Collette Coleman

Collette Coleman

Overview

One of Collette's earliest memories of performing was in her primary school production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,' which consequently became her first professional credit where she played the role of Handmaiden/cover Narrator/cover Mrs Potiphar on the European Tour shortly after graduating from Bird College. Collette then went on to perform in 'Cats' for David Ian Productions followed by the West End production of 'Charlie and The Chocolate Factory.' Her most recent credits are 'Matilda' (West End) and Wizard of Oz (Sheffield Crucible). 

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 5 (165cm)
  • Playing Age: 23 - 29
  • Eye Colour: Blue-Green
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Long
  • Appearance: White

Theatre

Wizard of Oz, Ensemble, Sheffield Crucible (director: Robert Hastie)

Matilda, Swing, RSC/Cambridge Theatre (director: Matthew Warchus)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Ensemble, Playful Productions/ Theatre Royal Drury Lane (director; Sam Mendes)

Cats, Swing (u/s Jemima/Victoria and Rumpleteaser), UK Tour/David Ian Productions (director; Chrissie Cartwright)

White Christmas, Ensemble, Lowry Theatre, (director: David Morgan)

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Handmaiden/U/S Narrator, UK Tour (director: Henry Metcalfe/Bill Kenwright)

Singin In The Rain, Olga Mara/Featured Ensemble (director: Thom Southerland)

Through The Door, Ensemble (director: Lawrence Mark Wythe)
The Ripper, Temperance Lady (director: Paul Herbert)

Recordings

The Ripper, Girl Number 2 (director: Paul Herbert)

Collette Coleman
Collette Coleman