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The Revlon Girl

By Neil Anthony Docking

CHARLOTTE GRAY I SIAN
ANTONIA KINLAY I REVLON
MICHELLE MCTERNAN I MARILYN
BETHAN THOMAS I RONA
ZOË HARRISON I JEAN 



Charlotte Gray
I Sian

Charlotte trained at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and is a former member of the National Youth Theatre of Wales.

Theatre credits include: The Light of Heart, Undermilk Wood, Alan Aykbourn’s Season’s Greetings, A Small Family Business, Taking Steps, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Pygmalion, The Suicide, An Inspector Calls, The Hub and A Write to Rock (for Theatre Clwyd, Cymru), The Gut Girls, Never Fear Love? (Velvet Ensemble) along with A Red Threatening Sky (Foolish People), A Night on the Tiles (Grassroots Productions), The Tree and The One Sea (Atomic 80 Productions Assembly rooms).
Television credits include: Alys, (series regular 1&2), Caerdydd, Afel Druig (S4C) and Stella (Tidy Productions).

 

Antonia Kinlay I Revlon

Antonia trained at RADA and is currently filming Career of Evil for HBO/BBC.

Theatre credits include: The Suicide (National Theatre); A History Of Falling Things (New Vic Theatre); Bad Jews (Theatre Royal Bath); Molière (National Theatre Studio/Finborough); The Eternal Not (National Theatre); Arden Of Faversham (The Globe). When Did You Last See My Mother? (Trafalgar Studios); Lady Anna: All At Sea (Park Theatre); The Three Lions (St James Theatre); Arms And The Man (Theatre Clwyd); Mr Whatnot (Northampton Royal Theatre); As You Like It (Theatre Clwyd); Carrot (Theatre 503).
Film & Television Credits include: Emmerdale; Mi High; Consuming Passion; Doctors and Broadside

 

Michelle McTernan I Marilyn

Michelle provides the voice of ‘Nib’ in the animation series Bobinogs (BBC).

Theatre Credits: The Three Night Blitz, (Joio Productions/ Swansea Grand); Macbeth, Merchant Of Venice, Buoy, Fall Out 84 (Pontardawe Arts Centre); Barren (October Sixty Six Productions); Bara Bread (Theatr Gwalia) Granny Annie, Trivial Pursuits, Erogenous Zones, (Grassroots) Flesh And Blood (Sherman/Hampstead Theatres), The Oystercatchers (Swansea Grand/Sherman Theatre), Blue Remembered Hills (Torch), Under Milk Wood, Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead (Clwyd Theatr Cymru),Twelfth Night, Cymbeline, The Merchant Of Venice (Ludlow Festival).
Television & Film credits include: Stella (Tidy/Sky1 HD) Rain, The Lost Viking (Tornado Films),The Healers (Pooka Films) Midnight (Nowhere Fast) Dr Terrible’s House of Horrible, Tales from Pleasure Beach (BBC), Light in the City (BBC Wales) and the feature film Very Annie Mary (Dragon Pictures).

 

Bethan Thomas I Rona

Bethan’s credits include Channel 4’s Hollyoaks, Linda in the West End production of Blood Brothers, Kitty in Charley’s Aunt (Ian Dickens Productions) Beyond Therapy, Mother Courage, Under Milk Wood; Portia (Merchant of Venice), Adrianna (Comedy of Errors), Hermia (Midsummer Night’s Dream), and Olivia (Twelfth Night) as well as the Duchess in The Duchess of Malfi.
Film credits include: Be All And End All , Sawn off Santa, Don’t Walk, Hermit, Love Me Love My Dog, The Harmion Tale and, for the BBC, Dear Nobody. She has worked with director Maxine Evans on Goat Street Runners and says she is “highly chuffed to bits” to be working with her again.

 

Zoë Harrison I Jean

Zoë can be currently seen playing Rob Brydon’s wife in the highly popular television commercials for P&O cruises and also as Young Maria in Never Let Go for Netflix. She trained at Guildford and her theatre credits include The Sound of Music (London Palladium), The Circle (Oxford Stage Company), What a Wonderful World (Lyngo Theatre Company).
Television and film credits include: EastEnders, Doctors and Two Doors Down (BBC); Neil’s Party (Twothreefive Productions)