ESTHER MCAULEY by Pete Bartlett
Photo: Pete Bartlett
Suite 427, The Linen Hall, 162-168 Regent Street, London W1B 5TE
Phone: 020-7038 3737
Fax: 020-7038 3739
Artist's Website:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'5" (165cm)
Playing Age:25 - 40 years
Appearance:White, Mediterranean
Nationality:British, Irish
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Long

About me:

Esther won Best Actress at The Wales International Film Festival, for her portrayal of Kim in the 2019 Short Film ‘Can’t Hide It’

Stage Television Film Workshop Further Credits
2020, Stage, Valeria, Coriolanus, Sheffield Crucible, Rob Hastie
2019, Stage, 4.48 Psychosis, Deafinitely Theatre / New Diorama, Paula Garfield
2019, Stage, Duke Vincentio, Measure for Measure, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Charlotte Conquest
2018, Stage, Polyxena, Troilus and Cressida, Royal Shakespeare Company, Gregory Doran
2018, Stage, Justine/ Agatha, Frankenstein, Manchester Royal Exchange, Matthew Xia
2017, Stage, Liz, Handbagged, English Theatre Frankfurt, Tom Wright
2016, Stage, Solo show (Scratch Performance), The Shape of the Pain, China Plate, Southbank Centre, Rachel Bagshaw
2015, Stage, Mollie Ralston, The Mousetrap (60th Anniversary tour), Adam Speigel Productions, Ian Watt-Smith
2014, Stage, Lenoir, Horizontal Collaboration, Traverse Theatre, David Leddy
2014, Stage, Charlie, I Promise You Sex and Violence, Northern Stage, Lorne Campbell
2014, Stage, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, China Plate, Paul Warwick
2012, Stage, Sally, 13, National Theatre, Thea Sharrock
2012, Stage, Laura, Thin Ice, Time Wont Wait, Edinburgh Fringe, Jonathan Young
2011, Stage, Isobel Motley, A Woman Killed with Kindness, National Theatre, Katie Mitchell
2011, Stage, Greenland, National Theatre, Bijan Sheibani
2010, Stage, Vesta Tilley, Matt Henson North Star (Staged Reading), The Lyric Hammersmith, Mojisola Adebayo
2009, Stage, Eirwen, Whiter Than Snow, Graeae / Birmingham Rep, Jenny Sealey
2008, Stage, Chloe Coverley, Arcadia, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Baron
2008, Stage, Felicity Rumpers, Habeas Corpus, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Ben Twist
2008, Stage, Sofya, Wild Honey, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, John Durnin
2008, Stage, She Stoops To Conquer, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Baron
2007, Stage, The Emperor Jones, National Theatre, Thea Sharrock
2007, Stage, Eirwen, Whiter Than Snow, Graeae / Birmingham Rep, Jenny Sealey
2006, Stage, Lady Frampul, The New Inn, The Globe Theatre (Sam Wanamaker Festival), Greg De Polnay
Stage, Ensemble, Sticky, Improbable Theatre, Phelim McDermott, Lee Simpson
2019, Television, Ward Sister, Call The Midwife, BBC / Neal Street Productions, Christiana Ebohon-Green
2018, Television, Rebekah Marsh, Casualty, BBC Television, Tom Hescott
2015, Television, Esther Ronson, EastEnders, BBC Television, Sophie Lifschutz
2014, Television, Coroner, Fear an Tanc, TG4 / Snag Breac Films, Aenghus Mac Eochagáin
2011, Television, Teresa, Deaf Beat, Neath Films / Film 4, Jonathan Reid
2000, Television, Smack The Pony, TalkBack for Channel 4, Dominic Brigstocke
2019, Film, (Short Film) Kim, Can’t Hide It, (Best Actress - Wales International Film Festival), Richard Miller
2015, Film, (Short Film) Writer & Performer, The Cleaner, Jake McAuley
2019, Workshop, BOATS, New Wolsey, Jamie Beddard / Rob Salmon
2018, Workshop, Finder, Mac's Arcadian / Barbican, Bethany Pitts
2016, Workshop, Sarah, Tent, Mercury Theatre, Geoff Williams
2015, Workshop, Audrey / Anya, Obscenities, Greyscale, Selma Dimitrijevic
2013, Workshop, The Survivor, Twelve, Kali Theatre, Janet Steel
2012, Workshop, Jo, Sick Small Early, Kali Theatre, Rosamunde Hutt
2012, Workshop, My Paper Kite, Kali Theatre, Rosamunde Hutt
2011, Workshop, Karolyn, Behind the Twenty Second Floor Window, Kali Theatre, Rosamunde Hutt
2011, Workshop, Jess, Hidden, Mercury Theatre, Tony Casement
2007, Workshop, Rachel, Function, Young Vic, Rachel Bagshaw
2007, Workshop, Judith, Present Tense, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, Andrew Mclay
Further Credits
2020, Multimedia, Director, Being Jess, Mac’s Arcadian supported by The Unicorn Theatre
2017, Writing, & Director, Great Odds (U.K Tour), Mac's Arcadian / Lighthouse Poole / Improbable
2017, Commercial, Friend, TUC, FCB Inferno, Johnny Hopkins
2016, Writing, & Director, Jack and Jewel, Mousetrap Theatre Projects, Soho Theatre
2016, Writing, & Performer, Great Odds (R&D workshops), Mac's Arcadian / Improbable at Unicorn Theatre, Lee Simpson & Steve Webb
2015, Commercial, Girlfriend, Vodafone 4G - Let's Go, We Are From L.A
2015, Writing, & Performer, The Girl Who Followed Her Dream (R&D workshops), Mac's Arcadian / Improbable at The Unicorn, Tony Casement


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Cockney*, London*, Northern, RP*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, Sign Language (British)*, Sign Language (BSL Level 6-fluent)*
Performance:Comedy, Physical Theatre, Story Telling, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Running, Stage Combat, Yoga*
Other Skills:DBS (CRB) clearance, Devising, Director, Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Puppetry, Writer


Mountview. Awarded The John Gielgud Bursary Award 2005 | Currently in BSL/English Interpreter training