- On January 31, 2018
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Louise had her first taste of professional acting when she was still at school. Aged just 15 she appeared in CBBC’s Stacey Stone as Tiffany Shears.
Louise completed her training at the Arts Educational Schools in London and promptly landed a plum role as Lisa in the West End stage version of Mamma Mia!
With a CV that includes the National Theatre of Scotland’s Men Should Weep and Chekhov’s Three Sisters at the Tron, as well as as a string of appearances on stage around Glasgow.
Louise appeared in NTS’s Yer Granny, on at the King’s Theatre alongside Gregor Fisher, Paul Riley, Jonathan Watson, Maureen Beattie and Barbara Rafferty.
Louise has been featured in the BBC Scotland sit-coms ‘Scots Squad’ and ‘Two Doors Down’ as well as appearences in ‘Sketch Show’ & ‘What’s Funny?’
Louise has teamed up with Gayle Telfer-Stevens to form a double act called The Dolls and have undertaken several sell out tours.