SALLY ARMSTRONG by Maggie Davison
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2nd Floor, 9 Savoy Street, London WC2E 7EG
Phone: 07796 891388
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Weight:8st. 7lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:50 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Red/Titian
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Low


Stage Television Film
2012, Stage, Rheauna Bibeau, The GUID SISTERS, National Theatre of Scotland., Serge Denoncourt.
2010, Stage, Ensemble, MEN SHOULD WEEP, National Theatre, Josie Rourke
2009, Stage, Director, Smoke, Kinn Theatre
2009, Stage, Director, The Love Trap, Kinn Theatre
2008, Stage, Director, Disaster in the Kitchen, Kinn Theatre
2008, Stage, Anna Sewell, Hackney Streets, Maya Productions, Christopher Preston
2008, Stage, Director, Like a Virgin, Bubblebum Theatre
2008, Stage, Director, Smoke Alarm, Kinn Theatre
2007, Stage, Ensemble, Dalston Songs, Helen Chadwick Group, Helen Chadwick
2007, Stage, Christine, Whisky Galore, Nottingham Playhouse/Tour, Giles Croft
2006, Stage, Mother, Stigmata, Drill Hall, London, Natalie Wilson
2005, Stage, Lady Normanby/Mrs Clough, Mulgrave, Wilson & Wilson, Wils Wilson
2004, Stage, Mrs White/Sarah, Bad Girls, Polka Theatre/Watershed, Vicky Ireland
2003, Stage, Fairy Godmother/Stepmother, Cinderella, Wimbledon Polka Theatre, Roman Stefanski
2003, Stage, Mama, The Nutcracker, OTTC, Brendan Murray
2002, Stage, Kate, Dancing at Lughnasa, Gateway Theatre, Sarah Wolf
2002, Stage, Ruby, Ruby on a Tuesday, Minerva, Chichester, Sarah Wolf
2002, Stage, Ensemble & U/S, The Front Page, Chichester Festival Theatre, Doug Wager
2001, Stage, Ensemble, Body Of Song, RNT Studio, Helen Chadwick
2000, Stage, Mrs Madden, Big Maggie, Stoke New Vic Theatre, Gwenda Hughes
2000, Stage, Lady C/Mother Midnight, Moll Flanders, Stoke New Vic Theatre, Gwenda Hughes
2000, Stage, Majorie, Small Lives, Scarborough Theatre, Ged McKenna
2005, Television, Jane Higgins, Holby City, BBC Television, Steve Finn
2003, Television, Mrs Finnigan, Chucklevision, BBC Television, Martin Hughes
2002, Television, Cake Shop Lady, League of Gentlemen, BBC Television, Steve Bendelack
2001, Television, Scots Woman, Grand National Trailer, BBC Television, Matt Carter
2009, Film, Anna Sewell, Hackney Streets, Zylonite Productions, Emma Williams


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Aberdeen, American-California, American-New York, Birmingham, Central Scottish, Cockney, Devon, Edinburgh, Glasgow*, Hebrides, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, London, Northern, RP, West Country
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Blues*, Cabaret Singing*, Mezzo-Soprano*, Rock Singing*, Saxophone
Performance:Role Play, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Horse-jumping*, Horse-riding*, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Director, Improvisation, Puppetry


Birmingham School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art