Actor Profile


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Anne Wittman

Height:  5'6" (168cm)
Build:    Slim
Eyes:  Blue
Hair:    Blond(e), Long
Voice: Engaging, Smooth

Playing Ages :   31-50
Playing Roles :  White
Nearest City:     London

Contact:  Through my agent (see Spotlight page)
E-mail:info@felixdewolfe.com
Spotlight: 2010-5643-2269

Memberships: Equity, Sceen Actors Guild, American Equity

Profile:
I'm a very experienced American actress and voice artist. Originally from the New York area and around the East Coast, I have worked in notable feature films and on the West End. I also work in British English and have an excellent ear for accents.

You can watch for me upcoming this year in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them". Other film work includes playing opposite Colin Firth as the disgruntled Blonde Church Lady in Matthew Vaughn's "Kingsman: The Secret Service", CNN Newscaster in Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" and "Proof" directed by John Madden with Gwyneth Paltrow and Anthony Hopkins where I play Joanne, Claire's (Hope Davis') friend in the party and memorial scenes. I've appeared in leading roles in many short films produced by independent companies. "Dinner and a Movie" screened in over 15 festivals and won Film of the Month on Shooting People and Staff Pick on Vimeo.

I was delighted to get to play the US President in the comedy series "Crackanory" on television channel Dave.

Stage work includes, among others, a leading role for the English Theatre Frankfurt in their acclaimed production of "The Dead Guy".
My one-woman show, "The Have-Nots" transferred to B.A.C. after winning Time Out Critic's Choice Pick of London's One-Person Show Festival
In "A Round Heeled Woman" at the West End's Aldwych Theatre starring Sharon Gless, covering two women's roles, I had the opportunity to go on several times during the run.

I have also done several audiobooks - a couple of which were longlisted for Audible's Crimefest award.

My training background ranges from the traditional at Bristol Old Vic School's 2-year postgrad programme and as a student of the late Stella Adler at her New York studio, and study at Northwestern University's School of Communication, to the more experimental physical approaches of the Michael Chekhov studio in New York and Anne Bogart's "Viewpoints" technique.


Theatrical Agent:
Felix de Wolfe (Wendy Scozzaro)
20 Old Compton Street
London W1D 4TW

020 7242 5066
info@felixdewolfe.com


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