26 to 35 years
5' 7" (1.7m)
On graduating Faye attained one of only 3 First Class Honours degrees to be presented that year in Professional Acting and went onto make her professional debut at The Globe Theatre in Neuss, Germany playing Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, a role she also played at London's Globe Theatre with the Sam Wanamaker festival.
A short time after her graduation Faye was asked back to LAMDA to join the teaching faculty as a freelance movement specialist. Whilst teaching at LAMDA Faye undertook a Historical Dance apprenticeship with the much revered Diana Scrivener. Faye enjoyed this time immensely and had the honor of working on the Audition Panel at Preliminary and Re-call stages giving her a wonderful insight into the world of drama school auditions and what can make or break it for students wishing to train at the highest level.
(* = native) American-California, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Bristol, Cardiff, Cockney, Essex, French, London, Northern, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Somerset, Swansea, Welsh-Standard, West Country, YorkshireMusic & Dance:
(* = highly skilled) Ballet, Ballroom Dancing, Cabaret Dancing, Cabaret Singing, Choral Singing, Choreography, Classical Singing*, Contemporary Dance*, Dance Captain, Jazz Dancing, Jive, Mezzo*, Opera, Period Dancing, Salsa Dancing, Soprano*, Street Dance, Street Jazz, Tap*, Top SopranoPerformance:Audio Books, Musical Theatre, Professional Dancer, Voice OverSports:
(* = highly skilled) Horse-riding*, Stage Combat*, SwimmingOther Skills:Computer Literate, Dance Teacher, Drama Workshop Leader, Life Saving
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