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Adler, Rosalind

Rosalind Adler


Rosalind has been an actress for over 30 years, appearing in West End runs, national tours, radio plays, corporate videos, stand-up comedy and TV series for Channel 4, LWT and the BBC.

Since the mid 1990s she has also worked as a voice and communications skills trainer, helping business professionals to improve their client communication and internal communication skills. 

She graduated from Cambridge University (M.A. in Modern and Mediaeval languages) and then trained as an actress for three years at The Drama Centre. In 1997 she gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies at the Central School of Speech and Drama. She has been in several TV shows and also the film ‘Frank’ with Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson. 

As a writer she best enjoys addressing important topics with a light touch.  Her one-woman multi-charactered play ‘Jubilate!’ was a Times Critics' Choice at The Pleasance, Edinburgh in 2012 (“I'm so glad I came; I was so impressed”- Barry Humphries). Two fairy-tale-based playlets written by her played in a showcase of six at the Museum of Comedy in London in January 2015. She also writes screenplays, one of the latest is called WSM (Wicked Stepmother).

Her short play, ‘We Open On Thursday’, showcased at Theatre 503 in December 2015. Steve Harper, 503's Literary Manager, said: “A clear talent for comic writing and performance that I have seen captivate audiences on many occasions.”

Her play ‘Between Friends’, co-written with Carolyn Pertwee, had a lovely reception at a reading in Farnham in October 2015. David Irwin wrote: “The play was absolutely brilliant. I was in a spell throughout and so moved. It is so good, I couldn't fault it in script, pace, drama, real life, comedic moments, perfect end with just the right amount of uncertainty and me stunned and in tears, but ok ones! And you and the others did it so utterly tellingly.”

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