Alix Wilton Regan

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Alix Wilton Regan
Born Alix Sophie Wilton Regan
Westminster, London, England
Occupation Actress, Activist, Writer
Years active 2003–present

Alix Sophie Wilton Regan (born 26 January 1986)[1] is an English actress, activist and writer.

Early life[edit]

Born in Westminster, London, Regan attended L'Ile Aux Enfants primary school, the Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle, and Latymer Upper School for A-Levels. She also attended Sylvia Young Theatre School.

After graduating, Regan enrolled in drama school and became the youngest ever student to be admitted to the NCDT and CDS accredited Drama Studio London.[citation needed] Whilst training, Regan represented her school at National level, in the BBC Radio Carlton Hobbs Awards. Regan was honored by the BBC panel with two Special Commendation Awards: Best Shakespearean Monologue and Best Contemporary Duologue.[2]

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

After graduating at the age of 20, her first stage appearance was as Hannah in the two-handed Retreat by playwright James Saunders, which won a FringeReview Award for Most Outstanding Theatre Show at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007 and transferred to the New End Theatre, London.[citation needed] Since then, Regan has performed in theatrical productions at Theatre Royal Haymarket, The Tricycle Theatre, The King's Head Theatre, The Arcola Theatre and The Landor Theatre. She performed opposite Jonathan Pryce in "King Lear" at The Almeida Theatre in Michael Attenborough's last show as Artistic Director there.[3]

Film[edit]

Alix co-starred in the feature film The Wife, as Susannah Castleman, the daughter of Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce's characters, and the sister of Max Irons'. The film is written by Jane Anderson and directed by Bjorne Runge. She is also a Founding Director of the London On Film Festival, held at the UK's first social enterprise cinema, The Lexi, in north-west London.[4] She appears as 'Zoe' in the 2012 UK feature film Life Just Is.

Filmography[edit]

Year Production Role Notes
2003 Doctors Annalise TV series
The Bill Josie Pike TV series
2006 Bombshell Sophie Welling TV series
2007 Casualty Clare Brickell TV series
2009 Hustle Michelle TV series
Risen Rachel / Martha / Sonja / Tilda Video game (voice)
Elemental Storage Alice Hargrave
Dragon Age: Origins Ser Cauthrien Video game (voice)
2010 The Symmetry of Love Jane[5] Supporting Role
Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening Mhairi Video game (voice)
2011 World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries Leeann
Come Fly with Me Françoise TV series
Anno 2070 Tori Bartok Video game (voice)
Trine 2 Isabel Video game (voice)
2012 Mass Effect 3 Specialist Samantha Traynor Video game (voice)
The Last Story Calista Video game (voice)
Leap Year Leap Girls Short film
Life Just Is Zoe
WRC 3: FIA World Rally Championship Narrator Video game (voice)
Deponia Goal Video game (voice)
Chaos on Deponia Goal Video game (voice)
Risen 2: Dark Waters Patty Steelbeard Video game (voice)
Forza Horizon Holly Cruz Video game (voice)
ZombiU Sondra Kelley Video game (voice)
Pure Chloe Short film
Blind Fate Maria Short film
2013 Divinity: Dragon Commander Princess Lohannah, additional voices Voice
Goodbye Deponia Goal Video game (voice)
Real Playing Game Young Alice
The Night of the Rabbit Additional Voices Video game (voice)
The Amazing World of Gumball Hexagon Lady / Carmen / The Internet Animated TV series (voice)
Castles Made of Sand Saffy
The Raven Patricia Mayers Video game (voice)
Soul Sacrifice Sortiara / Illecebra Video game (voice)
2014 The Heartbroke Hitman Bo
Crossing Lines Sabina Baxendale TV series
Dragon Age: Inquisition Female Inquisitor [British] Video game (voice)
LittleBigPlanet 3 Pinky Buflooms Video game (voice)
Sacred 3 Aria Video game (voice)
New Tricks Tessa Dugdale TV series
Divinity: Original Sin - Enhanced Edition The Weaver of Time, additional voices Video game (voice)
Back Issue Olivia Harrison Short film
2015 Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide Kerillian Video game (voice)
Obsession: Dark Desires Sarah Nottingham TV series
20 Hz Alice
The Leap Jade / Erin Short film
Skin & Bones Alix Short film
The Erotic Adventures of Anaïs Nin Leah (journalist) TV movie
Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser Female Inquisitor Video game (voice)
Writers Retreat Daisy
Guitar Hero Live Additional voices Video game (voice)
In Cube Mariah
2016 The Healer Kirsty Smith (original title: The White Room)
Mate Tessa Short film
Deponia Doomsday Goal Video game (voice)
2017 The Brave Dr. Kimberly Wells TV series
Assassin's Creed Origins Aya Video game (voice)
Divinity: Original Sin 2 Sebille Video game (voice)
2018 Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Kerillian Video game (voice)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://search.findmypast.co.uk/results/world-records/england-and-wales-births-1837-2006?firstname=alix&lastname=regan&eventyear=1986&eventyear_offset=0
  2. ^ Official website
  3. ^ Alix at rhubarbvoices.co.uk
  4. ^ ("London On Film Festival". Archived from the original on 7 September 2009. Retrieved 5 May 2010.)
  5. ^ The Symmetry of Love at fleamarketpictures.com

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