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    Suzanna Hughes - Interactive Theatre International


    Suzanna Hughes is an actress and voiceover artist from North London who graduated from drama school in 2003 and has since done a huge amount of TV and theatre work.

    TV credits include: Sky1's Thorne ScardeyCat, BBC's My Family and The Apprentice, ITV'S This Morning, C4's My Mad Fat Diary and Them From That Thing, C5’s Harold Shipman documentary, and The Discovery Channel’s Sinister Ministers. Her many TV commercials include work for l’Oréal, Pimms, Premier Inns, Tesco, and a long run for Gala Bingo. Theatre credits include a myriad of characters and accents for a Spike Milligan tribute, Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Sharon in the solo piece, A Woman Alone.

    Suzanna particularly loves comedy and character work, so she reports that playing Sybil is fantastic fun. She has performed the role all over the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia, and in 2015 is appearing in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia, and at Edinburgh Fringe.

    Personal Reviews:

    "Special mention must go to the actress playing Sybil, who never slips from her character, and whether it be singing to guests or checking her hair and makeup, she never loses the voice and characteristics made famous by Scales” WhatsOnStage, Birmingham Rep, Sept 2013


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