Louise McCarthy

Louise is originally from Glasgow. After finishing high school she went straight on to train as an actress at The Arts Educational School, London. After graduating Louise went on to play one of the principal roles “Lisa” in Mamma Mia in London’s West End. (Prince Of Wales Theatre London). Other theatre work includes, Yer Granny, Men Should Weep (National Theatre Scotland), Cutting A Rug (Citizens Theatre) For which she was nominated as best actress at the 2017 CATS AWARDS. The DOLLS Abroad (U.K and Scottish Tour) Louise and her Comedy partner Gayle both co/wrote and starred in the show which recently won ENTS24 #1 rising comedy show in the U.K. The girls where also nominated for Best Double Act at this years Great British Panto Awards. Much Ado About Nothing (Bard In the Botanics), Three Sisters, Peter Panto and the Incredible Stinkerbell, Sleeping Betty, Snaw Queen (Tron), The Trouble with Double, Role Shift (Oran Mor), Jaqueranda, Sleeping Beauty (Perth Theatre), Bingo The Musical (Stellar Quines).

Television Credits includes, Stacey Stone, Raptures (CBBC), Sketchland, What’s Funny About the Indyref (BBC Scotland), Scot Squad, Only An Excuse (BBC Comedy Unit), Two Doors Down (BBC), In Plain Sight (ITV Drama) Aldi Midget’s Advert (ITV).

Film Credits: Louise has just recently finished filming “Country Music” (Three Chords Productions) alongside Julie Walters and Jessie Buckley directed by Tom Harper. The film is due for release 2018.

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