Alicia Ambrose-Bayly

Female, Region categories : Neutral English, RP

Warm, Quirky, Versatile

Alicia trained at Royal Holloway, University of London and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Voice work entails; award nominated BBC Radio 4 Sitcom ‘Dot’ with Fenella Woolgar, various characters in ‘Life at Death’s Door’ with Brian Blessed, for The Wireless Theatre Company and BBC Radio 4 comedy ‘Kerry’s List’ with Kerry Godliman and Open Mike Productions.

Alicia is one of the voices for The Financial Times, provides regular voice work for ‘Hello Yes’ and is currently voicing several characters on new children’s TV animation ‘Myro The Smallest Plane in The World’ starring Christopher Biggins. She has also provided voice work for puppetry shows at The Little Angel Theatre, and commercial voice work for National radio.

Theatre includes a UK No’1 Tour of ‘A Murder is Announced’, a UK No’1 Tour of ‘Kindertransport’, ‘Shoot I Didn’t Mean That’ for The National Theatre Shed, and scenes from ‘Loot’ at The Theatre Royal Haymarket, directed by Tracey Ann Oberman. She has also worked on ‘Boiled Heads’ at The Tristan Bates Theatre, ‘All Together Now’ at The Barbican and ‘Never Enough to Live in The Now’ at The Hampstead Theatre.

TV and Film credits include the lead role in the award winning and BAFTA long listed film ‘Darklight’.
Alicia also worked and trained with The Moscow Art Theatre School, The RSC, Hofesh Schechter, Frantic Assembly, Complicité and trains regularly with Sarah Perry’s Shapes In Motion Motion Capture Troupe, and is a puppeteer with ‘Millennium FX’.


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