Rosemary Ashe

OVERVIEW

Rosie grew up in Lowestoft, Suffolk and trained at The Royal Academy of Music and The London Opera Centre.

Her credits include: 'ADRIAN MOLE' (Ambassadors Theatre), 'THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA' (Her Majesty’s Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'LES MISERABLES' (Palace Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'WHEN WE ARE MARRIED' (The Garrick), 'OLIVER!' (West End/Cameron Mackintosh), 'THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK' (Drury Lane Theatre/Cameron Mackintosh), 'COMITTEE' (Donmar Warehouse), 'THE HOUSE OF ELLIOT' (BBC), 'THE BEGGARS OPERA' (BBC), and 'DOCTORS' (BBC).

Rosie was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical in ‘THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK.’

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Height: 5' 4 (163cm)
  • Weight: 9st 2lb (58.1kg)
  • Playing Age: 55 - 70
  • Eye Colour: Blue-Grey
  • Hair Colour: Blonde
  • Hair Length: Mid Length
  • Appearance: White

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AWARDS

Rosie was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical in ‘The Witches of Eastwick.

CREDITS

Television

DOCTORS, Esmeralda Bronwyn-Jones- BBC, (director: Gary Williams)

CARMEN, Frasquita-Image Entertainments, (director: Gavin Taylor)

MONSTER TV, Cynthia Cyclops-BBC Television, (director: Jeremy Swan)

AN AUDIENCE WITH RONNIE CORBETT, Guest Singer-LWT

THE WORLD OF PETER RABBIT AND FRIENDS, CBS- (director: Jack Spikes)

THE BEGGAR'S OPERA, Lucy Lockitt-BBC Television, (director: Jonathan Miller)

COSI FAN TUTTE, Despina-BBC Television, (director: Jonathan Miller)

THE GARDEN OF EVELYN, Nell Gwynne-Channel 4, (director: Brian Izzard)

HOUSE OF ELLIOT, Ellie McCabe-BBC Television, (director: Jeremy Silberston)

Theatre

MY FAIR LADY, Mrs Pearce – Teatro Massimo (director: Paul Curran)

ADRIAN MOLE, Grandma Mole-Ambassadors Theatre, (director: Luke Sheppard)

TONIGHT AT 8:30, Mrytle Bagot- Lilli Pepper, Clare Wedderburn, Jermyn St Theatre, (director: Tom Littler)

COMMITTEE, Kate Hoey-Donmar Warehouse, (director: Adam Penford)

SISTER ACT, Sister Mary Lazarus-Jamie Wilson Productions, (director: Craig Revel Horwood)

THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK, Betty-Waterloo East Theatre, (director: Garry Lake)

CRUSH THE MUSICAL, Miss Bleacher-Belgrade Theatre, (director: Anna Linstrum)

ADRIAN MOLE, Grandma Mole-Leicester Curve, (director: Luke Sheppard)

THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK, Felicia-Watermill, Newbury, (director: Craig Revel Horwood)

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE A HOME, Joyce-The Mill at Sonning, (director: Paul Elliott)

HMS PINAFORE, Little Buttercup-Raymond Gubbay, (director: Simon Butteriss)

DAMES AT SEA, Mona-Union Theatre, (director: Kirk Jameson)

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED, Lottie Grady- Guildford & West-End for Nimax/Duncan Weldon, (director: Chris Luscombe)

NOISES OFF, Dotty-Wolsey Ipswich, (director: Peter Rowe)

STEPPING OUT, Mrs Fraser- UK Tour, (director: Richard Baron)

THE BED BEFORE YESTERDAY, Lolly-The Mill at Sonning, (director: Julian Woolford)

SISTER ACT THE MUSICAL (Workshop), Sister Mary Lazarus-Stage Entertainment, (director: Peter Scheider)

SNOW WHITE, The Wicked Queen-Norwich Theatre Royal, (director: Richard Gauntlett)

SWEENEY TODD, Mrs Lovett-Gothenburg Opera House Sweden, (director: Staffan Aspegren)

STEPPING OUT, Mrs Fraser-Derby Playhouse, (director: Steven Dexter)

SWEENEY TODD, Beggar Woman- Royal Festival Hall, (director: David Freeman)

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, Ruth-Carl Rosa Opera Company, UK & USA Tours, (directors: Peter Mulloy/Steve Elias)

MY FAIR LADY, Mrs Higgins-Bronowksi Productions, (director: Nikolai Foster)

MARY POPPINS (Original Cast), Miss Andrew 2004 - 2006-Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Richard Eyre)

FLORADO, Lady Holyrood- Finborough Theatre, (director: Nina Brazier)

LES MISERABLES, Madame Thenardier-Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Trevor Nunn)

THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK (Olivier Nominated), Felicia Gabriel 2000 - 2001-Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Eric Schaeffer)

NOISES OFF, Dottie Otley-Salisbury Playhouse Theatre, (director: Peter Rowe)

SPEND SPEND SPEND!, Viv Nicholson-West Yorkshire Playhouse, (director: Justin Green)

13 RUE DE L'AMOUR, Mdme Spritzer-Northampton Theatre Royal, (director: Alan Cohen)

NUNSENSE, Sister Mary Amnesia- Farnham Redgrave Theatre, (director: Roger Redfarn)

OLIVER!, Widow Corney-Cameron Mackintosh, (director: Sam Mendes)

LA BELLE VIVETTE, Zou Zou-English National Opera, (director: Ian Judge)

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Original Cast), Carlotta-Cameron Mackintosh Limited, (director: Hal Prince)

Radio

FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT, Soloist singer- BBC Radio 2

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