Young Victoria in The Black Prince and Bianca in Beautiful Devils.
Brigid in Witless series 3 for Objective Productions.
Matilda in Matilda at Cambridge Theatre, West End.
Pandora in Adrian Mole for the Menier Chocolate Factory.
Victoria for BBC One/Mammoth Screen.
Series regular Izzy in three seasons of My Mad Fat Diary for Channel 4.
Series regular Cheryl Spragg in Sky 1 comedy Stella.
Double Nominee ‘Best Actress’ at the Royal Television Society Awards.
42nd Street (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Olivier Nominated Best Actress. Girl From The North Country, West End transfer.
Jellyorum in Cats International Tour 2018
August: Osage County for Dundee Rep.
Death Comes to Pemberley for the BBC.
The Twilight Zone for The Almeida Theatre.
South Pacific for Cadogan Hall.
Series Regular Tippi in Kiss Me First for Netflix, and Po in Emerald City for NBC.
Ghita in HBO’s Game of Thrones and Jade in The Beast for Agile Films.
Marie in the feature Klassentreffen for Warner Bros.
Tilly Chahal in Safe for Red Productions/Netflix.
Olivier nominated ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her role of Iris in The Nether.
Bridget in A Very English Scandal for Blueprint Pictures and Judith Coleman in Call The Midwife.
Jazmin is a 2017 graduate from Guildford School Of Acting.
UK Tour of Million Dollar Quartet.
South Pacific for Cadogan Hall.
Eleanor Roosevelt in Battle for Sevastopol and Masaryk for In Film Praha.
Ada in Call The Midwife, The Crown for Netflix and Bounty Hunter for Sky.
Auntie Vera in Birds of a Feather and Violet in Hetty Feather.
The 2017 Roundabout Season for Paines Plough.
They Found Hell for Netflix and Feline for NFTS.
Olivier Award Winner. Shireen Baratheon across 3 seasons of Game Of Thrones and Free Rein for Netflix.
Guys & Dolls at Manchester Royal Exchange and Aladdin for Disney.
Co-lead Ellen Claussen in Emmy 2018 Nominated Mammon. Lea Jensen in Crossing Lines (NBC) and Lisa in The Killing (AMC/Netflix).
Romantics Anonymous for the Globe Theatre.
Best known as Mrs Treacher in How Not to Live your Life (BBC)
Bryony in Happy Valley series 2 and Royal Shakespeare 2017 Season.
Miss Andress in all four series of BBC’s 4 O’Clock Club.
Series regular Annest in Gwaith Cartref on S4C.
Original Cast of The Light Princess at the National Theatre.
Series Lead regular Tori Ellis in The Castle, and Kara Lynn Palamas in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, both for ABC.
Original London cast of School Of Rock at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Blessing in Hollyoaks. Ciara in the BFI shortlisted feature film Honeytrap.
Gigi in Miss Saigon and Fantine in Les Miserables for Cameron Mackintosh.
Come Closer: Speak What You Feel for The Royal Exchange AND Flood for Slung Low.
Series regular Cleo McQueen in Hollyoaks, Ashley in the BBC series Still Open All Hours.
Cover Elphaba on the UK/International Tour of Wicked.
Girl in Once at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin.
Noori in Behind The Beatiful Forevers at The NT, and Yasmin in 24 for 20th Century Fox.
Best known for The Wonder Years, and recurring villain Nicole Wallace in Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Shooting the comedy series I Want My Wife Back for BBC.
Series Regular in the Detectorists (BBC).
Lead regular Sheila in four series of Hetty Feather for the BBC.
Confirmed to play the lead in A24’s Untitled Pippa Bianco Feature Film, produced by Scott Rudin.
Frenchy in Grease, UK Tour.
Anne in The White Princess for Starz, Beth Topcliffe in Will for TNT.
Mimi Cox in Blood Drive and Irin in Dominion, both for Syfy.
Series regular Jenny Bradley in Coronation Street.
Samara is a 2017 graduate from The BRIT School.
Marcella for ITV and Venticello Amadeus for The National Theatre.
Shannon in Fuller House on Netflix and Lana in The Royals for E!
Pickle in Holmes and Watson for Columbia Pictures (2018).
Series regular Yasmeen Nazir in Coronation Street.
BAFTA Nominated Best Actress. Donna in series 6-8 of Gwaith Cartref for S4C.
Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
Series 3 of The Syndicate, and Series Regular on Hetty Feather both for BBC.
Press for BBC & PBS and Collateral also for the BBC.
Milo Davenport in West End American in Paris. Belle’s Mother in Beauty and The Beast for Walt Disney Pictures.