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Anji Carroll CDG


Anji Carroll CDG

Casting Associate

Over 50 plays for the New Vic including: Around The World In 80 Days, – winner of the Cameo Page to Stage Award at New Vic, Royal Exchange , UK Tour, New York and Florida, Produced by Kenny Wax Family Entertainment. The Snow Queen (winner of UK Theatre Award, Best Show for Children and Young People); The 39 Steps and Astley’s Astounding Adventures.

Other theatre credits include: The Worst Witch – Royal & Derngate, Northampton, which after a successful UK tour is transferring to the West End this summer. The Man Without A Past, The Giant Jam Sandwich, Harvest, The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock, and others (New Perspectives); Pinocchio (Birmingham Old Rep); The Wizard of Oz (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); The Jungle Book (Northampton and UK Tour); Before The Party, Echo’s End, Aladdin (Salisbury Playhouse); Judgement Day (The Print Room); Precious Little Talent (Best Play at the London Theatre Festival Awards 2011 – Trafalgar Studios); Richard III, Macbeth, Othello (Ludlow Festival); Seasons for the Northcott Theatre Exeter 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, 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); The Knock (4 x 90-minute episodes).

Other credits include: feature film Papadopoulos & Sons, West Is West, Mrs Ratcliffe’s Revolution, Out of Depth, The Jolly Boys’ Last Stand, drama-documentary: Curiosity – What Sank Titanic?, Mayday, 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

John Godber’s fantastic new comedy Sunny Side Up about a struggling B&B and the people who run it is on stage next…