Phoebe McIntosh is a London-based actress. Since graduating from the MA Acting course at London’s Arts Educational, Phoebe has gained many diverse and exciting credits.
Her first short, Still Born, was nominated for Best Film at the Black Filmmakers International Festival 2009 when it was screened at the BFI. She has gone on to star in the debut music video for acclaimed artist Emeli Sandé’s single, Heaven, directed by Jake Nava (Beyoncé -Single Ladies) as well as a slate of varied and well-received short films ranging from sci-fi to comedy.
In 2012, she worked under Creative Director, Danny Boyle, as a member of the ensemble cast of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony, where she performed in front of a live audience of 80,000.
This year sees the release of her debut feature film, The Long Road, in which she plays lead female love interest, Rosie.
Phoebe is also a writer and in 2013 she penned, produced and performed in a sell-out run of her first play, The Tea Diaries, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival before it made its London fringe debut at The Tea House Theatre, Vauxhall.
As a voiceover artist she narrates audiobooks, corporate films and video games.
Phoebe is represented by Michael Keane at Elaine Murphy Associates.
Maggie’s recent theatre work includes The Kindness of Strangers, a site specific play about the NHS (with curious directive at Watford Palace and Southwark Playhouse) and Boiling Point (with Give it Some Room at The Bridewell). Other theatre work includes The House of Bernarda Alba (Barons Court), The Unfortunate Mother (Owle Schreame) and Ellen (a play about Ellen Terry at Henley Fringe), Uncle Vanya (Sfera Theatre, Moscow), Lunatic Fringe (Shaftesbury Theatre, London), Shakespeare Inc. (Rosemary Branch), Pythagoras (Smith) (Pentameters), The Social Climber (Upstairs at The Gatehouse), Safer (Tristan Bates), Blow Out! (The Etcetera), The Cherry Orchard (Crucial Image) and three sell-out tours to the Edinburgh Festival. Maggie has recorded a number of radio dramas for The Wireless Theatre Company. Short films include The First Jane Austen (JA Co.), Little Black Box (Snakegully) and Solstice (OTT). She is a member of the acting company and vice chairman of the board of trustees of The Questors Theatre. TV includes dying of natural causes in Midsomer Murders!
David is appearing in In The Bar Of A Tokyo Hotel by Tennessee Williams at the Charing Cross Theatre. After the run of Tokyo Hotel he will be playing Monsieur Maingot in French Without Tears at the Orange Tree and on a national tour. Other theatre includes Aladdin in Milton Keynes and Bristol Hippodrome, Sleeping Beauty at the Waterside, Aylesbury; The Woman in Black for GEST in Gothenburg and at the Stadsteater in Stockholm; The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, The Thunderbolt, Mary Goes First, A Journey to London, Double Double, Trifles, Sauce for the Goose, King Lear, Magnificence at the Orange Tree Theatre; Pride and Prejudice, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, As You Like It, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, Love’s Labours Lost, at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre; Vieux Carre at the Charing Cross; London Wall at the Finborough and St James Theatre; Rigor Mortis at the Finborough; The Second Mrs Tanqueray at the Rose Theatre Kingston; London Assurance at the National Theatre; Wuthering Heights at Birmingham Rep and The Mousetrap at St Martin’s Theatre.
TV includes: Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Bill, Nicholas Nickleby, Jasper Carrott, Big Deal, Poldark, Miss Jones and Son, Colditz, Z Cars, Coronation Street, A Family at War, Barlow, Armchair Theatre
Films include: Love’s Kitchen, Little Dorrit.
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