Rosie Taylor-Ritson was Brighton born and bread, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School trained and is now London based. She has a friendly and youthful tone with plenty of personality whilst boasting a natural flair for comedy and character voices which makes her a great choice for commercials and friendly reads. The enthusiastic quality of her voice naturally transforms text and she is an all round actor whose skills, including a variety of accents, can be used for a range of work.
She spent most of her childhood professionally acting on feature films such as Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang and on the West End, preforming in hit shows such as Annie. After finishing drama school last year she has gone on to be a lead feature in BBC’s Casualty and the lead in a BBC short.