Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us, and I’m still single. Luckily I work best under a deadline…
Recreating 50 Shades of Grey can be problematic. Sketch starring myself & the wonderful Paul Raymond. Written by the talented In Cahoots.
The problem with being an actor / comedian / writer is when you finish a job you have to wait for the next one to trot along. And while you wait your bank balance dwindles into nothing unless you get a temporary job in the meantime. I have had many jobs; I have worked at a gym (I loathe gyms) I have been a door button pusher (really), a waitress (I dropped so many plates I used to hide them under the chairs in embarrassment), and I have done lots and lots of reception work.
Tired of sending out the same printed CV where I say awful things like, “I am hardworking and friendly!” I thought why not try something different and send in a VIDEO CV? How jazzy and innovative! I’d be employed in no time!
*Warning: Some people have thought this video is deadly serious. It really isn’t*
Oh the shame…
Dee and Roo regard themselves as dating experts. In their first episode they do a live demonstration on ‘How to tell if he’s your boyfriend yet’ with the unsuspecting guy Roo has been seeing. It doesn’t quite go to plan…
Here is a sitcom pilot I am in written and directed by Will Hall – Smith. I play Emily.
Gradulthood is the new sitcom from writer/director Will Hall-Smith. The series follows a group of unemployed university graduates as they struggle to find work in London. Unlike most people in their position, Tom, Owen, Emily and Ralph can’t blame the recession. They are simply too rude, arrogant and narcissistic for entry level jobs. With nothing but time on their hands, the group fill their days with a series of unsuccessful projects, get-rich-quick schemes and pathetic attempts to get laid.
Cassie is very excited when she bumps into an old friend. But can he remember who she is?
Do I know You? is a short comedy sketch written by Rosie Holt.
Starring Rosie Holt, the wonderful Harry Melling and the fabulous Harriet Kemsley.