Production Profiles: Cast Member Helena Dowling

Helena

Helena Dowling trained at The London Studio, Identity School of Drama and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has an impressive track record of film television, theatre and musical credits to her name, spanning traditional, classical and contemporary works.

Notably, Helena has been featured in a number of prestigious award winning and nominated films, plays and musicals, such as Totally Frank and the acclaimed Olivier award winning production Soul Sister. She is currently featuring in the short film CTLR, Which was selected for the British Film Festival and London Film Festival and awarded at the LA Spotlight and Garden State festival along with 7 other awards.

Last year she was selected to dance for Solange in her short film for the opening of the Tate Tanks building at Tate Modern.

Theatre roles include Loretta in Break Every Rule and Millie in 27 Club, both of which toured in Europe and Rhoma in Soul Sister. They also include Tiger Lily, Princess Jasmine and numerous dance roles including extensive choreography credits. Helena has consistently been presenting on children’s television for Nick Jr she also wrote and created ‘Kushaboom’ For Nick Jr! about world dance for children. She has also featured in a number of music videos including Kylie and Tinie Tempah.

You can see Helena playing Chloe in White Witch at the Chelsea Theatre from April 4th until April 30th.

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