CAROLINE DAVIES (Sylvia)

Having had a career in law and journalism, Caroline got a part as one of the jurors, in an adaptation of Reginald Rose’s ‘Twelve Angry Men’, directed by Blakes 7’s Sally Knyvette at the Pentameter’s Theatre in Hampstead.

She then moved to NYC for a year where she embarked on an acting course to pick up an American accent. Homesick, but with an American accent, she returned to London, where she was able to continue her acting journey, training further with the Central School of Speech and Drama and then producing and acting in a play (“My Own Show”) again at the Pentameter’s Theatre.

What really changed her as an actress and made her look at things differently was her time training using the Meisner technique at the Actor’s Temple, taught by her fellow co-star, Gary Condes. With recent film work consisting of 4 shorts and 3 features, she is delighted to be part of this current project.
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CAROLINE DAVIES (Sylvia)

CAROLINE DAVIES (Sylvia)

Having had a career in law and journalism, Caroline got a part as one of the jurors, in an adaptation of Reginald Rose’s ‘Twelve Angry Men’, directed by Blakes 7’s Sally Knyvette at the Pentameter’s Theatre in Hampstead.

She then moved to NYC for a year where she embarked on an acting course to pick up an American accent. Homesick, but with an American accent, she returned to London, where she was able to continue her acting journey, training further with the Central School of Speech and Drama and then producing and acting in a play (“My Own Show”) again at the Pentameter’s Theatre.

What really changed her as an actress and made her look at things differently was her time training using the Meisner technique at the Actor’s Temple, taught by her fellow co-star, Gary Condes. With recent film work consisting of 4 shorts and 3 features, she is delighted to be part of this current project.
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