I'm a professional actress who graduated from RWCMD in July 2009 -spotlight 1316 4534 0743
A little more about me:
I have just finished working up at Theatre By The lake in keswick after doing the summer season of three different plays in full repertory- a rare and delightful challenge that I have enjoyed every minute of! I haven't decided where to live next as was previously living in Cardiff but had to give up my flat due to the length of the contract. Its probably safest to say I currently have bases in Manchester, Cardiff and London right now... Perhaps one day soon I'll reassemble all my things in one place, who knows?! In the meantime I am looking for new projects and challenges in theatre, film , new writing, circus- its all going on. If you would like to know more about me or my previous work please do get in touch or go to www.zoemills.co.uk for my full CV and latest showreel- Thank-you:)
Projects I’m working on:
Inbetween acting jobs I am writing a screenplay and learning swedish.
Dear Zoe, you don't know me, but a mutual friend, Simon Howells, tells me that you are going to be in the season in Keswick with me. With that in mind, I was wondering if you wanted a lift up there on Sunday? Or if you may want the odd lift to Cardiff during the season? See you soon, Adrian Metcalfe.
Hey Zo! Life is good, hope things are going well for you. Been working on James Roberts show. Was planning on going to that sandpit thing but ended up getting high as a kite on contact adhesive making chinese poles (which are definitely harder to climb than I thought!)! Was it a good night? You should come to James's show, what's your email, I'll send you the flyer? Oh yes, while we're talking circusy stuff, when'll I get my fire poi lesson?
Hi Zoe, fantastic! I look forward to meeting you! Tell your boyfriend that there is no need to be scared. There will be lots of other people there who also have no clue what's going on and you only have to do what you feel comfortable doing. If you want to run around and be an investigative journalist for an hour you can! Equally if you feel running around in silly costumes isn't for you, there are games for your cunning mind, where you try and negotiate with other players and be the top dog! There are theatre elements too, where you can watch and not necessarily become a performer yourself, so there really is something for everyone! He'll never know unless he comes, right? ;)
They are great fun. The best thing is, even if your rubbish, the photos look amazing. Haven't been out in the capital with them yet. How about yourself? I just graduated from RWCMD as well. Post Grad Arts Management. How was the acting course?