Elizabeth is an actress, singer, director and New York Times Bestselling creative artist.
Elizabeth trained in London at the Webber Douglas Academy with recognition from the Sir Laurence Olivier board. She moved into theatre spending time at the Old Vic as part of Kevin Spacey's term as artistic director; working with the likes of RSC director Samuel West with the Theatre Royal Haymarket and Laurence Olivier winning director Tom Hunsinger. As a singer, she has worked in various musicals and performed as a classical soprano soloist at the Royal Albert Hall.
In America, she was warmly welcomed by BAFTA as "Newcomer in LA" : "It's a true honour to be given a pat on the back by such a remarkable organisation, especially when you are so passionate about doing good work. It's incredible."
American theatre includes the critically acclaimed leading role of Eileen Finney in the West Coast premiere of the "The English Bride", and heroin escapee Lizzy MacIntosh in "Trainspotting". Film career includes "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales", dir. Espen Sandberg and Joachim Ronning for Disney; the Polish brothers comedy "Hotbot", as Lindsay Hawthorne, dir. Michael Polish, executive producer Kate Bosworth; the apocalyptic comedy "The Last Man(s) On Earth" as Violet the intern scientist.
A BBC company member for radio plays, she most recently playing Arabella opposite Rufus Sewell in "Sweeney Todd" and Madeline Bassett in the all star production of "Stiff Upper Lip Jeeves", alongside Joanna Lumley, Michael York, James Callis and Adam Godley. Additional credits include Agatha in "Lady Windermere's Fan with Mira Sorvino, and various roles in "Enemy of the People" with Alfred Molina.
She is a New York Times Bestselling director/actor for her performances of the audiobooks "Truth and Lies" and "The Sanatorium" and continues to be a fan favourite for her performances of the "Lady Hardcastle Mysteries" by Tim Kinsey, receiving American Earphones awards and Voice Arts nominations for her portrayal of over 100 characters in the series.
Elizabeth has performed over 150 audio productions and is a seasoned voice director. She is the voice of Cruella DeVil for Disney's audio projects, including "Cruella", the audiobook novelisation of the movie starring Emma Stone, for which she received an American Voice Arts Award nomination and stars alongside James McAvoy and Riz Ahmed in Sandman III, with Neil Gaiman and Dirk Maggs.
She is a multi Audie Award and AudioFile Earphones Award winning voice artist for solo and multi-cast works. Voice clients include DC, Warner Bros, Marvel, Disney, HBO, BBC, ABC, Netflix and major books publishers. She works as a voice artist for both studio and independent movies, ADR, looping, video games, promo's, audiobooks, audio drama, animation and a variety of other mediums.