CAROL DRINKWATER

CAROL DRINKWATER by Michel Noll
Photo: Michel Noll
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SHARKEY & CO
44 Lexington Street, London W1F 0LP
Phone: 020 7287 1923
E-mail: info@sharkeyandco.com
WWW: www.sharkeyandco.com
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Playing Age:51 - 65 years
Appearance:White
Nationality:British, Irish
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Hazel
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Long
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

2017 - Carol was guest panelist on "The Wright Stuff" and has recorded two new audiobooks. www.caroldrinkwater.com @Carol4OliveFarm

Audio Television Film Radio Stage
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Audio
2017, Audio, Kurtiz Ross, The Lost Girl, Whole Story Audiobooks
2017, Audio, Helene, The Only Girl in the World, Whole Story Audiobooks
2016, Audio, Jane Cambon, THE FORGOTTEN SUMMER, Whole Story Audiobooks
2015, Audio, Cecile, The Girl in Room Fourteen, Whole Story Audiobooks
2015, Audio, Genevieve Bowles, HOTEL PARADISE, Whole Story Audiobooks
2014, Audio, Kitty, War Nurse, Scholastic Audiobooks
2014, Audio, Ellen, TITANIC: AN EDWARDIAN GIRL'S DIARY, Scholastic Audiobooks
2014, Audio, Catherine, CATHERINE OF ARAGON, Scholastic Audiobooks
2013, Audio, Alice, THE GREAT PLAGUE, Scholastic Audiobooks
2013, Audio, Phyllis, THE HUNGER, Scholastic Audiobooks
2013, Audio, Edie Benson, BLITZ, Scholastic Audiobooks
2013, Audio, Claudia, POMPEII, Scholastic Audiobooks
2013, Audio, Tilly Middleton, BLOODY TOWER, Scholastic Audiobooks
Television
2017, Television, Guest Panelist, THE WRIGHT STUFF, Channel 5, Jemima Headey
2017, Television, Helen Herriot (Lead), All Creatures Great & Small (3 SERIES + CHRISTMAS SPECIALS), BBC (original) / Drama Channel (2017), Various
2016, Television, Guest, THE SEVEN O'CLOCK SHOW, TV3, Martin King
2014, Television, Narrator, The Olive Route (5-Part Documentary), ICTV, Michel Noll
Television, Guest, Loose Women, ITV, Niall Flanagan
Television, Frances Lawson (Guest Star), Casualty, BBC, Gill Wilkinson
Television, Helen Barton (Guest Star), Peak Practice, ITV, Alan Grint
Television, Melanie Caulfield (Guest Star), A Mind To Kill, Five, Peter Edwards
Television, Biddy Somerville, Coming Home, ITV, Giles Foster
Television, Maggie, A Master Of The Marionettes, BBC, Pedr James
Television, Elizabeth, Captain James Cook (4 Episodes), ABC Television, Lawrence Gordon Clark
Television, Fanny Crowe (Lead), The Haunted School (8 Episodes), ABC Television, Various Directors
Television, Rebecca Greenwood (Lead), Golden Pennies (8 Episodes), ITV, Oscar Whitbread
Television, Mary Gore (Lead), Chocky (2 Series), ITV, Various Directors
Television, Violet Eversleigh, Agatha Christie's The Red Signal, ITV, John Frankau
Television, Linda Larch, Tales Of The Unexpected, ITV, John Gorrie
Television, Margaret Seddon, Ladykillers, ITV, Peter Moffatt
Television, Roz, The Sweeney, ITV, Chris Burt
Television, Florrie, Raffles, ITV, John Davies
Television, Barbara, Another Bouquet, ITV, John Frankau
Film
Feature Film, Dawn Allenby, An Awfully Big Adventure, 20th Century Fox, Mike Newell
Feature Film, Anne Winton, Father (Critics Circle Best Actress Award), Capricorn, John Power
Feature Film, Nurse Feeley, A Clockwork Orange, Warner Bros, Stanley Kubrick
Feature Film, Cobbler's Wife, The Shout, Rank Organisation, Jerzy Skolimowski
Radio
2008, Radio, Julia Hammond, Ice, BBC Radio 4, Alec Reid
Radio, Marion Scott, GURNEY, BBC Radio 4, Andy Jordan
Radio, Dinah Morrow, The Killing, BBC Radio 4, Alec Reid
Radio, Reader, TIME FOR VERSE (7 EPISODES), BBC Radio 4, Alec Reid
Radio, Reader, WITH GREAT PLEASURE, BBC Radio 4, Alec Reid
Radio, Storyteller, NATURE AT ITS BEST, BBC Radio 4, Michael Bright
Radio, Storyteller, Jessie, Mark, Van Gogh and the Rainbow Girl, BBC Radio 4, Alec Reid
Stage
Stage, MANY PRODUCTIONS, INCLUDING...
Stage, Anna, OLD TIMES, Wyndhams Theatre, Lindy Davies
Stage, Sally Driscoll, Dangerous Obsession, Apollo Theatre, Roger Smith
Stage, Babs, STRIPWELL, Leeds Playhouse, Michael Attenborough
Stage, Regina Engstrand, Ghosts, Hampstead Theatre, Max Stafford-Clark
Stage, Marthe, FISH OUT OF WATER, Greenwich Theatre, Peter Coe
Stage, Various, 1973-75, The National Theatre Company, Sir Laurence Olivier

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Cockney, French, RP*, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French*
Performance:After Dinner Speaker, Audio Books, Audio Drama, Poetry Reading, Public Speaking, Radio Drama, Spoken Word, Story Telling, Voice Acting, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-riding, Swimming
Other Skills:Writer

Training:

Drama Centre London, Acting, 3 years, 1968 - 1970