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Female Artists

Fiona Nimmo

Fiona is a Scottish actress who trained at Queen Margaret University and has since worked in screen roles including Dr Robertson in BBC River City.

Ailsa Davidson

Ailsa is a Scottish actress and trained at Guildford School of Acting. Her credits include; Lipsync (Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Elegies for Angels Punks and Raging Queens (Union Theatre), Grease (UK & International Tour), Peaches Americana (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Our House(Union Theatre).

Iris Thomsen

Iris has recently finished filming Garbagemen playing Elena. Her recent credits include lead roles w/o name in LOVEU2ND (Dansekapellet) and Exposed (Danish National Tour) and Sahrah in Sunday in Sodom (Krudtt√łnden). Film/TV credits include Gabriella in The Lawyer (Walter Presents – Channel 4), Mads’ date in Sjit Happens (TV2), Elisabeth in ANIMA (dir. Lasse Reinhardt)… Read more »

Tara Harcombe

Tara is a young actress based in Glasgow. Her recent credits include Keira in Dobbies Garden Centre sketch. Tara also was a contestant in Bear Grylls Survival School that was aired on ITV for 6 weeks. She holds NC in Acting and performance from Glasgow Clyde College.

Lori Davidson

Lori is a Scottish performer and is due to graduate from MGA Academy of Performing Arts in Edinburgh. Credits in training include:  include Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (Beyond Broadway Productions) and Cathy Hiatt in The Last 5 Years (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

Kim Shepherd

Kim Shepherd is an actor-singer from Scotland. Credits include; Louise Carnegie (Carnegie: The Star Spangled Scotchman), Roza (Glasgow Girls, National Theatre of Scotland), Lead Vocalist (Beyond the Barricade, Edinburgh Playhouse), Sarah Smale (A Christmas Carol, Jumping Tiger Ltd, Zoghogg Entertainment) and is a regular to pantomime audiences in the Fife and East Lothian area. Kim… Read more »

Rachel Flynn

Rachel is originally from Edinburgh and trained at Motherwell College and the London School of Musical Theatre. Stage highlights include The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); The Silver Sword (SellADoor UK Tour). Film highlights: Badla (Feature, Red Chillies Entertainment); 209ers (Black Camel/CBBC pilot); Will You Merry Me (Short, Best Actress Winner, 48h Film Fest).

Amira Al Shanti

Amira is a Scottish/Palestinian actor, singer and pianist who has also trained in Psychology. She made her professional debut with Our Time Theatre as Helen Niles in Merrily We Roll Along, where she worked with Tony award winning Broadway producer Christopher Hart at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017. Theatre credits: Deloris in Sister Act (Captivate… Read more »