European at heart,-Danish living in Paris, previously in England, and certainly a strong connection to Italy. Headless? Sometimes, Rootless? Never – wherever there is room for a play, there is usually a Kitchen.
The Danish Queen is called Margaret, unlike her uncle who sculptured the Queen, she has never met her, but Denmark being a small country will surely bump into her sooner or later.
Luckily her classical training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and a long tour of Fantastic Mr.Fox by Roald Dahl prepared her for a bit of ‘je ne sais quoi’ so she can freely work alongside real chickens and other animals if needs be.
Previous work includes Verity in ‘The Crow Road’ for the BBC- no actual crows in it, another BBC TV series playing- Susannah Boyd in ‘A many splintered thing”, Gwendolyn in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ for the Bristol Old Vic.
Having more or less retired from acting after playing too many obscure plays, out of focus characters, with people not worth remembering she counted her chickens, agreed to embark on Coronation Chicken only to play an ageless punchy Margaret who repeatedly insists on remembering non important facts. Coronation Chicken turned out to fulfill her original acting dream: Sharing an interesting, appropriate story, making it entertaining,- working with people she loves – and perhaps most importantly – making ‘em laugh!
She loves making sense, she Loves nonsense, she hates no sense, she loves common sense ,-it is so uncommon. Let’s make sense. Come on….