About Annie Louise Ross
Ann Louise has appeared in leading roles in most Scottish theatres and is part of the original ensemble at Dundee Rep Theatre which recently celebrated its 20th Birthday. With their productions she has won a CATS Award for Best Female Performance as Mill Laverello in Further Than The Furthest Thing, a TMA award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical as Jean in Sunshine on Leith and a Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Paulina in The Winter’s Tale. She also won huge critical acclaim in the pivotal role of Rose in the musical Gypsy. Other productions for Dundee Rep have included: Oor Wullie; The 39 Steps; Yellow on The Broom; And Then There Were None; Ubu The King (the latter also transferred to the Barbican, London); Steel Magnolias; Sweeney Todd; Mother Courage; Romeo and Juliet; If Destroyed True (which also played the Menier Chocolate Factory, London) and more recently, Promises, Promises. Other recent theatre credits include: Peter Gynt with the National Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival; The Dark Carnival, a co-production between Vanishing Point TC and Glasgow Citizens', and in association with Dundee Rep Ensemble; Doctor Faustus, a co-production between the Glasgow Citizens' and West Yorkshire Playhouse; The Guid Sisters, a co-production with the NTS and the Royal Lyceum, Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off and Age of Arousal, both for the Royal Lyceum. Film credits include: Stone of Destiny; Split Second; Trainspotting; The Witch’s Daughter; and The Acid House Trilogy: Granton Star Cause. Television credits include: The Farm: Series 1 & 2 (BBC); Katie Morag (Struay Pictures/BBC); Shetland (ITV); River City (BBC); Case Histories (Ruby Films); Bob Servant Independent (BBC); Rebus: Let It Bleed (STV); The Bill (Thames TV); The Key (BBC); Life Support (BBC); Looking After Jo Jo (BBC); and Hamish Macbeth (BBC). In the course of her career, Ann Louise has made many radio drama broadcasts including the lead role of Catrine in the BBC’s 1984 Classic serial The Silver Darlings.