Paris Nethercott-Cable

Paris is a London-born Actress, now living in West Sussex. She is currently training at The Greater Brighton MET on the ‘FDA Acting and Contemporary Theatre Making’ course.

 

Whilst on her second year at MET, Paris has proven to be very versatile in different theatrical disciplines: Stage, Screen, Classical Theatre, Improvisation, Site Specific and more recently Clowning.

 

Paris has worked closely with Denise Evans on the Company Collisions script adaptation of ‘Medea’, where she played ‘The Nurse’ at The Brighton Open Air Theatre (Brighton Fringe Festival 2018).

 

Working with Tanushka Marah in the ‘Windmill Young Actors’ Theatre Company, Paris devised and performed ‘About A Revolution’ also in the Brighton Fringe Festival 2018. One of Paris’ hobbies is creative writing – this show gave her the opportunity to utilise her writing talents and perform her own material on stage. After receiving great feedback, Paris continues to write and perform spoken word within her MET showcase.

 

Paris also enjoys performing and watching Physical Theatre, creating SFX Makeup and Fine Art. She also takes part in Zumba, fitness classes and loves singing.

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