Etisyai Philip


Etisyai Philip

Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre credits include: Processing TVA Agent in Loki Season 2 Launch (Immersive Octopus for Disney/Marvel); Pearl St Clair/Phyllis Robins in Peaky Blinders: The Rise, Riyadh (Hartshorn-Hook/Immersive Everywhere); Mrs White in Cluedo (UK Tour); Windmill Player in the Windmill Soho In House Cabaret (Windmill Soho); Mrs Brown in The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre, West End); Deborah Johnson in MESSIAH (Oval House/Stratford Circle); Billie in Our House (UK Tour); Fairy Godmother in Cinderella (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); Gary Coleman/Bad Idea Bear/Mrs T/2nd Arm in Avenue Q (UK Tour and Hong Kong); Seven Day Plays (Kids Company); Choices (Kids Company/Criterion Theatre); Little Inez in Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Oliviette in SOLD (Edinburgh Festival).

TV credits include: News reporter in Pennyworth (Warner Brothers); Scripted Performance in The Making of Us (Clearstory/BBC); Swim stunt team in ENSLAVED (Cornelia Street Productions).

Film credits include: Jen in How Your Mum Met Me (Triple Danger Productions); The Creature in Catch a Butcher (Tedium Entertainment); Dancer in Good Night (Eva Sigurdardottir); Forest Spirit in The Collector (Andrew John Rainnie).

Radio includes: Brighton Rock (Synchronicity).

As one half of ‘Always Take Care of the Story’, Etisyai produces her own storytelling workshops in primary schools, celebrating folklore primarily from the Afro-Caribbean diaspora. Having trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Etisyai is proud to be a current audition panellist for the Acting MT course.