Eirlys Bellin

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Eirlys Bellin
NationalityWelsh
OccupationActor, character comedian, voice-over artist

Eirlys Bellin is a Welsh actress, character comedian and voice-over artist from Cowbridge in South Wales.

Bellin trained at the University of Edinburgh and the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. She has been a regular on the London circuit starring in character comedy shows like Spank! And Something for the Weekend. In her hit debut solo show Eirlys Bellin: Reality Check,[1] she performed as Welsh celebrity wannabe Rhian Davies at Holyrood, Edinburgh, Edinburgh in 2007, which spawned many reviews in her favour. Her 2010 Edinburgh Show Unaccustomed As I Am[2] was directed by Logan Murray.

Bellin was also a semi-finalist in Funny Women Awards at the Manchester Comedy Festival.

Television roles[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2000 The Magic Paintbrush: A Story from China Girl Voice
2005 Doctor Who Bev Episode: Father's Day
2008 High Hopes Ffion Episode: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
? Herio’r Ddraig
? Pobol y Cwm
? A470
? Teledu Eddie
2014 Stella Reporter 'Christmas Special'

Other appearances[edit]

In 2008, she featured in A Complete History of My Sexual Failures (Chris Waitt, Warp X), and also directed children's animation series Raymond (VSI for TV Toonland).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "EIRLYS BELLIN: REALITY CHECK – News and latest information on Theatre Dance and Performance in Wales – news, reviews, commentary, features and discussion".
  2. ^ "Eirlys Bellin: Unaccustomed as I Am".

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