Hannah Heydon-Dumbleton

Actor, Dancer
Location Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Physical Details

Height:
172 cm / 5ft 8in
Chest:
91 cm / 36 in
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Hair colour:
Blonde
Skin colour:
White
Hair length:
Long
Eye colour:
Grey
Hair type:
Wavy

Credits, Schools & Workplaces

2011
  • Lyceum Youth Theatre's Kick Ass Christmas : performed at the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh
  • Snow White and the seven Gnomes : Snow White
2010
  • Alpha Dance Academy : BTDA

Acting

Acting experience:
  Previous unpaid speaking roles
Languages
  • English
  • French
Accents
  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • French
I am a member of 2 drama groups:

Pathhead Players - my local villiage drama group who put on 2 annual performances, i am involved in the Pantomime annually

Lyceum Youth Theatre - LYT - I am a member of LYT Senior 3 and attending these classes are the highlight of my week, we often put on shows and they are immense fun and really educational.

I played Snug the Lion in my schools performance of 'a Midsummer Night's dream'
and Helena (Helen of Troy) in 'Hysterical History of the Trojan war'

I can do several accents and speak the French language quite well (however not fluently), and can learn french script.

I attended a Billy Elliot workshop held by Edinburgh's Festival Theatre

Dancing

Dancing ability:
  Intermediate
Dance styles
  • Ballet
  • Contemporary
  • Jazz
  • Tap
I was a member of Alpha Dance Academy for over 10 years, until summer 2010 when i left because i personally was no longer enjoying it. My grandmother was a dancer for many years so dancing is definitely in my family My Favorite dance style i studied was Tap, however i also like Jazz, Hip-Hop and Ballet .

I have also attended a few Dance Workshops, unfortunately i cannot remember the names of any of them.

I took many exams under both BA and BTDA dance boards and passed them to a high level

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