Sally Reid

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Sally Reid
Born April 21, 1981

Sally Reid (born 21 April 1981 in Perth, Scotland) is a Scottish stage, radio and television actress who trained at Langside College, Glasgow and with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and the Second City Training Center in Chicago.[1][2][3]

Her partner is actor Keith Fleming.[4]

Appearances[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Director Theatre Company Awards
2002 Rumplestiltskin Fiona Simon Sharkey Cumbernauld
2002/3 Factory Girls Rosemary Guy Hollands 7:84 Theatre Company
2003 The Nun Sainte Ursule Phoebe von Held Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow
2003 Snow White Snow White Kenny Miller Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow
2004 Top Girls Kit/Shona/Waitress Hettie McDonald Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow
2004 The BFG Katherine Rita Henderson The Byre Theatre
2005 Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick Sally Kenny Miller Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow
2005 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Baby Jane Kenny Miller Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow
2005/6 Weans in the Wood Logan McLean Gordon Dougall Tron Theatre
2006 HOME Dundee Interviewer Kenny Miller National Theatre of Scotland
2006 The Crucible Mary Warren Guy Hollands TAG Theatre Company/National Theatre of Scotland
2006 Macbeth Lady Macduff/Witch Simon Sharkey National Theatre of Scotland
2007 Antigone Ismene David Levin Tron Theatre
2007 Katie Morag Katie Morag Fletcher Mathers Mull Theatre Company/The Byre Theatre
2008 The Wall Norma Gordon Greg Thompson Borderline Theatre Company/Tron Theatre Nomination for the 2008 Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland Award for Best Actress
2008 Sunset Song Marget Strachan Kenny Ireland His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
2008/9 Beauty and the Beast Marie Claire Jemima Levick Dundee Repertory Theatre
2009 The Ducky Norma Gordon Jemima Levick Borderline Theatre Company
2009 Romeo and Juliet Juliet Kenny Miller Oran Mor Theatre
2009 The Silver Darlings Una Kenny Ireland His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
2009 Autobahn Girl Kenny Miller Theatre Jezebel
2009/10 Ya Beauty and the Beast Mary Hill Gordon Dougall Tron Theatre
2010 Empty Bella Vicky Featherstone National Theatre of Scotland
2010 The Miracle Man Paula Vicky Featherstone National Theatre of Scotland
2010 Doubt[5] young sister Mary McCluskey Tron Theatre
2010 The Chooky Brae Norma Gordon Kenny Miller Tron Theatre
2010 Flo White Flo Gordon Dougall Tron Theatre
2011 Small Town various Julie Brown Random Accomplice/Scottish Tour
2011 Days of Wine and Roses[4] Mona Kenny Miller Tron Theatre
2012 Appointment with The Wicker Man Marie Vicky Featherstone National Theatre of Scotland

Radio[edit]

Date Title Role Director Station
17 August 2008 Mr Paterson: Diary of a Substitute Teacher[6] Joni Iain Davidson BBC Radio Scotland Comedy Unit
21 August 2008 Sex For Volunteers[7] Minnie Kirsty Williams BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
15 May 2009 Jiggedy (Sketch Show)[8] Various Iain Davidson BBC Radio Scotland Comedy Unit
14 October 2009 The Island with No Name[9] Morag Kirsteen Cameron BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
14 January 20104 February 2010 Piano Lessons[10] Sophie Owen Bell BBC Radio Scotland
25 February 2010 Elvis In Prestwick: Don’t Ask Me Why[11] Reader Eilidh McCreadie BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Reading
4 June 2010 Personal Best[12] Ruth Kirsty Williams BBC Radio Scotland
4 January 2011 Scottish Shorts: Fear in a Hat[13] Reader Eilidh McCreadie BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Reading
9 February 2011 Sam’s Story[14] Samantha Richard Bull BBC School Radio
6 September 2011 Occupation[15] Ashley Gall Gaynor Macfarlane BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Director Production Company
2001 Unorganised Chaos Waitress Bryan Larkin Dabhand Films
2002 In The Dark Elsie Patrick Tucker Works Television
2011 Rab C. Nesbitt Waitress Colin Gilbert The Comedy Unit
2014– Scot Squad[16] PC Sarah Fletcher Iain Davidson The Comedy Unit

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