Anji Carroll CDG
For the New Vic: over 50 plays, including award-winning The Snow Queen (winner of the UK Theatre Award for Best Show for Children and Young People) and Around The World In 80 Days (co-production with Kenny Wax Family Entertainment, Simon Friend and Royal Exchange – winner of the Cameo Page to Stage Award).
Current theatre credits: The Worst Witch (Northampton’s Christmas show but now on a national UK tour with the hope of transferring into the West End for summer); Around The World In 80 Days (New Vic but soon to re-rehearse for a short USA tour) and The Giant Jam Sandwich (New Perspectives Theatre and soon to start its third tour).
Previous theatre credits: Pinocchio (Birmingham Old Rep); The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); The Jungle Book (Northampton and UK tour); Before the Party, Echo’s End and Aladdin (Salisbury Playhouse); Lost Boy and Alice in Wonderland (Theatre in the Quarter); Harvest, The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock and others (New Perspectives); Judgement Day (the Print Room); Precious Little Talent (Best Play at the 2011 London Theatre Festival Awards – Trafalgar Studios); Richard III, Macbeth and Othello (Ludlow Festival); seasons for the Exeter Northcott Theatre and Bristol Old Vic, including Henry IV parts one and two, The Notebook of Trigorin, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Antigone, The Beggar’s Opera, A Chorus of Disapproval and Betrayal (Bristol Old Vic).
Television credits include: BBC2’s comedy drama series The Cup; The Bill (over 50 episodes); The Sarah Jane Adventures – Invasion of the Bane; two series of London’s Burning (32 episodes) and The Knock (4 x 90-minute episodes).
Other credits include: Papadopoulos & Sons, West Is West, Mrs Ratcliffe’s Revolution, Out of Depth and The Jolly Boys’ Last Stand; and drama-documentary: Curiosity – What Sank Titanic?, Mayday and Joan of Arc.
Radio credits include: BBC Radio 4 political drama series Number 10.
Anji is a member of the Casting Directors’ Guild of Great Britain and BAFTA.