Brit-Ja’merican!?

Answer:

Me!

A Wise and Cheeky slice of Rum Cake!

The descendent of maroons and pirates!

A wise and cheeky slice of Rum Cake

A child of the Portobello Road in London, I lived in in the home of my ancestors – Kingston, Jamaica until I was four years old. Flown back to the UK, I was then raised in Staffordshire, the heart of England’s black country before crossing the Atlantic to Chicago, the heart of America’s midwest.

At Columbia College, Chicago, I majored in Theatre, mentored by Sheldon Patinkin and Norm Holly. I graduated with a BA and completed the Conservatory program at The Second City in Chicago and was a certified stage combatant trained by David Wooley. Soon after, the British American Drama Academy, there I studied with great teachers such as Claire Davidson, Henry Goodman, Fiona Shaw, Juliet Stevenson and Paola Dionsotti, to name but a few. I specialized in character, movement and dialects. I have since worked in such venues as The Berkeley Rep and The Magic Theatre, Pasadena Shakespeare Company, The Company Rep, and Lamplighters Theatre.

I love theatre and voice acting. There is nothing that gives me more joy that bringing a voice to a novel, to a character, or supporting the color of a scene through looping.

I look forward to working with you soon!

Click here for my resume: Resume PDF  or IMDB

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