About Anna Russell-Martin
Anna trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The Dance School of Scotland.
Theatre credits include; Life Is A Dream (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Nora: A Doll’s House (Young Vic, Citizens Theatre); The Panopticon (National Theatre of Scotland); Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything, Bunny, Colonel Mustard and the Big Bad Wolf (Tron Theatre); Cyrano De Bergerac (Citizens Theatre/Royal Lyceum Theatre/NationalTheatre of Scotland); A Christmas Carol (Citizens Theatre); Toy Plastic Chicken (Oran Mor/Traverse Theatre)
TV credits include; Karen Pirie (ITV); Annika (Alibi); Casualty (BBC)
Film Credits include; Falling Into Place, Ghostlight, You Land (short), The Shift (short)
Radio Credits include; KELI, The Portal, Mother Load (Lepus/Royal Lyceum Theatre), The Apple, The Tree, Five Days Which Changed Everything, The Kids Table (BBC)
Anna won a CATS award for Best Female Performance for The Panopticon in 2020. She starred in a short film called The Shift which has went on to win multiple awards including Best Actress at the Shortez Guimareas Film Festival. This year she received a commended at the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance in Life Is A Dream.
Other Awards include; Duncan MacRae Memorial Award for Scots Language 2016, and Arnold Fleming Scholarship 2016.