Acting is something I really enjoy. I started working professionally at eight years old, and have been very fortunate to have been cast in several short films, often playing a lead role, which has been a fantastic learning experience for me. 

On the set of 'The Burning'

I remember getting my first job aged 8, which was a TV commercial for Ikea and being flown to Romania for filming, it was so much fun and I knew straight away that acting was a path I wanted to pursue.  Currently I train with House of Talent School and previously with Pauline Quirke Academy (PQA) in TV, film and acting for screen. I hope one day to have the opportunity of being cast in a feature film or TV series.

The most recent short film I was cast in, The Burning can be viewed by scrolling down! I played the part of Carmilla, a girl with a rare skin disease that makes it burn, coming of age as she witnesses the relationship of the two female nurses taking care of her as they burn too, but in a triangle of love, passion and jealousy.

You can also watch these films on my YouTube Channel, by clicking on my Short Films playlist on YouTube

Acting Portfolio:

Featured Project:

The Burning

Recommended viewing age 12+.

Directed by Jorge Ojeda Davila in 2015. Winner of Best Short Film at several different film festivals also nominated for special awards. This film is about a young girl, Carmilla, who has a skin condition prevented her from going into sunlight and the relationships bewteen Carmilla and her careers.

The Burning Awards:

Bloodstained Indie Film Festival

Best Student Short Film

Winner - 2017

Feratum Film Festival

Best International Short Film

Winner - 2016

Festival Internacional de Cine Terror de Valparaíso

Best Art & FX

Winner - 2017

Acting Credits:

Click the images for their IMDB pages:

Acting Grades:

  • LAMDA Grade 3 Acting Solo - Distinction  (2014)

  • Junior Acting Soloist Talentfest UK - Winner  (2015)  

Representing Spirit Young Performers Company. Rebecca Barry's acting monologue at TalentFestUK. Awarded 1st Place at National Finals. Monologue: 'A breaking heart by DM Larson'