Imogen Mackie Walker

Graduating BA (Hons) Professional Actor
Height
5’6”
Hair
Brown
Eyes
Hazel
Voice
Mezzo Soprano
2020 Graduating BA (Hons) Professional Actor Imogen Mackie Walker

LAMDA productions

#8
The Wolves
Directed by Mary Papadima

Diana
All’s Well That Ends Well
Directed by Judith Phillips & Rodney Cottier

Liana
The Rules [working title]
Directed by Katie Bonna & Ria Parry

Jen
Violence and Son
Directed by Amy Cudden

Natalie
Next To Normal
Directed by Karoline Gable

Nina
The Seagull
Directed by Gretchen Egolf

Trapland / Buckram
Love for Love
Directed by Vik Sivalingam

Choryphaeus Mythos
The Bacchae
Directed by John Baxter & Judith Phillips

Bianca
Women Beware Women
Directed by Sarah Malin

Maria
On Approval
Directed by Jenny Lipman

Holly
God's Property
Directed by Penny Cherns

Other Experience

Roz Keith
9 to 5: The Musical
Directed by Graham Dickie (The Dance School of Scotland/Citizens Theatre)

Daisy
Bat Boy: The Musical
Directed by Graham Dickie (The Dance School of Scotland/Citizens Theatre)

Address to a Haggis
Lord Provost of Glasgow's Burns Supper 2016
Directed by Stewart Scott

Scottish (Native), Belfast*, Cockney*, General American*, Modern RP*, South Wales, West Country, Yorkshire

*Certified to a Native Standard by James Gitsham

Ballet, Ceilidh Dancing, Cha-Cha-Cha, Commercial, Contemporary, Flamenco, Highland Dancing, Historical Dance, Jazz, Modern (ISTD Intermediate), Tango, Waltz

BGSC Level Four (Specialisation] in Group Fight with 18th Century Weapons (Distinction with Examiner’s Gold Star)

BGSC Level Four (Specialisation] in 18th Century Single Sword (Distinction with Examiner’s Gold Star)

BGSC Level Three (Advanced) in Five Weapons (Overall: Distinction)

Swimming

Cello (Grade 5), Musical Theatre (ATCL Diploma with Distinction)

Full Clean Driving Licence

LAMDA BA (Hons) Professional Acting, 2017-2020
Carne Trust Scholar, 2019-2020, Leverhulme Arts Scholar, 2017-2019
LAMDA Fight Night Winner (Jubilee Trophy – Best Stage Fight, 2019)
LAMDA Poetry Competition Runner-Up (Published Category), 2018
The Dance School of Scotland (Musical Theatre, 2013-2017)