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Two-time Evening Standard Theatre award winner Rosalie Craig is one of the most recognised and critically praised actors working in the West End. A graduate of the prestigious Rose Bruford College, Craig has gone on to become a key playmaker in theatre, most notably taking on her first lead female role as Arwen in the epic musical adaptation of THE LORD OF THE RINGS at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and in 2013 in the National Theatre's stunning production of THE LIGHT PRINCESS. That year she was nominated for four theatre awards including a Laurence Olivier award, she won her first Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical Performance "actor Rosalie Craig is living proof that stars are not born but made – through a combination of talent, hard work, sheer grit and an ability to connect with audiences. She's got all in abundance." The Guardian
Rosalie is currently receiving sensational 5* reviews from critics and the public alike for her leading role as Bobbie in the acclaimed new adaptation of the hit Stephen Sondheim musical COMPANY, currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre in London. The Financial Times said that Rosalie "delivers a tour de force that deserves to be the talk of the town" with Time Out calling her "immaculate." Rosalie's performance has earned her a well deserved second Evening Standard Theatre award for Best Musical Performance.
Rosalie's other theatre work includes leading roles in THE FERRYMAN directed by Sam Mendes at the Gielgud Theatre, CITY OF ANGELS at the Donmar Warehouse for which she was nominated for an Evening Standard Award for Best Musical Performance, FINDING NEVERLAND at the Leicester Curve and RAGTIME at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. She appeared in the musical LONDON ROAD at the National Theatre and subsequently in Rufus Norris's film adaptation alongside Olivia Colman and Tom Hardy. Craig's other work with the National Theatre include: AS YOU LIKE IT and THE THREEPENNY OPERA. She appeared in the premiere of musical WONDER.LAND, at Palace Theatre, Manchester and also as Lady Macduff alongside Kenneth Branagh in MACBETH, both for the Manchester International Festival in association with the National Theatre.
Rosalie's television work include appearances in BBC One's SPOOKS, ITV'S ENDEAVOUR and Netflix hit LOVESICK. Later this year, she will join Anna Friel, Emily Beecham Sheila Atim and Dougray Scott in the independent feature film SULPHUR AND WHITE.