About Louise McCarthy
Louise trained at The Arts Educational School, London.
Previous work with National Theatre of Scotland includes Yer Granny, Men Should Weep, My Left/Right Foot The Musical.
Theatre credits include: Mamma Mia West End (Prince of Wales Theatre London); The Steamie (SSE Hydro); Cutting A Rug (Citizens Theatre), for which she was nominated as best actress at the 2017 CATS AWARDS; Much Ado About Nothing (Bard In the Botanics); The Alchemist, Three Sisters, Peter Panto and the Incredible Stinkerbell, Sleeping Betty, Snaw Queen (Tron Theatre); The Trouble with Double, Role Shift (Oran Mor); Jaqueranda, Sleeping Beauty (Perth Theatre); Bingo The Musical (Stellar Quines); Jack & The Beanstalk (Armadillo For Qudos); The DOLLS Abroad, The DOLLS Dragged Up & The DOLLS Rerr Terr Variety Show (U.K and Scottish Tour).
Television Credits include:
The Scott’s, Scot Squad, Only An Excuse, Steven’s & McCarthy (BBC Comedy Unit); Queen Of The New Year, Squire & McGill Scot Squad Spin off series, Sketchland, What's Funny About the Indyref (BBC Scotland); Stacey Stone, Raptures (CBBC); (BBC Scotland); Two Doors Down (BBC); In Plain Sight (ITV Drama); and Aldi Midget's Advert (ITV).
Film Credits Include: Wild Rose (Film 4, British Film Institute, Creative Scotland & Three Chords Productions).
Writing Credits include: Stevens & McCarthy, Scot Squad (BBC Comedy Unit), Queen Of The New Year (BBC Scotland). The DOLLS Abroad, The DOLLS Dragged Up & The DOLLS Rerr Terr Variety Show.