KATIE FOSTER-BARNES by Nicholas Dawkes
Photo: Nicholas Dawkes
Georgia Panico
5A Irving Street, London WC2H 7AT
Phone: 020 8103 8399
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Brighton and Hove, England, United Kingdom
Devon, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'2" (157cm)
Weight:7st. 7lb. (48kg)
Playing Age:30 - 38 years
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Bright
Voice Character:Friendly

About me:

Katie has been nominated for Best Leading Actress at ATC Seneca Awards 2019 for her role as Maid Marian in The Legends of Robin Hood.

Katie won in this category in 2016 for her performance as Amelia in Beric The Briton.

Radio Television Film Stage Musical Rehearsed Reading
2019, Radio, Maid Marian, THE LEGENDS OF ROBIN HOOD - Nominated BEST leading ACTRESS, ATC Seneca Awards 2019, A.I.R. Theatre, Paul McCusker
2018, Radio, Rachel, FOR THE TEMPLE, Heirloom Audio Productions, Tod Busteed
2017, Radio, Kathryn, ODE TO ST CECILIA, The Augustine Institute, Paul McCusker
2016, Radio, Marie De St Caux, REIGN OF TERROR, Heirloom Audio Productions, Tod Busteed
2016, Radio, Pacifica, BROTHER FRANCIS- Audies 2018 WINNER Best Audio Drama, Dave Arnold for A.I.R. Theatre, Paul McCusker
2015, Radio, Amelia, BERIC THE BRITON- WINNER Best Leading Actress, ATC Seneca Awards 2016, Heirloom Audio Productions, John Fornof
2013, Radio, Mary, TITUS: COMRADE OF THE CROSS, Lamplighter Radio Theatre, John Fornof
2004, Radio, Emily Wardle, THE PICKWICK PAPERS, BBC Radio 4, Jane Morgan
2001, Radio, Rosie, CIDER WITH ROSIE, LIPA, Katharyn Vasey
2017, Television, Magda Carr, DOCTORS, BBC, David Lewis Richardson
2015, Television, Nursery Nurse, EASTENDERS, BBC
2012, Television, Tiffany Banks, DOCTORS, BBC, Niall Fraser
2010, Television, Emma Bennett, VERA, ITV, Peter Hoar
2010, Television, Tai Abbott, DOCTORS, BBC, Niall Fraser
2009, Television, Mandy, CASUALTY, SERIES XXIV, BBC Television, Alan Grint
2009, Television, Beatrice, MERLIN, BBC Television, Jeremy Webb
2003, Television, Mel Alder, DOCTORS - SERIES V, BBC Television, Steve Kelly
2002, Television, Julie, CASUALTY, SERIES XVII, BBC Television, Richard Holthouse
2013, Film, Helen, ESCAPEMENT, Antimatter FIlms, Anthony Willis
2011, Feature Film, Tanya, SKET, Gunslinger (Revolver), Nirpal Bhogal
2006, Film, Lauren, ASBOTECH, Bugsy Steele
2004, Feature Film, Lucy, PICCADILLY COWBOY, Ford Films, Tyler Ford
2003, Film, Donna, DRIVING AWAY, NFTS/Channel 4, Ed Horgan
2003, Feature Film, Katie, TOP SPOT, Revolution Films/BBC, Tracey Emin
2013, Stage, Gerda, THE SNOW QUEEN, Theatre in the Quarter, Russ Tunney
2010, Stage, Chrissie Snaith, IF I WERE YOU, The Mill at Sonning, Terence Booth
2008, Stage, Monica, THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, Royal & Derngate Theatre, Laurie Sansom
2008, Stage, Holly/Mrs. Holland/Miss Hoyland, A TRIP TO SCARBORUGH, Stephen Joseph Theatre & Tour, Alan Ayckbourn
2007, Stage, Ginny, RELATIVELY SPEAKING, Stephen Joseph Theatre and Tour, Alan Ayckbourn
2007, Stage, Young Ursula, FORGET ME NOT LANE, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Bob Eaton
2005, Stage, Lucy Westenra, DRACULA, The Touring Consortium, Rachel Kavanaugh
2004, Stage, Wendy, PETER PAN, Savoy Theatre, Steven Dexter
2002, Stage, Betty Whitehouse, DANGEROUS CORNER, West Yorkshire Playhouse & Garrick Theatre, Laurie Sansom
2000, Stage, Alice, ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, Creation Theatre Co., Laurie Sansom
2000, Stage, Jill, EQUUS, LIPA, Adam Penford
2000, Stage, Nerissa, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, LIPA, Iain Ormsby-Knox
2000, Stage, Hellena, THE ROVER, LIPA, Laurie Sansom
1999, Stage, Emily, OUR TOWN, LIPA, Laurie Sansom
1998, Stage, Yulya, THE WOOD DEMON, LIPA, Donna Soto-Morettini
2009, Musical, Anne Frank, LITTLE FISH, The Finborough, Adam Lenson
2006, Musical, Anya Massoud, FAILED STATES, 1215 Productions, Andrew Taylor
2006, Musical, Dolores, FLORODORA, Finborough Theatre, Nina Brazier
2004, Musical, Young Zelda and Scottie, BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED, Lyric Theatre, Craig Revel Horwood
2003, Musical, Gia, PIRATES OF PENZANCE, Savoy Theatre, Stephen Dexter
2001, Musical, Katie, SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, LIPA and Lausanne Switzerland, Lynden O'Neil
2001, Musical, Smith Wilson/Company, POLICE STORY, LIPA, Donna Soto-Morettini
2000, Musical, Marta, COMPANY, LIPA, Iain Ormsby -Knox
1999, Musical, Julie, CAROUSEL, LIPA, Nick Phillips
1999, Musical, Lucy, SNOOPY - THE MUSICAL, LIPA, Lynden O'Neill
Rehearsed Reading
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Castiza, VICE, Motion Group Pictures, Andrew Steggall
2006, Rehearsed Reading, Milla, RED AND WHITE ANGELS, Momentum Young Writer's Festival, Nottingham, Laurie Sansom
2005, Rehearsed Reading, Mary, THE VIRGIN OF STRATFORD, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Dawn Reid


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Devon*, English-Standard*, Geordie, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, Northern, RP, Scottish-Standard, West Country*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Classical Singing, Dance (general), Harmony Singing, Mezzo-Soprano*, Singing (general), Soprano
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Corporate Roleplay, Live Roleplay, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Radio Drama, Repertory, Role Play, Singer-Professional
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics, Horse-riding, Running, Running-Marathon Distance, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Vocal Range:E3 to C6 (belt to G5)


The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts