Alice Wolff-Whitehouse is an East-London based actor, originally from Nottingham.
She recently graduated from Rose Bruford College and has since trained with internationally acclaimed Song of the Goat Theatre and vocal legend Kristen Linklater.
Her most recent credits include One Woman Comedy Show ‘Swine of the Times’ in which she played multiple characters and performed comedy songs. She also appeared in the Ancient Greek Comedy ‘Ploutos’ in which she played the Wife and musician. Alice is also a voice over artist and recently recorded for Edoardo Brighenti’s short film ‘Dog’s Life’ which appeared at various Oscar qualifying festivals.
Throughout her training she appeared as Shakespeare’s ‘Pericles’, Clytemnestra in ‘The Oresteia’ and as an actor-musician in ‘The Unreturn of Lydia Osbourne’ at Summer Hall, Edinburgh Fringe.
Alice has also always loved to sing and play music. She has been in various bands over the last 6 years playing festivals, music venues, pubs and social clubs. She is vibrant in an ensemble and enjoys creating harmonies and the electricity of live music.
Growing up in the countryside Alice has been horse riding since she was 8 years old along with skiing and snowboarding, cycling and swimming. She is playful and confident in dance, physical theatre and recently started experimenting with Drag performance and Cabaret.
Since the pandemic, along with a new passion for plants, Alice has begun delving deeper into the world of film and television and is also currently taking Meisner classes in London to further her craft.