Artist Profile - Felicity Duncan
|FELICITY DUNCAN - 30s-40s - Warm, gentle, bright, charming||Click to listen||Right click to download|
|FELICITY DUNCAN - Animation/Characters||Click to listen||Right click to download|
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Felicity trained at the Webber Douglas Academy.
Her recent theatre credits include: Adelaide in Stop Dreamin' (new musical by Ray Cooney) and Rosie in Mamma Mia (international tour)
Her recent television appearances include Eastenders (playing a registrar who married Ian Beale to his fourth wife), Holby City (physiotherapist) and Ricky's Joke Shop with Ricky Tomlinson (pilot)
Some of Felicity's many other theatre roles include: Fiddler on the Roof with Topol at the London Palladium and national tour, Cider with Rosie, (Rosie), Noises Off (Poppy Norton Taylor), Billy Liar (Barbara), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia) at Liverpool Playhouse, The Wizard of Oz at Watermill Newbury (Dorothy), An Evening with Gary Lineker at the Mill at Sonning (Monica), Joking Apart at the Exeter Northcott (Olive), You Never Can Tell (Dolly Clandon) at Colchester Mercury, Maureen and Eva in Gertrude's Secret at The King's Head, Islington, the New End Hampstead and on tour - a series of monologues headed by Prunella Scales and directed by Andrew Loudon.
Other recent work includes appearing in a BBC Radio 2 comedy drama directed by Dirk Maggs called The Adventures of Sexton Blake in which she played Miss Terry.
Felicity has voiced many commercials including a Rescue Remedy radio campaign, amongst others. Her other voice work includes corporate work as well as numerous voices for animation.