, Jenny Lee
2006, Stage, Sonya Serebriakova, Afterplay (Brian Friel), Wimbledon Studio Theatre, Jennie Lee
2004, Stage, Social Worker, The Lady In The Van, Theatre Royal Bath Productions / UK Tour, Chris Luscombe
1997, Stage, Tova, Swan White, Notting Hill Gate Theatre, Timothy Walker
1995, Stage, Chick, Crimes Of The Heart, Manchester Royal Exchange, Greg Hersov
1985, Stage, Jackie, Goosepimples, Nottingham Playhouse, Martin Jamieson
Radio
1997, Radio, Womans Hour Serial - The Key, BBC Radio 4, Julie Batty
1993, Radio, The Stand-In, Woman's Hour Serial, BBC Radio, Di Spiers
1992, Radio, Woman's Hour Serial, Leaving the Light On, BBC Radio, Pat McLoughlin
1990, Radio, Reader, Greek Poetry, BBC Radio, Piers Plowright
Film
2000, Feature Film, Intimacy, Greenpoint, Patrice Chereau
1999, Feature Film, Rock Singer, 5 Seconds To Spare, Scala Wildgaze, Tom Conolly
1995, Feature Film, Madam Charlotte, Annie II, Columbia/ABC, Ian Toynton
1992, Feature Film, Woman in the Window, Naked, Thin Man Films, Mike Leigh
Documentary
2019, Documentary, Narrator, Anna Campbell (working title), BBC 2
2019, Documentary, Narrator, Body Bizarre, Discovery, Brent Baker
2016, Documentary, Narrator, Zoo Quest in Colour, BBC4, Anuschka Schofield
2012, Documentary, Narrator, Darwin's Struggle, BBC, Jeremy Bristow
2012, Documentary, Narrator, Unnatural Histories, BBC, Andrew Murray
2010, Documentary, Narrator, Love Not Loss for IUCN, Wildscreen, Jeremy Bristow
2008, Documentary, Narrator, Timeshift - The Last Days of Steam, BBC 4 Television, George Chan
2008, Documentary, Narrator, Wilderness Explored, BBC Television, Jeremy Bristow
Commercial
2010, Commercial, The Saddest Woman, Warburtons Bread, Guy Manwaring
Further Credits
2018, Voice Over, Cancer Research, Cancer Rearch Awards
2018, Voice Over, The Queen, The Royal Family, ITV
2007, Rehearsed Reading, Various Roles, Guildford New Writers Festival, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Christopher Luscombe
2007, Short Film, Wife, One in Four, National Film and Television School, Matti Harju

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, London, Northern, RP*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, Mezzo-Soprano
Performance:Dubbing, Radio Drama, Voice Over, Voiceover Professional/Specialist
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-riding (pony/small horse), Pilates, Tai Chi, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Pilates

Training:

Central School of Speech and Drama