LAURA ROGERS by Paul Biver
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2nd Floor, 10 Warwick Street, London W1B 5LZ
Phone: 020-7734 9632
Height:5'7" (170cm)
Weight:8st. 7lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Red/Titian
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Sensitive
Voice Quality:Strong


Stage Television Film Radio Recording Short Film Commercial Video Game Further Credits
2017, Stage, Nicole, Rules for Living, ETT, Simon Godwin
2017, Stage, Sally, A Lie of the Mind, Southwark Playhouse, James Hillier
2017, Stage, Bettina, Winter Solstice, Orange Tree Theatre, Ramin Gray
2016, Stage, Dorothea, A lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, The Print Room, Michael Oakley
2016, Stage, Amanda, Private Lives, ATG, Tom Attenborough
2015, Stage, Kitty Butler, Tipping the Velvet, Lyric Hammersmith/ Lyceum, Lyndsey Turner
2014, Stage, Lady Gertrude Chiltern, An Ideal Husband, Chichester Festival Theatre, Rachel Kavanaugh
2014, Stage, Kay Summersby, Pressure, Chichester Festival Theatre/ Royal Lyceum, John Dove
2013, Stage, Yvonne/Hilary, Masterpieces, Royal Court Theatre, Tim Hoare
2013, Stage, Mary Boleyn, Wolf Hall/ Bring up the Bodies (Workshop), RSC, Jeremy Herrin
2013, Stage, Olga, Three Sisters, The Wapping Project, Jules Wright
2012, Stage, Mary Cooke, 55 Days, Hampstead Theatre, Howard Davies
2012, Stage, Audrey, Blue Remembered Hills, Chichester Festival Theatre, Anna Ledwich
2011, Stage, Rita, Made in Dagenham, (workshop), Rupert Goold
2011, Stage, Adriana, The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare's Globe - Santa Barbara/Santa Monica, Rebecca Gatward
2011, Stage, Annabella/Pamela/Margaret, 39 Steps, Fiery Angel, Maria Aitken
2010, Stage, Hannah, The Dark Philosophers, National Theatre of Wales/Told by an Idiot, Paul Hunter
2010, Stage, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Shakespeare's Globe, Lucy Bailey
2010, Stage, Helen Thomas, Gloucestershire, Arcola, Bruce Guthrie
2009, Stage, Marthe, A New World, a life of Thomas Paine, Shakespeare's Globe, Dominic Dromgoole
2009, Stage, Celia, As You Like It, Shakespeare's Globe, Thea Sharrock
2009, Stage, Sorel Bliss, Hay Fever, Chichester Festival Theatre, Nikolai Foster
2008, Stage, Penelope Toop, See How They Run, Manchester Royal Exchange, Sarah Frankcom
2008, Stage, Helena, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare's Globe, Jonathan Munby
2008, Stage, Timandra, Timon of Athens, Shakespeare's Globe, Lucy Bailey
2007, Stage, Helen Stewart, Bad Girls the Musical, Garrick Theatre, Maggie Norris
2007, Stage, Roberta, Desperately Seeking Susan (workshop), Mark Rubenstein Productions, Angus Jackson
2007, Stage, Dorothea/Niece/Ultisadora, Don Quixote (workshop), West Yorkshire Playhouse, Josep Galindo
2006, Stage, Milady, The Three Musketeers, Bristol Old Vic, Tim Sheader
2006, Stage, Helen Stewart, Bad Girls the Musical, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Maggie Norris
2006, Stage, Rosine, The Barber of Seville, Bristol Old Vic, Julian Webber
2004, Stage, Melibea, Celestina, Birmingham Rep, Edinburgh Festival and The Hague, Calixto Bieito
2004, Stage, Mary Yellan, Jamaica Inn, Salisbury Playhouse, Joanna Read
2003, Stage, Jill, Revelations, Hampstead Theatre, Tony Clarke
2003, Stage, Bianca, The Taming Of the Shrew, Shakespeare's Globe, Phyllida Lloyd
2003, Stage, Dorset/ Prince Edward/ Jane Shore, Richard III, Shakespeare's Globe, Barry Kyle
