Charlotte trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts after studying Drama at the University of Hull. She is a pint-sized character actress, musician and occasional artist.
In Autumn, Charlotte will be performing in The Twits, a Curve & Rose Theatre Kingston co-production directed by Max Webster.
Recent theatre credits include: Brief Encounter (Torch Theatre), Once Upon a Christmas (The Unicorn), The Dragon & Fuente Ovejuna (Tangram Theatre Company), A Christmas Carol (The Dukes, Lancaster), A Spell of Cold Weather (Cahoots NI, The Lyric Belfast), All Join In & Charlotte’s Web (Polka Theatre) and A Christmas Carol (Strangeface Theatre Co.). TV credits include: Doctors (BBC).
Charlotte is also a member of all female progressive indie pop band The May Birds.
We have plenty of laughs from Charlotte Workman as the put upon waitress Beryl
Arts Scene in Wales
Charlotte Workman can’t fail to make you burst with happiness as she goes from the utterly-smitten-but-can’t-catch-a-break Beryl, to Mrs Overall-esque waitress with impeccable comic timing in all.
A Christmas Carol – The Dukes
All of the cast are brilliant, there is no weak link here. This is a unique, clever and heartwarming adaptation of the classic story
Nick Lakin – Lancaster Guardian
All Join In – Polka Theatre
Charlotte Workman, a fine and very expressive actor, almost develops her cello into another character
Fuente Ovejuna – CLF Art Cafe
Charlotte Workman is hilarious as the superbly camped-up Isabella