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Claire Mcgill

Claire McgillClaire adores the stage and began performing from an early age. Loving all aspects of theatre, Claire wrote, directed, choreographed, and performed in her own show aged 11 based on the country hits of Glen Campbell and Johnny Cash!

In her teens Claire fell in love with Shakespeare, and this passion for drama and comedy earned her the role of Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream. She was delighted to win the first ever David Suchet Drama Prize for Outstanding Performance for her role as Viola in Twelfth Night.

A regular at Bath Theatre Royal's Youth Theatre, Claire took on roles in Tess of the D'Urbervilles and Of Mice and Men. A stint in Gibraltar brought about numerous other theatre roles, and an award for Performer of the Year.

Claire studied drama, literature and film at University and began performing on stage in London, as well as undertaking extra work in films. With roles under her belt such as The Girl in The Seven Year Itch and Nora in A Doll's House, Claire is adept in the art of developing both comedic and dramamtic roles.

Recent work took her to the USA where she worked as a professional actor with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. Claire was also an extra on U.S. TV shows such as House of Cards, Veep, and Investigation Discovery. This led to appearances as a presenter on Good Morning Baltimore and Good Morning Washington.

Claire is also experienced as a speech and dialect coach, and is ‘My Stage School’s’ fabulous LAMDA coach and Thursday Stage Starters coach!

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