2002, Stage, Jackie Coryton, Hay Fever, Oxford Stage Company, Dominic Dromgoole
2001, Stage, Angel Landy (lead), Blackwater Angel, Abbey Theatre, Ben Barnes
2017, Television, Corinne Mandel (5 eps), Eastenders, BBC, Lance Kneeshaw/ Toby Frow
2016, Television, Jemima Chase, Holby City (3 eps), BBC, James Bryce/Paulette Randall
2013, Television, Katia Dryden, New Tricks, Wall to Wall / BBC, Andy Hay
2013, Television, WPC Sam Eddowes, The Smoke, Kudos, Mike Barker
2013, Television, Sally Lester, Law and Order: UK, Kudos, Mat King
2013, Television, Margaret, Dates, Channel 4/ Balloon Entertainment, Charles Sturridge
2012, Television, Clara, Dark Matters, Discovery Channel, James Tovell
2012, Television, Olivia, Twelfth Night, BBC, Raz Shaw
2010, Television, Isabella, Dr Who - Christmas Special 2010, BBC Television, Toby Haynes
2010, Television, Jane Morris, Midsomer Murders, Bentley Productions, Simon Langton
2010, Television, Rachel, Albert's Memorial, Granada Television, David Richards
2009, Television, Abigail Huntley, Missing, BBC Television, Sean Glynn
2008, Television, Emma Phillips(Guest Lead), Holby City, BBC Television, Ian Jackson
2006, Television, Linda Miller (Guest Lead), Doctors, BBC Television, Sarah O'Gorman
2005, Television, Elvis mania, ITV
2005, Television, Sheena Williams, Bad Girls Christmas Special, Shed Productions
2005, Television, Sheena Williams, (Regular), Bad Girls Series 7, Shed Productions, SJ Clarkeson, Lawrence Moody, Jim Loach
2002, Television, Ros, Rockface, Union Pictures, Bob Bierman
2001, Television, Guest Lead, Relic Hunter, Fireworks, John Bell
2000, Television, Chastity Green(Lead), The Sins (Bafta nominated), BBC Television, David Yates and Simon Curtis
2000, Television, Nurse, Tales of Pleasure Beach, BBC Wales, Edmund Cultard
2000, Television, Kelly, Running Scared, Carlton Television
2016, Television, Jemima Chase, Holby City (3 eps), BBC, James Bryce/Paulette Randall
2012, Film, Theresa, Love Me Do, Scala Productions, Martin Stitt
2015, Radio, Death of a Salesman, Howard Davies
2007, Radio, Title Role, Porshia, BBC Radio 4, Graham Frost
2002, Radio, Black Train, BBC Radio Bristol, Tim Dee
2001, Radio, Lead Role, Someone Somewhere, BBC Radio Drama, Toby Swift
2007, Recording, Helen Stewart, Bad Girls the Musical Original Recording, Big Broad Productions, Maggie Norris
Short Film
2006, Short Film, Sadie (Lead Role ), Nylon Ghosts, Sandy Tedford
2004, Short Film, Lead Role, In Two Minds, Lorenzo Belino
2003, Short Film, Lead Role, The Right Hand Man, Simon Williamson
2013, Commercial, Ella (heroine), Euromillions, McCann, Pep Bosch
2013, Commercial, Woman, Carphone Warehouse, Neil Harris
2012, Commercial, Anna, Campari Soda, Mercurio, Guiseppe Capotondi
Video Game
2014, Video Game, Ves, Witcher III, Kate Saxon
2010, Video Game, Ves, Witcher II, Kate Saxon
Further Credits
2016, Concert, Guest soloist, Magic FM - Magic of the Musicals, Andrew Wycke
2015, Voice Over, Colmans


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cockney, French, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London*, Manchester, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Southern*, Welsh-Standard*, West Country, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics*, Ballad*, Blues*, Cabaret Singing*, Flamenco, Jazz Singing*, Period Dancing*, Soprano*
Performance:Singer-Professional, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Bowling*, Stage Combat*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Narration, Painting