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Madeline Appiah

Madeline Appiah is a stage and screen actress.

Stage credits include a number of productions under director Jamie Lloyd. After playing Natasha in Plasticine in 2003, in 2005 she appeared in his production of The Insect Play, and then most recently played Cariola in The Duchess of Malfi at the Old Vic Theatre. The first two productions listed were with production company LIPA, with which she has also performed in Two Gentlemen of Verona,... Read more >>

Madeline Appiah

Madeline Appiah Overview

Madeline Appiah is a stage and screen actress.

Stage credits include a number of productions under director Jamie Lloyd. After playing Natasha in Plasticine in 2003, in 2005 she appeared in his production of The Insect Play, and then most recently played Cariola in The Duchess of Malfi at the Old Vic Theatre. The first two productions listed were with production company LIPA, with which she has also performed in Two Gentlemen of Verona, Time and the Conways, Redundant, and Julius Caesar (2004-2005).

In 2005, she appeared in the BAC’s production of Brezhnev’s Children, before turning to regional theatres. The next couple of years saw her perform at Watford Palace Theatre, with the Oxford Stage Company, at Birmingham Rep, Bridewell Theatre, and on a national tour with The Wedding Dance. In 2009, she played Dinarzad in Arabian Nights at the New Vic Theatre, and then appeared at the Arcola Theatre with It Felt Empty When The Heart Went At First. 2010 saw her play Mary in Mother Goose at the Greenwich Theatre, Keisha in Off the Endz at the Royal Court, and Megaera in Welcome to Thebes at the Royal National Theatre. In 2011, she played the leading role Katherina in the RSC’s The Taming of the Shrew on tour (directed by Tim Crouch). Later in 2011, she appeared in Rupert Goold’s The Merchant of Venice and Michael Boyd’s Macbeth, both with the RSC, followed by the part of June Gibbons in Speechless, directed by Polly Teale.

Television work includes Efua in Holby City, Lisa in The Bill (both 2005), Milly in EastEnders (2006), Denise in Gavin and Stacey (2007), and the parts of Louise Taylor and Mandy Martin in Doctors in 2008 and 2010 respectively.

Film work includes playing Shanice in Fallout and Sharon in Boogie Down, both in 2004. Radio work includes the BBC’s Book 4 Bedtime: Pigeon English, Mandela: In His Own Words, (both 2010), and as a narrator on BBC’s Together.

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