Keziah Joseph

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Keziah Joseph (born August 12, 1992 in Hammersmith West London) is a British actress who trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She made her professional theatre debut in Sandi Toksvig's Silver Lining (2017). In her final year, she was nominated for The Spotlight Graduate prize, was the recipient of The Carlton Hobbs Award in 2016, and also landed the role of 'Dorothy' in the long running British radio soap opera 'The Archers', as well as the part of 'Uche' in a BFI sponsored short film entitled 'Hush'.

Award[edit]

In 2016 she received the BBC Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award,[1] and was a Spotlight Prize nominee.[2]

Radio[edit]

In 2016 played the part of Dorothy in BBC Radio 4's The Archers.[3] RADIO

  • 2016, Radio, Dorothy, THE ARCHERS, BBC Radio 4, Kim Greengrass
  • 2016, Radio, Elsie Griffiths, THE CONFIDENTIAL AGENT, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Sally Avens
  • 2016, Radio, Cowslip/Clover/Nethilta, WATERSHIP DOWN, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Gemma Jenkins & Marc Beeby
  • 2016, Radio, Lyeasha, THE THICKNESS BY DANIEL LAWRENCE TAYLOR, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Jonquil Panting
  • 2016, Radio, Rosalie, AGNES GREY, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Tracey Neale
  • 2016, Radio, Cassie, WILD THINGS BY CHARLOTTE JONES, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Liz Webb
  • 2016, Radio, Harriet, NORTHANGER ABBEY, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Sally Avens
  • 2016, Radio, Student 2/ Prisoner 3, ASSATA SHAKUR: THE FBI’S MOST WANTED WOMAN, BBC Radio 4 (RDC), Debbie Tucker Green
  • 2017, Radio, Lorna, DOCTOR WHO- COLD VENGEANCE, Big Finish Productions
  • 2017, Radio, Girl, THE MOTHER, BBC radio 4, Peter Kavanagh

Short film[edit]

Joseph played the part of Hush in Uche (Genesis Child Productions, Alex Campbell).[3]

STAGE

  • 2017/18 Stage, Mowgli, THE JUNGLE BOOK, Royal & Derngate, Max Webster.
  • 2017, Stage, Evie/Helen/Kim Kardashian/Lucy, KANYE THE FIRST, HighTide, Andrew Twyman
  • 2017, Stage, Hope, SILVER LINING, Rose Theatre Kingston, Rebecca Gatwood

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Soundstart". BBC. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
  2. ^ "The Spotlight Prize 2016: Nominees Announced". Spotlight. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Keziah Joseph". Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Retrieved 17 March 2017.

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