Biography

NEWS (2018): Kerry has been freelancing on Radio Rep, appearing in The Merchant of Venice as Nerissa with Hayley Atwell and Andrew Scott at 7:30pm on Radio 3 Sunday 22nd April, as Isabella in Wuthering Heights with Benjamin Batt, with David Threlfall in Spike and the Elfin Oak, in Tommies, in Inspector Chen, in Home Front, as Catherine Barton in Master of the Mint and many more.
 
NEWS (2018): Kerry played Meg, in Black Eyed Girls which won Best Drama Series at the Audio Awards 2018.
 
NEWS (April 2017): Kerry will be freelancing for Radio Rep Company performing a range of roles with Radio 4 - Hrefna in Gudrun, Beth in Milk and Blood, Meg in Black Eyed Girls and many more.
 
NEWS (October 2016): Kerry will be performing at Ophelia in Hamlet on a UK Tour October 2016 - April 2017
 
NEWS (May 2016): Kerry will be performing as Young Macduff, Fleance, Witch in Iqbal Khan's Macbeth at The Globe May - Oct 2016
 
Over the last decade Kerry has performed in a variety of shows from comedies and musicals to dramas and voiceovers. After appearing in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cabaret, West Side Story and Alan Ayckbourne's Confusions, Kerry went on to study English Literature at Newcastle University. Here she took an active role in the theatre society playing several stellar roles including Lady Macbeth, Abigail Williams in The Crucible, Clare in Jim Cartwright’s Road and Mowgli in Jungle Book. Kerry also took her first steps into the professional fringe arena appearing in no less than 6 shows in 3 years at the Edinburgh Festival including. After graduating Kerry worked in several fringe pieces at The Gate and The Latchmere 503 alongside pursuing her love of comedy as Gwendoline in The Importance of Being Earnest (OSO, Barnes) and the infamous sketch show NewsRevue (Canal Cafe, London and Pleasance, Edinburgh 2011). Kerry's most rewarding experience came appearing in regional rep at the Colchester Mercury where she garnered praise from The Guardian for her portrayal of Little Em’ly from 7 year old child to 23 year old fallen woman in Giles Havergal’s David Copperfield. She also took lead roles in Henna Night (Tristan Bates Theatre), Summer Rolls (Tamasha, dir. Kimberley Sykes) and A Dream of Red Pavillions (The Bush). Kerry is also an accomplished voice artist, singer and impersonator due to work further with BBC Radio in the coming months after winning a contract on BBC Radio Drama.