Stage name? Not Screenster, unfortunately. It's Georgie. I trained at Drama Centre in London with a bit of help from a scholarship (it is so expensive otherwise). Since graduating, I have worked on the screen, on the stage and on your radio waves. Below you can see a select few of the projects I've been involved with. Click through to have a little snoop. I have an agent - yes. Please do get in touch if you have any projects you think I'd be suitable for!
Click through to my Spotlight CV to find out more information on my credits, work and training. I have worked on the stage, on the screen and on radio. My latest credit is the film Greed directed by the brilliant Michael Winterbottom.
George and the Dragon is going to be an excellent production (if I do say so myself) that i'm playing the lead role in. It will be directed by the wonderful Christian Kinde at CINK productions. We've already filmed some promotion material and as you can see, it's looking pretty sharp. Watch this space. I think it will be a good'un.
Here's a little shot from a performance I did of a show called 'The Appointment' in which I played a pregnant lady who didn't know what being pregnant meant. Hmmmm. I've done various other shows in and around London and as much as I love film and television, I do love theatre too!
Have a little snoop of my showreel. The last clip you see? This was 30 and Counting made by Bwark Productions - featuring the lovely Daniel Lawrence Taylor and Brett Goldstein. I got to wear hair extensions and everything (can I keep them please?).
Last year I recorded an audio drama called 'Casting the Runes' along with these fabulous actors. It's a brilliant piece and was directed by an excellent director so I can't wait for our handiwork to reach your ears. Coming to a radio near you soon. Stay tuned!
A few months ago, I performed at the Waterloo East Theatre in London in a play about the #MeToo movement. The show was called 'The Tapestry' and we had some nice reviews! I love doing theatre too but talking about what's on our screens seems to take up more of my time. (Plus watching Netflix is a lot cheaper).
White Gold is on BBC iPlayer right now. Tune in to watch my face for a whole scene (blink and you'll miss me). OK - it's quite boy heavy but there are some good ol' female roles in there too (can't believe I have to say it like it's a novelty). It's '80s and it's quite different. So watch it if you like a laugh.
I filmed this BBC Three TV show with the Mandem on the Wall boys - and what a lovely bunch they are. I played the 'Dream Girl' (obvs, i'm such a dreamboat) - or rather, the girl they are all trying to get the attention of. Needless to say, some of their tactics aren't exactly advisable...
This was an audio production of 'The Cherry Orchard' I performed for Audible with a lovely cast including Samantha Bond, Katherine Kingsley and Freddie Fox. I played Anya and it was a wonderful experience. Have a little click through to Audible. They do brilliant stuff!