Laura Pitt-Pulford is a British actress, best known for her work in Musical Theatre.
In 2015 she played Milly in Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. She received great acclaim for her performance, with a review from Claire Allfree in The Daily Telegraph commenting “In a marvellous performance, Laura Pitt-Pulford’s sparky, indomitable Milly holds all the power here”. Mark Shenton of The Stage stated that “Pitt-Pulford, too, is a radiant, ravishing Milly, combining brassy toughness with vulnerability”. She was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance.
In 2017, she played the title role in a UK touring production of Nell Gwynn. Pitt-Pulford most recently appeared in the role of Chairy Barnum in the 2017 revival of the Cy Coleman’s musical Barnum at te menier chooclate factory alongside comedian Marcus Brigstocke.
Other shows Pitt-Pulford appeared in was the 2014 The Sound of Music as Maria Von Trapp with Michael French at the Curve Theatre in Leicester and earned a UK Theatre Award nomination for her performance of Maria. Pitt-Pulford starred in Craig Revel Horwood’s production of Sunset Boulevard in 2008 in the role of Betty alongside Ben Goddard and Kathryn Evans who played Norma Desmond at the Watermill Theatre and the Comedy Theatre. Pitt-Pulford also played Irene Molloy in 2012’s Leicester Curve production of Hello Dolly! with Michael Xavier and Janie Dee.
Pitt-Pulford has also had guest roles in TV dramas Father Brown (where she played Scarlett Dreyfuss) and Doctors (Tina Hempsey)