GILLIAN BROWN

GILLIAN BROWN by Bee Gilbert
Photo: Bee Gilbert
SPOTLIGHT
7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7RJ
Phone: 020-7437 7631
Fax: 020-7437 5881
E-mail: enquiries@spotlight.com
WWW: www.spotlight.com
Location:London
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Weight:9st. 2lb. (58kg)
Playing Age:49 - 65 years
Appearance:White, Mediterranean
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Training: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art - awarded Special Silver Medal. IRONMISTRESS: Time Out - Best Actress nomination. HOUSE: Charrington Awards - Best Actress nomination.

Stage Television Radio Music Video Voice Over
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Stage
2010, Stage, Barbara (Lead - with Alan David), MAJOR BARBARA, New Vic Theatre, Stoke, revival (excerpt)
2008, Stage, Various Roles/Wrote and Sang Original Songs, THE KNOTTY, New Vic Theatre, Stoke, Rob Swain (feat. original song: RAILWAY LINES)
2001, Stage, Melissa, LOVE LETTERS, Andrew Sketchley Theatre, Richard Jacques
1992, Stage, Teresa Brown (Charrington, BEST ACTRESS Nom.), HOUSE, Big Arts/New Grove Theatre, Martin Clunes (feat. John Michie, Paul Bentall)
1991, Stage, Angel Archer (Lead), THE TRANSMIGRATION OF TIMOTHY ARCHER, Epping Forest College, David Giles (feat. Edward de Souza, Colin Hurley)
1989, Stage, Martha Darby (Lead) (Time Out, BEST ACTRESS Nom.), IRONMISTRESS, Blood & Honey Productions, Thomas De Mallet Burgess (feat. Louise Waddington)
1987, Stage, Norma Elliott (Lead - with George Costigan), ALPHA BETA, Timeless Productions/Man in the Moon Theatre, Clare Davidson
1986, Stage, Katharine Brindsley (Lead), EASTWOOD, Man in the Moon Theatre, Nick Ward (Time Out award for production)
1979, Stage, Maid (with Cheryl Campbell, Peter Egan), YOU NEVER CAN TELL, Knightsbridge Productions/Lyric Hammersmith, David Giles
1972, Stage, Catherine Tekakwitha + various, CONVERSATIONS (songs, books + poems of Leonard Cohen), Greengage Productions, Sean Hewitt
1972, Stage, La Lloronna (the Narrator) + played various flutes, QUETZALCOATL, The Roundhouse, David Cohen (feat. Oliver Cotton)
1972, Stage, The Laundress (inc solo song), THE TRIAL, Oval Theatre, Steven Berkoff
1971, Stage, Madame Z, ANARCHIST, Royal Court Theatre, Chris Parr
1971, Stage, Barbara (Lead), MAJOR BARBARA with Alan David, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Ron Daniels
1970, Stage, Mrs Tattersall (Lead), THE WHITBY LIFEBOAT DISASTER, Royal Court Theatre (COME TOGETHER season), Peter Cheeseman (feat. Alan David)
Stage, Cathy, WUTHERING HEIGHTS, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Peter Cheeseman
Stage, Julia, FALLEN ANGELS, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Ron Daniels
Stage, Anna (Lead), ANNA OF THE FIVE TOWNS, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Peter Cheeseman
Stage, Sylvia, THE RECRUITING OFFICER, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Ron Daniels
Stage, Beattie (Lead), ROOTS, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Christopher Martin
Stage, Lika, THE PROMISE, with Shane Connaughton, Geoffrey Larder, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Ken Campbell
Stage, Minnie, THE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Peter Cheeseman
Stage, Singer/Narrator + wrote all music, THE BALLAD OF THE ARTIFICIAL MASH, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Peter Cheeseman
Stage, Mrs Lumpkin, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Ron Daniels
Stage, Yeliena, UNCLE VANYA, Victoria Theatre-Stoke on Trent, Peter Cheeseman
Stage, Sylvia, THE AFFAIR AT BENNETT'S HILL, Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, Peter Cheeseman
1965, Stage, The Girl (inc. two solo songs), THE PARLIAMENT OF WOMEN, Oxford Playhouse/Cardiff, New Theatre/Cambridge, Minos Volonakis (feat. Sheila Hancock)
Stage, Mabel Chiltern, AN IDEAL HUSBAND, Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Iain Cuthbertson
Stage, Nerissa, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Iain Cuthbertson
Stage, The Cat, DICK MACWHITTY, Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Ken Parrot
Stage, Connie, COME BLOW YOUR HORN (with Ken Gilbert, Nigel Lambert), Northampton Repertory Theatre, Keith Andrews
Stage, Blanche, KING JOHN, Northampton Repertory Theatre, Keith Andrews
Television
1986, Television, Mary Willcocks (with Simon Callow), THE MADNESS MUSEUM, Channel 4, Nigel Evans
1979, Television, Librarian (wouldn't let anyone borrow the books), GRANGE HILL, BBC Television (two episodes)
1978, Television, Fisherman's wife (with Martin C. Thurley), THE STRANGER'S GIFT (OUR LITTLE TOWN series), HTV
1977, Television, The Maid, (with Alan Bates), THE MAYOR OF CASTERBRIDGE, BBC Television, David Giles
1976, Television, Ohica (with Philip Madoc), DR. WHO - THE BRAIN OF MORBIUS, BBC Television, Christopher Barry
1972, Television, Sophie (with Robert Wagner, Christopher Neame), COLDITZ, BBC Television, Michael Ferguson
1971, Television, The Nun/The Virgin Mary - 4 episodes, CASANOVA, BBC Television (with Frank Finlay), Mark Cullingham
Radio
1979, Radio, Various, with. songs - Close the Coalhouse Door, UNGLAMOROUS NIGHTS, BBC Radio Leeds (with Victoria Wood), Alfred Bradley
1972, Radio, Marie Lees, THIS JOCKEY DRIVES LATE NIGHTS, BBC Radio Leeds, Alfred Bradley
Music Video
1985, Music Video, The Woman (Lead), LAST TIME FOREVER, Tyne-Tees Television/The Squeeze, Geoff Wonfor
Voice Over
2007, Voice Over, Narrator, HAMMER HORROR - DR. WHO FEATURE, 2 Entertain Ltd

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-New York, American-Southern States, Australian, Canadian, Cheshire*, Dorset, Dublin, East Anglian, Edinburgh, Geordie, Glasgow, London*, Manchester*, Mexican, Nottingham, Polish, Sussex, Welsh-Standard, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Autoharp, Ballad*, Choral Singing, Folk Singing*, Gospel Singing, Guitar, Period Dancing, Singer-Songwriter*, Soprano
Performance:Comedy, Master of Ceremonies, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Climbing, Running, Swimming, Tennis, Yoga*

Training:

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art - awarded Special Silver Medal and Acting Honours Diploma.

pre RADA training - LAMDA - awarded Silver Medal Acting Honours.