Phyllida Crowley Smith

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Phyllida Crowley Smith (born 1968) is an English ballerina, theatre actress and choreographer.

Born in stoke and grew up in the Isle of white England, she studied at the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts.[1] She won The Cosmopolitan Magazine Award for Best Younger Dancer at the age of 16.[1]

Theatre credits include Heathcliff, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats (playing the role of Victoria the White Cat), Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Phantom of the Opera (as Gilles André's date). She has 2 sons with her husband Jimmy Johnston, Harley born 1998 & Elliot born 2005.

In 2010, Phyllida was the choreographer for the pantomime 'Peter Pan' at the Wyvern Theatre in Swindon. Phyllida is currently the head of Dance at Guildford School Of Acting.

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  1. ^ a b Cast and Creative

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