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Helen Cripps

In 2011, actress Helen Cripps gained the part of Peter/Emily in National Theatre and Headlong Theatre’s collaborative production of Earthquakes in London. Helen Cripps’ other credits include television, film and comedy roles.

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Helen Cripps

Helen Cripps Overview

Actress Helen Cripps made her professional debut in 2004 in the part of Napoleon in HATS’ Animal Farm. In 2005 she had a very prolific year, performing as Dotty in Noises Off, in Much Ado About Nothing (on the Cambridge University Stage Tour), in September in the Rain, Shadwell, and Spartacus the Pantomime with the Cambridge Footlights. In 2006, she had three more performances with the Footlights and in 2007 appeared as Dromio of Syracuse in BATS’ Comedy of Errors and worked as a writer and herself on Footlights’ Wham Bam piece. In 2011, Cripps gained the part of Peter/Emily in National Theatre and Headlong Theatre’s collaborative production of Earthquakes in London.

Helen Cripps’ other credits include television, film and comedy. In television, she has appeared in Horne and Corden (2009) and in 2012 featured as Jeanette in Teaboys, and as Margo in Anna and Katy. In 2011, she featured as Jess in the film Black Pond, and as Amelia in the short film Blue Monday in 2012. Comedy performances include Happy Now at the Young Marriage Club in 2008 and a return in 2009 with Alex and Helen’s Radio Nowhere. In 2008 she also performed as the Cardinal in Simon Helen Nick and Pete Call a Conclave and Elect a New Pope, whilst 2009 saw her in The Hotel, and 2010 found her as a writer and herself in Mrs Biscuit presents Number 47.
 

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