Photos with Alice Bird
Alice Bird is a British actress born and raised in London, daughter of engineer Bryn Bird and fashion designer June Bird. Upon seeing Alice Cry when the stage was dismantled at her primary school, her mother enrolled her in acting classed and Alice has not looked back since. Alice attended classes at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Italia Conti, Gypt and went on to complete a BA 9hons) in Acting at Rose Bruford College. Her first television appearance was in BBC's "Messiah" and she went on to be a series regular in "Footballers Wives: Extra Time". Read more... Michael Tchoubouroff's feature film "Diagnosis: Superstar" and had the pleasure of working alongside Bill Nighy in Richard Eyre's "Notes on A Scandal". Since then Alice has played lead roles in TV series "Push", the stage version of Dante's "La Vita Nouva", feature film "Picnic in Gaza" and had the privilege of playing the title role of "Anastasia" on stage in Bloomsbury Square before starring in the feature film "If it Be Love" which went on to become a successful stage show. In 2013 she played lead roles in seven short films. She is proud to have co-written and produced "I'm in the Corner with the Bluebells" which was officially selected for the Toronto international film festival as well as festivals worldwide. She also made "La Tamise", with Philip Bloom which screened at the Curzon Soho as part of the 2014 London sort film festival. "Venus and Mars" shot in Iceland and London was screened at the Richmix cinema. Alice then played opposite Derek Jacobi in a rehearsed reading of "De Rapu Meo" which was produced for the stage with her still cast. Following this Alice played lead roles in two feature films. In "A Reason to Leave" she starrs opposite Mark Wingett and Claire King. In "Subject" she plays the central character Sally, an artist who lands an unexpected exhibition.