About Molly

Molly Roberts is a London based Actress, Producer and founder of Poleroid Theatre.

As an Actor:

Molly trained at the Guildford School of Acting graduating in 2011 with a BA (Hons) Acting. In 2014 she was nominated for an Off-West End Theatre Award for Best Female Performance in Free Fall. In Spring 2015 she will be touring with Frantic Assembly / Open Clasp Theatre in their new production Jumping Puddles. 
Credits include:
TV – Inspector George Gently (BBC); Tony Robinsons Gods and Monsters (Channel 4); Disney Animated Advert (Disney/Touchpress); Drink Responsibly (Pilot Episode Reading BBC Writers Room); Flat 32 (Online Series/Channel X TV); Michelle and Michael (Highsix Media).
THEATRE – Jumping Puddles (Frantic Assembly/Open Clasp); Free Fall (Pleasance-Offie Nominated); Life On A Plum (Wilderness Festival); The Allotment R&D (Live Theatre); Nabokov Arts Club (Waterloo Vaults); Timebomb (White Bear); Our Father (Theatre503); Snow, At The End Of The World (Old Red Lion); Me, As A Penguin (Guildford Fringe); Writers Bloc: WaterWings (Old Red Lion); Burn: Farenheit 452 (ELAN Frantoio, Italy); Breakout (Cockpit Theatre); Dracula (Broadway Theatre); Back2Back (White Bear); FlickBook (Theatre503/Etcetera); Shakers (Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud); Classical Text (Cicely Berry/RSC); The Seagull (Mike Alfreds, Acting The Classics); Shakespeares Words (Clive Swift, Acting The Classics).
 

As a Producer:

Molly is Executive Producer for Poleroid Theatre, Associate Producer Third Man Theatre & has Assistant Produced for Nabokov Theatre.
FlickBook (Theatre503/Etcetera); Back2Back (White Bear); Breakout (Cockpit); Write It : Mic It (Hackney Attic/Castle Hotel Manchester Regular); Peanuts (Tristan Bates/Last Refuge); Instadate (Hackney Attic/Ritzy Cinema); Our Father (Theatre503); Timebomb (White Bear); Nabokov Arts Club (Vaults Festival/Nabokov Theatre); Mugs and Arrows (Old Red Lion/Third Man Theatre); Free Fall (Pleasance Islington – 3 time Off-West End Award Nominated); The Allotment (R&D Live Theatre Newcastle); Write It: Mic It (Wilderness Festival/Edinburgh Fringe 2014).
Molly is also a keen editorial writer, having written articles for the Actors Centre London as well as reviewing for Bargain Theatre from 2011-2013.
She is also co-creating a new comedy series in development with Channel X Television Productions.

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