Rebecca Crookshank

In 2001 Rebecca left the RAF to audition for for drama school & was invited to train at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. Supported by a grant from the Dance and Drama Awards she achieved a First Class BA (Hons) in Acting in 2005. Since that time Rebecca has worked as an actor and her skills and  experience have led her to creating her own work as a writer, producing creative events, directing & more recently writing for TV. In 2008 Rebecca became Company Director of Shacademy Limited​.  In 2013 Rebecca moved on to create Rebecca Crookshank Consultancy. 

 Theatre credits include; Claire in 'Etiquette & Vitriol' (Soho Theatre London) Dick Whittington in 'Poppy' (Landor Theatre London)  Rhianna in 'England Street' by Kenny Emson, Lindsey in 'LBW' Finn Irwin, Narrator in 'Tin Girls’ directed by Jessica Beck, all for The Bike Shed Theatre,  Dorcas & Brigitta in 'Loveplay', Bianca in 'Taming of The Shrew' (St Leonard's Church-Shoreditch) both for New Rep Company, Kelly in 'Impotent' Directed by Graham Hubbard for Oliver Taheri Productions​
 Film TV & Radio credits include; the ‘Strange Kissing Woman’ in Tim Burton’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’, most recently Miss Tacklebox for Channel 5 'Robson Greenes Extreme Fishing'. Rebecca is a regular voice on 'Talking Books', most recently Mills and Boon. She was also a finalist of the Carleton Hobbs BBC radio bursary award. Rebecca has been inspired by her Grandmother who was a Jazz singer, & following in her footsteps & keeping to her military roots, was asked to sing with the Royal Marine Band for a festival.

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