ELISE LAMB

ELISE LAMB by Sally Flegg
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CRAWFORD MARRIOTT ASSOCIATES LTD
32 St Clements Mansions, Lillie Road, London SW6 7PG
Phone: 07858 221757 Neil
Mobile: 07795 824845 Skye
E-mail: info@cmalondon.co.uk
WWW: www.cmalondon.co.uk
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Playing Age:16 - 30 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length

Credits:

Elise is currently developing her writing with the National Theatre.

Stage Film Short Film Television Commercial Writing Further Credits
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Stage
2018, Stage, Meghan, Lost In Bank, Greenwich Theatre/New Light Productions, Esme Mahoney
2018, Stage, Muriel Matters, Deeds, Not Words, Pleasance Theatre, Charmaine K. Parkin
2018, Stage, The Woman, Listen, Arcola Theatre, Rebecca Jones
2017, Stage, Louise Mack, The Australian Girl, Theatre N16/Theatre 1880, Grace Taylor
2017, Stage, Evelyn, A Dance Of Two Sisters, Pleasance Theatre, Co-Directed with Alexandra Donnachie
2017, Stage, Kayla, Fixed Action Pattern, The Vaults Theatre/Theatre 1880, Francis Grin/Jamie Blake
2017, Stage, The Sexy Cat, Keep Them Close, Battersea Arts Centre/Theatre 1880, Jamie Blake
2016, Stage, Performer/Deviser, Attempts On Her Life, RCSSD, Samuel Hopkins
2016, Stage, Tracey, Strictly Come Barking, Hen and Chickens Theatre, Phoebe Hitt
2016, Stage, Gaveston, Edward II, RCSSD, Joe Hill-Gibbins
2015, Stage, The Astronaut, Homecoming, RCSSD, Lauren Orrock
2015, Stage, Beatrice, Small Waisted, RCSSD, James Reynolds
2015, Stage, Zelda Fitzgerald, The Last Flapper, Brisbane Fringe Festival, Greg Scurr
2015, Stage, Katherina, The Taming of the Shrew, Phoenix Ensemble, Roslyn Johnson
2014, Stage, Stella, John's Ring, Brisbane Arts Theatre, Natalie Mead
2014, Stage, Fiona, Merry Fecking Christmas, Short+Sweet Theatre Festival, Estelle Snowball
2014, Stage, Helen, Mixed Doubles, Brisbane Arts Theatre, Alex Lanham
2013, Stage, Paulina, The Winter's Tale, LAMDA, Jonathan Humphreys
2012, Stage, Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, Queensland Theatre Company, Todd MacDonald
Film
2018, Feature Film, Plymouth Girl, Stan and Ollie, BBC Films/Fable Pictures, Jon S. Baird
2017, Feature Film, Hotel Maid, All The Money In the World, Scott Free Productions/TriStar Productions, Ridley Scott
Short Film
2014, Short Film, Howard's Wife, The Pale Moonlight, Three Coin Pictures, Tin Pang
2012, Short Film, The Girl, See You Soon, Little Lamb Films, Jemma Gorring
2012, Short Film, The Girlfriend, Blown, Little Lamb Films/Tropfest
Television
2017, Television, White House Guest, The Crown (Series 2), Left Bank Pictures/Netflix, Stephen Daldry
Commercial
2017, Commercial, Cinema Woman (Featured Artist), Cadbury - Dark Milk: The Joyful Debate, Hungry Man, Dave Laden
Writing
Writing, Full Length Play, Two Women Walk Into A Bar, (In Development)
Writing, Feature Film, The Australian Girl, (In Development)
Writing, Short Play, Lost In Bank, Greenwich Theatre/New Light Productions
Writing, Short Play, Deeds Not Words, Pleasance Theatre
Writing, Full Length Play, The Australian Girl, Theatre N16/Theatre 1880/The Old Vic Lab
Writing, Short Play, A Dance Of Two Sisters, Pleasance Theatre/Theatre 503 RWR
Writing, Short Film, See You Soon, Little Lamb Films
Writing, Short Film, Blown, Little Lamb Films/Tropfest
Further Credits
2018, Workshop, #PaperStraws (R&D), Pear Shaped Plays, Jessica Daniels
2018, Voice Over, Hero Girl, Extremulous Energy Drink, Diego Fernandez
2017, Workshop, The Master Builder (R&D), Young Vic, Jeff James
2017, Workshop, The Winter's Tale (R&D), Young Vic, Maria Aberg
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Louise Mack, The Australian Girl, LOST Theatre/RCSSD
2011, Music Video, Madeleine, StoneMason - Anthing Worth Anything, Triple J Unearthed, Megan Woods
2007, Ballet, Grand Lady, Don Quixote, The Australian Ballet, David McAllister
2007, Musical, Ballet Soloist/Ensemble, Carousel, Twelfth Night Theatre, Tony Alcock
2006, Musical, Hollywood Blonde, Gypsy, Spotlight Theatre Company, Amy Anderson
2006, Musical, Vibrata, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Spotlight Theatre Company, Tony Alcock

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian*, Cockney, English-Standard*, Irish RP, RP, Scottish-Standard
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, Japanese
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Ballroom Dancing, Cabaret Dancing, Choreography, Contemporary Dance, Dance (general), Dance Captain, Jazz Dancing, Mezzo-Soprano, Modern Dance, Period Dancing, Pointe, Salsa Dancing, Singing (general), Tango, Tap
Performance:Actor-Singer, Dancer-Professional, Musical Theatre, Physical Theatre, Silks, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cycling, Hockey (field), Horse-riding, Ice Skating, Running, Stage Combat, Swimming, Sword Fighting
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence, Powerboat Licence
Other Skills:Aerial Work, Bullwhip, Devising, Director, Filmmaker, Photography, Puppetry, Trapeze (static), Wire Experience-Flying, Writer

Training:

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama - MA Advanced Theatre Practice (Collaborative and Devised Theatre - Acting), 2015-2016

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art - Diploma Classical Acting, 2013

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AWARDS: Sir Nicholas Hytner Playwriting Bursary (2018), Ian Potter Cultural Trust (2016)

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National Theatre - "How To Develop Your Play" Writing Course, 2018

Young Vic Directors Program

Theatre 1880 - Associate Artist

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REVIEWS:

"Playing Muriel Matters - an Australian suffragette - Lamb gives a vivid account and a very enjoyable performance." - Michael Davis, Breaking The Fourth Wall

"The Last Flapper offers Lamb an opportunity to showcase her talents as actor, singer and dancer. She fitted the role of Zelda Fitzgerald well as she sang and twirled about using every inch of the stage, her delivery superb." - Bobbi-Lea Dionysius, Aussie Theatre

"Lamb is radiant as Zelda Fitzgerald and her Southern accent is believable, never once faltering. She makes the emotional transitions fluid. Her delivery evokes pathos for a woman that was largely misunderstood. Lamb breathes life into Zelda making her vivid, witty and charming and yet a little tragic as well." - Amanda Starkey, 27 Magazine

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IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3363372/

WEBSITE: https://eliselamb.wixsite.com/actorwriterdirector