KIRSTIN MURRAY by Fatimah Namdar
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Henry Wood House, 2 Riding House Street, London W1W 7FA
Phone: 020 7495 6400
Mobile: 07712 044068
5 Rose Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR
Phone: 0131-478 7878
Fax: 0131-478 7070
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height:5'7" (170cm)
Weight:9st. 3lb. (59kg)
Playing Age:31 - 45 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Melodious


Film Television Stage Radio Recording Rehearsed Reading Short Film
2014, Feature Film, What We Did On Our Holiday, Origin Pictures, Andy Hamilton/Guy Jenkin
2011, Feature Film, The Angels' Share, Sixteen Films, Ken Loach
2009, Feature Film, The Wicker Tree, Tressock Films Ltd, Robin Hardy
2005, Feature Film, Night People, New Found Films 2005/STV, Adrian Mead
2018, Television, Clique, BBC, Andrew Cumming/ Robbie McKillop
2017, Television, Trust Me, BBC/Red Production Company, Amy Neil
2013, Television, Dr Wells, River City, BBC, Stuart Davids
2012, Television, Maggie Johnston, Bob Servant Independent, BBC, Simon Hynd
2012, Television, Pippa, Pramface, BBC (Little Comet), Ben Gosling Fuller
2009, Television, Jenny, Lip Service, Kudos Film and Televsion, John McKay
2007, Television, Susan, Still Game, BBC (Effingee Productions Ltd), Michael Hines
2006, Television, Dr Sawyer, River City, BBC Scotland, Jeff Naylor
2006, Television, Solicitor, Taggart, smg Productions, Ian Madden
2005, Television, Dr Sawyer, River City, BBC Scotland, Mike Alexander
2017, Stage, Hermione Bell QC, Jury Play, Grid Iron/Traverse Theatre, Ben Harrison
2017, Stage, Stella, Sunnyside Centre, Village Pub Theatre (VPT), Caitlin Skinner
2016, Stage, Cath, Some Other Stars, Magnetic North (Traverse @ Oran Mor), Nicholas Bone
2013, Stage, Class Act, Traverse Theatre
2011, Stage, Class Act, Traverse Theatre
2010, Stage, Jock's mother/Princess, Jock and the Beanstalk, Wee Stories, Iain Johnstone
2008, Stage, Actor/Pianist, Six Characters in Search of an Author, National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Lyceum/Citizens, Mark Thomson
2007, Stage, Margaret Hyman, Broken Glass, Rapture Theatre, Michael Emans
2006, Stage, Molly Whuppie, Molly Whuppie, Licketyspit, Virginia Radcliffe
2005, Stage, Midnight Cat, Such is Nature, Cat In A Cup, Joanne Timmins
2005, Stage, Midnight Cat, Such is Nature, Cat In A Cup, Joanne Timmins
2004, Stage, Sleeping Beauty, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, Tony Cownie
2004, Stage, Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, Queen Margaret University College, Lynn Bains
2003, Stage, Mrs Bates, Brimstone and Treacle, Queen Margaret University College, Jo Timmins
2003, Stage, Musical Co-ordinator/Chorus, Fugitive Friends, Cross The Pond, Eric Nolan/Theatre Slava
2003, Stage, Flavia, Flower Seller, Grandmother, Mad Forest, Queen Margaret University College, Nicholas Bone
2003, Stage, Lyndsey, Sleeping Around, Queen Margaret University College, Maggie Kinloch
2003, Stage, Chorus, Thebans, Queen Margaret University, Graham McLaren/Theatre Babel
2002, Stage, Various Roles, Fear And Misery Of The Third Reich, Queen Margaret University College, Martin Danziger
2002, Stage, Tracey, You Have 38 Messages, Queen Margaret University College, David Jubb
2009, Radio, Best Friends, BBC Radio 4, David Ian Neville
2006, Radio, The Inn, BBC Radio 4, David Jackson Young
2005, Radio, The Distant Echo, BBC Radio 4, Lu Kemp
2003, Radio, Fortune Teller, Once Upon Another Planet, Queen Margaret University College, Catherine Owen
2017, Recording, Scotrail Pitch, The Leith Agency
2012, Recording, Island Of Wings, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2011, Recording, The Death of Lomond Friel, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2010, Recording, The Dragon Whisperer, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2010, Recording, The Witching Hour, Talking Books (RNIB), Karen Waterston
2009, Recording, First Aid for Fairies and Other Fabled Beasts, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2009, Recording, Sadomasochism for Accountants, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2008, Recording, 100 Favourite Scottish Poems, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2007, Recording, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
2006, Recording, It Could Happen to You, Talking Books (RNIB), Glenda Carson
Rehearsed Reading
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Saskia/Speaker of the House, Demos, Traverse Theatre, Hamish Pirie
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Serena, Too Far Gone, Traverse Theatre, Hamish Pirie
Short Film
2006, Short Film, The Mother, River Child, Storymix Ltd, Damian Wood, (winner 2008 Celtic Media Festival&BAFTA S'land)
2004, Short Film, Miss Marshall, The End of the Line, Gateway Films, Ali De Souza
2003, Short Film, K and K2, Blue Ice, ECA Masters, Chun-I Chang
2003, Short Film, Mrs Robertson, I Got You, Queen Margaret University College, Ali De Souza


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Aberdeen, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Belfast, Cockney, French, Glasgow, Gloucester, RP, Scottish-Standard*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Ballroom Dancing, Flute*, Folk Singing*, Guitar, Period Dancing, Piano*, Recorder, Soprano, Tap*
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton, Basketball, Fencing, Golf, Hockey (field), Horse-riding, Netball*, Pool, Squash, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence