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Actor, dancer, singer, stage fighter, gymnast - to name just a few of her talents, blue eyed redhead Pippa trained in musical theatre (3 year DADA scholarship) and has performed in a wide variety of diverse roles from Shakespeare to Sheridan, and from Wilde to Whittington.

Since completing her training, Pippa's skill set plus a bubbly personality has been rewarded with parts ranging from an athletic Puck to aggressive sword wielding Young Siward, plus national outdoor tours of Twelfth Night, The Winter's Tale, The Taming of the Shrew, The Importance of Being Earnest, Romeo & Juliet, and As You Like It, performing the lead characters of Olivia, Perdita, Bianca, Biondello, Gwendolen, Benvolio, Lady Capulet, and Rosalind.

Her panto credits include comedic and Principal Lead roles in Cinderella, Dick Whittington, The Woodcutter and the Wolf, Sleeping Beauty, Rumplestiltskin and winter 2011 Jack and The Beanstalk playing Fairy Fireworks with Worcester Live at The Swan Theatre.

She is also at home in front of a film camera, with several screen and TV credits to her name.

Pippa describes on of her greatest assets as what she describes as 'being a chameleon' as she is able to play multiple roles in the same production without the audience recognising the same actor!

Pippa has just returned from an extensive Spanish tour of Peter Pan and Frankenstein (The Musical) playing the diverse roles of Wendy / Pirate and The Mother(Igor) / Felicity (The Female Monster) with La Tourne Teatro. She has previously toured with company for 8 months in 2010 in the lead role in Miss Poppins and New Twilight of Love (Vampire Natasha). All 4 shows were designed for children learning and improving their English language skills.

She has a very strong singing voice (lowF - Bb), and has been dancing since the tender age of 2, so is highly proficient in tap, jazz, ballet, contemporary and Spanish dance.

Not afraid to tackle anything, her latest personal challenge is to continue to develop her stage combat qualifications (The Academy of Performance Combat) and looks forward to opportunities to 'hone' her skills with the blade