About Alison Peebles
Alison is a Scottish actor and director whose career has spanned thirty years throughout the UK, Europe and USA. She went to Edinburgh College of Art where she studied Painting. National Theatre of Scotland work includes Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner (National Theatre of Scotland and Untitled Projects), My Shrinking Life (National Theatre of Scotland), 365 (National Theatre of Scotland).
Other theatre work includes Life is a Dream (Royal Lyceum Theatre), 24 Hours of Peace (Royal Exchange Theatre), Richard 111 (Perth Theatre), The Locker Room (Traverse Theatre).
TV work includes 4 x series Molly and Mack (CBeebies), River City (BBC Scotland), Shetland (ITV).
Film work includes The Lost King (Baby Cow Productions), The Road Dance (Sheridan Road Productions), Where Do We Go From Here? (Worrying Drake Productions), Seven Lucky Gods (Dehlavi Films).
Radio work includes The Portal (Lepus Productions), Take Me To The Necropolis (BBC Radio 4), Rio (BBC Scotland), Colour of Light (BBC Radio Scotland).
Alison was a Scottish BAFTA 2016 nominee for Best Actress/Feature Film in Where Do We Go From Here? (Worrying Drake); Alison won Best Lead Actress in Seven Lucky Gods (Dehlavi Films) at St Tropez International Film Festival. Her documentary Multiple about living with MS with Media CO-OP won the Gold Plaque Award (Chicago International Film Festival), Silver Remi Award (Worldfest in Houston) and the Achievement Award (Superfest International Disability Film Festival); Her feature film AfterLife won the EIFF Audience Award and Best Feature at Cherbourg Film Festival.
Alison was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 1999, despite which, she continues to have a prolific career as an actor in theatre, film and television.