Sheila Atim

THYRZA GREY, one of the three witches living at The Pale Horse. An androgynous dandy with an unblinking regard as if she expects the very worse of everyone and is waiting for you to prove otherwise.

Theatre includes: Othello, Shakespeare's Globe, Girl from the North Country, Old Vic and Noel Coward Theatres, for which she won: the Best Supporting Actress in a Musical award at the 2018 Oliviers, The Critics' Circle Award for Most Promising Newcomer and the Clarence Derwent Award. For this production she was also nominated for the Emerging Talent Category at the 2017 Evening Standard Awards, and for Best Supporting Actress in a Play at the 2018 What's On Stage Awards. Babette's Feast, Coronet Printroom, Les Blancs, National Theatre, Julius Caesar, The Tempest and Henry IV as part of the Donmar Theatre's Shakespeare Trilogy. The Tempest also transferred to St Anne's Warehouse in New York. The Interrogation of Sandra Bland, Bush Theatre, Volpone, Love's Sacrifice and The Jew Of Malta, Royal Shakespeare Company, Hopelessly Devoted, Paines Plough, Rachel and Time is Love , both at the Finborough Theatre, Klook's Last Stand, Park Theatre. TV includes Harlots (Hulu) Bounty Hunters (Sky) The Feed (Amazon). Film includes Sulphur and White (Julian Jarrold) Twelfth Night (Adam Smethhurst) The Show (Mitch Jenkins). Radio includes The Anansi Boys (BBC Radio 4).

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