Hi, I'm Charlotte. Welcome!


I'm an actor, writer, theatre-maker, panic MA-er, yoga teacher, and activist. For a while there during lockdown I was a secondary school librarian.


I went to boarding schools (good for stories), read English at UCL, trained at The Poor School, and studied Clown with Philippe Gaulier in the outskirts of Paris. I love a course and have had joyful, informative, times at Yale, The Second City, RADA and the National Univerity of Ireland, Galway.

Theatre includes: The Merchant of Venice (Cockpit Theatre) The Case of the Crushed Petunias (Hen & Chickens); Joan of the Mississippi (Camden Peoples’ Theatre); Obviously We Only Want the Best For Our Daughter (Paines Plough Roundabout); Medea (Riverside Studios); The Judas Kiss (US, Duke of York’s, West End,)


Television and Film includes: The Eternal Return (Michelle Williams Gamaker) Shortlisted for the Jarman Prize 2020; Teresa v Boris (BBC2); The Fruit Is There To Be Eaten (Studio MWG); Captain Webb (Marathon Films); Love Me Till Monday (Justin Hardy Pictures) 


In my darker hours, I make funny, feminist, semi-autobiographical, stand-up theatre, solo shows: Char Char Witchy (in production); Searlit Ní Gallochoir ~ Fantasy Ireland (GTF); Carlotta de Galleon ~ A Fool for Love! (Vaults Festival, Edinburgh Festival). I'm a co-founder of the sketch collective, The Beautiful Idiots, and practise improvisation comedy with the Free Association. I'm also a member of the excellent Clerkenwell Actors Studio and cue-scripting Shake-scene Shakespeare.