Rosie Abraham

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Rosie joined the agency soon after graduating from East 15’s MA Acting Course 2013. Prior to her training Rosie studied Drama at Exeter University and whilst there took on roles including Catherine in Shelagh Stephenson’s The Memory of Water and Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Northcott Theatre.

Rosie has amalgamated an impressive theatre CV since joining Actorum with highlights including the Olivier award-nominated smash hit comedy Peter Pan Goes Wrong with Mischief Theatre (UK No1 tour and West End), two appearances at the New Vic Theatre in Diana of Dobson’s and Anna of the Five Towns, and originating the stage role of Ethel Hallow in The Worst Witch, which toured the UK before transferring to the Vaudeville in the West End. Other theatre credits include Derby Theatre, Rose Theatre Kingston, the Arcola and the Cockpit Theatre.

Rosie is a versatile young actress with brilliant comic timing and musicianship. She consistently brings an abundance of energy, discipline and imagination to her work.

The Worst Witch

Mean girl Ethel Hallow (the delectably nasty Rosie Abraham)
The Times

Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Rosie Abraham’s haunting voice was beautiful
Spy in the Stalls

Dirty Laundry

Under Conrad Nelson’s clear direction, Rosie Abraham’s Nora and Angela Bain’s Frances are powerful linchpin characters in this atmospheric drama.
The Observer, Clare Brennan

Anna of the Five Towns

Rosie Abraham, as Anna’s younger sister Agnes, lights up the stage with her exuberance. She’s a total joy and steals the show.
The Stage, Neil Bonner

A shining performance also came from Rosie Abraham who played Anna’s delightful younger sister Agnes Tellwright. She bounced around the stage full of the energy of a young girl excited by life
At The Theatre, Kath Walton

Girls – East15 MA showcase

While in Girls, by Lena Dunham, Michael Tonkin-Jones and Rosie Abraham were to prove that no matter what time constraints are placed on your performance, good comedic timing can make even the briefest scene really sparkle.
The Stage