Actress Charlotte Randle a series of impressive stage performances, appearing in high profile productions like the RSC’s As You Like It, the Lyric Hammersmith’s The...Read More
Actress Charlotte Randle shot to fame with the Best Actress award she won for her performance in the hugely popular 1999 Yellow Pages TV commercial called ‘Cleaners’, which depicted a young man so messy that his neighbours believes he's been burgled. She has further built up and established her reputation with a series of impressive stage performances, appearing in high profile productions like the RSC’s As You Like It, the Lyric Hammersmith’s The Dispute and as the female title role in the National’s Romeo and Juliet, among many others. After a sell-out run in the Donmar Warehouse’s American Imports season, she transferred to the West End’s New Ambassadors Theatre with Lobby Hero. She has also performed at The Old Vic, under Michael Grandage’s direction in the production of Don Carlos, as Regan in Headlong/Liverpool Everyman’s production of King Lear, and has most recently appeared in The King’s Speech at Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End.
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