Elizabeth Elvin

Elizabeth is enjoying an extensive and varied career. A selection of her credits appear below.

Feature films include: NINA FOREVER directed by the Blaine Brothers which received rave reviews at 2015 FrightFest and is on it’s way to gaining cult horror status with two BIFA nominations. Other film credits include: HOT FUZZ, directed by Edgar Wright and starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and the British indie feature WICKHAM ROAD.

Television credits include: EASTENDERS (recurring role) HG Wells’ – WAR WITH THE WORLD, opposite Michael Sheen and Sally Hawkins. STATE OF PLAY – A six part political thriller with James McAvoy, the lead in PANDEMIC – Horizon, BBC, guest leads in DOCTORS and FOOTBALLERS WIVES. FAMILY PORTRAIT, in which Elizabeth plays the Mother won Best Drama at the BBC Big Screen Awards.

Theatre credits include: VOTES FOR WOMEN, New Vic Theatre; OUT OF ORDER, No1 Tour directed by the legendary Ray Cooney; HOARD, New Vic Theatre, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, Tobacco Factory, SISTER ACT, Kilworth House. In the West End: THE BELLS playing opposite Steven Berkoff, Lyceum Theatre, directed by Roy Marsden; HELLO DOLLY, Prince of Wales Theatre. A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM, playing opposite the legendary Frankie Howerd, Piccadilly Theatre. Off West End: The White Witch in THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, Lyric Hammersmith; THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW, Westminster Theatre. For Everyman Theatre Cheltenham: INTIMATE EXCHANGES, MACBETH. For Palace Theatre, Westcliff: The title role in SHIRLEY VALENTINE (Best Regional Actress Award) Adela in the world premier of VOLCANO by Noel Coward, directed by Roy Marsden, Olivia in TWELFTH NIGHT, Portia in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. For Liverpool Playhouse: Titania in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, NOISES OFF. For The Mill At Sonning: HIGH SOCIETY, STEPPING OUT, FUNNY MONEY, NOT NOW DARLING. Other theatre includes THE STORY OF DORIS DAY - Wiltons Music Hall / El Portal Theatre Los Angeles; US, Hampstead Theatre; Fiona Foster in HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVES, Bristol Old Vic.

Agent: Lois Harvey

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