I am a Londoner who has lived in Israel, South Africa and travelled extensively. I am pretty good at impersonations, mostly various English dialects but quite reasonable at mimicking other languages too. I'm an expert in pretending to be someone else, most especially on the phone! I loved working as a featured extra and really enjoyed most of my shoots and getting to know others on set whilst 'getting the hang' of how productions were put together. I especially enjoyed working on a film called Doomsday when 'my husband ' for the day's full time job was as a prison officer at Pollsmoor Prison and a very interesting person to meet. I also loved the fact that every job was entirely different to each other and that I was able to experience so many different aspects of the work. I know that I have a friendly nature and love meeting new people.
English (British), English (Irish), English (Australian), Hebrew, Middle English, Arabic, English (North American), French, Italian, Japanese
Child (5-12), Senior (55+), Young Adult (18-35)
Audiobooks, Business, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Television
I've worked as an extra in many films/ads in Cape Town. Films included Flood, Secret Agent, Doomsday, Rendition, Les Deux Mondes and The Deal I worked as a extra in many other ads too including T mobile, Focus DIY, Chappies, Coca Cola Britvik and Heinz. My featured extra roles were as the mother in Nokia Middle East, an aristocrat in Euro Millions, a dancing and skipping singer for Checkers Golden Celebration, a board member for Wrigleys gum, a gardener for Oticon, and a singer and dancer for Ausonia.
English Grammar School. College for A levels.
I am qualified as 'a help to read ' volunteer but have yet to be placed in a school.
I volunteered as a reader for AIDS orphans at a crèche in Khayalisha where I attended once a week for 2.5 hours. Although most of the children were Xhosa speaking, they loved the brightly illustrated children's books that I bought back from UK and I was able to teach them many new English words. Sadly, I had to stop doing this a few years ago as the children were so excited and always jumped all over me ( despite the fact that I learnt to say Slalapanzi ) which means sit down, that I ended up at my chiropractor with backache on a regular basis.
By doing my utmost to do the job to the very best of my ability in addition to being enthusiastic about this brand new venture.
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