IN BRIEF: Elizabeth completed an honours degree in English and French (gaining a distinction in spoken French) before training in Music Theatre at the Mountview Conservatoire in London.
In 2005 she was selected from over 10,000 applicants to perform in the inaugural Old Vic New Voices 24Hour Plays working with writer Mike Bartlett and Director James Grieve. She made her screen debut alongside Michael Gambon in ‘Joe’s Palace’ by Stephen Poliakoff (Prix Italia, Emmy Award) and she followed that with ‘Stuart: A Life Backwards’ with Tom Hardy and Benedict Cumberbatch.
She continues to collaborate on stage and screen as an actress and filmmaker.
IN DEVELOPMENT: Elizabeth is currently producing, Nathan Won't Ride, the first feature film from Instant Film writer-director, Dean Loxton.
She is collaborating with Rachel Parish of Firehouse Creative Productions, developing a screenplay based on a short story by Peter Hobbs (The Short Day Dying, I Could Ride All Day In My Cool Blue Train, In The Orchard The Swallows).
Elizabeth is also working closely with musician, Jon Plant, producing and directing video content.
For a selection of Elizabeth's latest reviews, please visit the Reviews page by clicking on the toolbar at the bottom of the page.
LINKS to affiliated organisations:
Original Theatre Company
Lions Den Films
Firehouse Creative Productions http://www.firehousecreativeproductions.com/
CAST (Creatve Arts Schools Trust)
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