Perdita is an actress and voice over artist working from her professional home studio and commercial studios when required. Most recently she played the part of ‘Gronya Derange’ in Grand Desires at The MAC. She has also voiced the female lead ‘Auntie Hen’ in the English version of the award winning animation Hip-Hip and Hurra along with five smaller roles. Her entry in the International Piehole demo of the year competition came third and has been made into an animation itself.
She played the lead role of Amber Stone in an independent feature film ‘I, A Slave‘ by Future Focus Films which was nominated in the American Online Film Awards. Perdita has appeared in several other independent films credited on IMDb.
Her theatre work includes ‘The Daughters of Venice’ at The Old Vic, Birmingham, the London Premiere of Neil Simon’s ‘Rumours’ at The Hen & Chickens. She has also worked with touring companies such as Bitesize, Quantum Theatre and Artyfact where she played ‘Lady Macbeth’ in ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Juliet’ in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Perdita also presented the Strongman Champions League 2009/10 at Wembley Arena.
Perdita’s voice credits include a ‘MovieStar Planet’ National Irish TV commercial, two commercials for Cornetto Classico and a Childrens audio book called ‘The Magic Clock’ for Inspire Books. She also played ‘Rika Demoen’ for the BBC as part of their drama collection of interviews with WW2 witnesses. Perdita has also voiced for commercials, websites, and talking newspapers for the blind.