Mariah Gale

Mariah Gale

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Mariah Gale
(born c.1980) is a British-Australian actress of film, stage and television.

Mariah Gale attended Birmingham University and then trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She graduated from Guildhall in 2003, and made her professional debut in “Stealing Sweets and Punching People” at the Latchmere Theatre, London later that year. In 2006 she won two awards for her stage work: the Ian Charleson Award which …

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Early life[edit]

She was born in Australia to an Australian mother and British father, both architects. She grew up in England. She studied at Birmingham University and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.[1]

Career[edit]

Gale was a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company‘s 2009–2011 ensemble. The critic Michael Coveney described her as “brilliant at the adolescent sulkiness of Juliet”.[2]

Awards[edit]

She won the 2006 Ian Charleson Award for her performances in Twelfth Night and ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore.[3]

Credits[edit]

  • DOCTORS (TV SERIES) JESS McKINLEY 2017
  • Doctor Who (2017) as Eliza
  • Broadchurch (2017) as Caroline Hughes
  • Father Brown (2017) as Agnes Lesser, episode 5.7 “The Smallest of Things”
  • Shakespeare Live! (2016, RSC and BBC2 live broadcast) as Juliet (Romeo and Juliet extract)
  • The Hollow Crown (2016, BBC) as Lady Bona
  • Wendy & Peter Pan (2015, RSC) as Wendy
  • Measure For Measure (2015, The Globe, London) as Isabella
  • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (2014, Royal Exchange, Manchester)
  • Hercules: The Legend Begins (2014)
  • Death Comes to Pemberley (2013) as Mrs Younge
  • Proof (2013, Menier Chocolate Factory) as Catherine[4]
  • Three Sisters (2012, Young Vic) as Olga
  • The Pitchfork Disney (2012, Arcola Theatre) as Hayley
  • Morte d’Arthur (2010, RSC) as Ettard/ Elaine of Astolat/ Morgan’s gentlewoman
  • Romeo and Juliet (2010, RSC) as Juliet
  • The Grain Store (2009, RSC) as Masha
  • Hamlet (2009, TV) as Ophelia
  • The Comedy of Errors (2009, RSC) as a courtesan
  • As You Like It (2009, RSC) as Celia (understudying Rosalind)
  • The Diary of Anne Frank (2009, TV series) as Bep Voskuijl
  • Hamlet (2008, RSC) as Ophelia
  • Love’s Labour’s Lost (2008, RSC) as the Princess of France
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2008, RSC) as 1st Fairy
  • Skins (2008, TV series) guest starring as Polly
  • The Sea (2008, Theatre Royal, Haymarket) as Rose
  • Oliver Twist (2007, miniseries) as Agnes Fleming
  • Mad King Ludwig (2007, Rose Bruford) (rehearsed reading) as Henriette/ Cosima Wagner
  • Vernon God Little (2007, Young Vic Theatre) as Talyor/ Ella
  • Professor Bernhardi (2007, BBC Radio 3) as Nurse Ludmilla
  • Regime Change (2007, BBC Radio 3) as Natascha
  • The Tempest (2006–7, RSC) as Miranda
  • Julius Caesar (2006, RSC) as Portia
  • Antony and Cleopatra (2006–7, RSC) as Octavia
  • Passion and Politics (2005, Young Vic) (rehearsed reading)
  • ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (2005, Southwark Playhouse) as Annabella
  • Cymbeline (2005, Regent’s Park open-air theatre)
  • Twelfth Night (2005, Regent’s Park open-air theatre) as Viola
  • Musik (2005, Arcola Theatre) as Klara
  • Professor Bernhardi (2005, Arcola Theatre) as Nurse Ludmilla
  • The Night (2005, BBC Radio 3) (poetry reading)
  • Much Ado About Nothing (2004, Shakespeare’s Globe) as Hero
  • The Lost Child (2003–04, Chichester Festival Theatre)
  • Stealing Sweets and Punching People (2003, Latchmere Theatre) as Emily
  • Loveplay (2003, Finborough Theatre)
  • Broken (2000, Hen & Chickens Theatre
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      Project details: Dir. Jonathan Mumby
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    Production (role): MEASURE FOR MEASURE

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    Company: Shakepeares Globe

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    Project details: Dir. Dominic Drumgoole
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    Production (role): CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

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    Company: Northern Stage

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    Project details: Dir. James Dacre
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    Production (role): PROOF

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    Company: Menier Choc Factory

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    Project details: Dir. Polly Findlay
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    Production (role): GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES

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    Company: Gate Theatre

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    Project details: Dir. Justin Audibare
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    Production (role): THREE SISTERS

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    Company: Young Vic

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    Project details: Dir. Benedict Andrews
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    Production (role): THE PITCHFORK DISNEY

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    Company: Arcola Theatre

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    Project details: Dir. Edward Dick
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    Production (role): SILENCE

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    Company: RSC / Filter

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    Project details: Dir. David Farr
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    Production (role): MORTE D’ARTHUR

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Gregory Doran
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    Production (role): COMEDY OF ERRORS

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Paul Hunter
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    Production (role): ROMEO AND JULIET

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Rupert Goold
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    Production (role): AS YOU LIKE IT

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Greg Doran
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    Production (role): LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Greg Doran
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    Production (role): HAMLET

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Greg Doran

    Ian Charleson Award Nominee 2009

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    Production (role): MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Greg Doran
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    Production (role): THE SEA

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    Company: Haymarket Theatre Royal

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    Project details: Dir. Jonathan Kent
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    Production (role): VERNON GOD LITTLE

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    Company: Young Vic

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    Project details: Dir. Rufus Norris
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    Production (role): ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Greg Doran
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    Production (role): JULIUS CAESAR

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Sean Holmes
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    Production (role): THE TEMPEST

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    Company: RSC

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    Project details: Dir. Rupert Goold
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    Production (role): TIS PITY SHE’S A WHORE

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    Company: Southwark Playhouse

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    Project details: Dir. Edward Dick

    Critics Circle Award for Most Promising Newcomer 2005
    Time Out Award Most Promising Newcomer 2005

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    Production (role): CYMBELINE

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    Company: Regents Park

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    Project details: Dir. Rachel Kavanagh
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    Production (role): TWELFTH NIGHT

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    Company: Regents Park

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    Project details: Dir. Tim Sheader

    Ian Charleson Award WINNER 2006

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    Production (role): PROFFESOR BERNHARDIE

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    Company: Arcola

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    Project details: Dir. Mark Rosenblatt
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    Production (role): MUSIK

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    Company: Arcola

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    Project details: Dir. Deborah Bruce
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    Production (role): MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

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    Company: Globe

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    Project details: Dir. Tamara Harvey
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    Production (role): THE LOST CHILD

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    Company: Chichester

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    Project details: Dir. Andy Brereton
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    Production (role): STEALING SWEETS AND PUNCHING PEOPLE

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    Company: Latchmere

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    Project details: Dir. Crispin Bonham-Carter
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    Production (role): PLAYHOUSE CREATURES

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    Project details: Dir. Annie Castledine
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