Faith McDermott

Gender Female
Date of Birth 03/07/2003
Playing Age 14-21
Ethnicity White
Eye Colour Blue-Grey
Hair Colour Dark Brown
Hair Length Mid Length
Weight (kg) 58.97
Height (cm) 158
Shoe Size UK 4
Chest (cm) 88.90
Inside Leg (cm) 0.00
Voice Character Mature
Voice Quality Melodious
Music & Dance Ballad,Choral Singing,Mezzo-Soprano
Training I have regular singing lessons online as well as in person. I also take performing arts at college as well as being part of a youth theatre group called ‘Spennymoor Youth Theatre Group’ who won the National Operatics and Drama Association Award for best Amateur performance in 2019 for our production of Oliver. We also won that award again for our February 2020 production of Seussical the Musical; where I played the principle role of the Sour Kangaroo. I also attend the Pauline Quirke Academy in Belmont as well as being part of a global singing showcase known as Vocal Star; I was chosen out of over 1000 applicants. I’m predicted to get a distinction (A) or a distinction* (A*) for my work in performing arts; this subject allows me to explore different sectors of performing arts. For example, we have had to put together our own variety show, choreograph group numbers as well as work on solo pieces; I performed Christina Perri’s ‘Human’ and choreographed it myself. I’ve also played the part of Jo from ‘A Taste of Honey’ and I earned a distinction on that piece of work. I enjoyed it because of the character I played; Jo was a pregnant teenager who lived with her best friend after her baby’s father went off to war. It was an eye-opening role as I’d clearly never experienced that, so to have that understanding was wonderful. Moreover, in 2019 I was also cast as a Christmas entertainer on the Train to Christmas Town, which was a paid role. I was in this role for the entirety of the Christmas period and it was an absolute blast as I got to interact and entertain children and really show them what the magic of Christmas is about. I would do it again in a heartbeat. In August 2020 I was also cast as a scare actor for Beamish Terror in the Trees; I was one of only 25 chosen to work on the production and I was even given my own stand alone section of the scare walkthrough to terrorise anyone who dared walk through my part of the forest. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, this event was cancelled, but I am booked to do it for 2021.
Disabled: No


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