Tracy Forsythe

Tracy is from Dublin and trained originally with Audrey Meredith,gaining a Diploma from the Irish Board of Speech and Drama in 1986. She moved to the UK in 1987 where she worked in the corporate world for some years before studying “Acting for Camera” at ALRA in 1997. She returned to study in 2013 and obtained a first class degree in Theatre Arts (Acting and Contemporary Theatre Making) from the University of Brighton.

Previous roles include Deanne Rose in “Pistols”; Sarah Brenton in“Nothing Personal”, Carrie in “Ballad of a Thin Man”, Diane in “A Slender Thread” and Mother Superior in a new adaptation of “Agnes of God”. She has collaborated with Fruits of the Womb theatre company as a writer/performer on two productions: “Note to Self” (Camberley Theatre/Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds) and “Missing Sonya” (Hurst Arts Festival). She has also written and produced two stage plays “Spreading her thinly” (Theatre Royal Bath/tour) and “Santa Maybe”, while her radio script “The Pasfir Programme” was nominated for RTE’s P J O’Connor Awards. Tracy lives in Brighton with her husband and two sons and loves walking her dog on the Downs.

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