Miriam trained at the Guildford School of Acting and her theatre work ranges from appearing at the Bristol Old Vic, playing the female lead opposite Ian Lavender in ‘ The Ghost Train ’ to the Young Vic, London, in Ibsen’s ‘ Playing with Fire’.
Numerous roles have included: Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth, Kate Mundy in ‘ Dancing at Lughnasa ’for The Dukes Lancaster, Ingrid, in Moira Buffini’s ‘ Blavatsky’s Tower ’, The Tobacco Factory, Bristol, Flora in ‘ A Slight Ache ’, ‘Sarah’ in ‘The Lover’, European Arts Company,‘Julia Margaret Cameron’ the 19th century photographer for Radio 4, ‘Mary Anning’ the fossil hunter from Lyme Regis, ‘A Galway Girl’ and ‘Melody’ for Medway Fuse Festival and even ‘Silvery Sally’ a female wizard for Play On Words’ Channel Islands T.I.E. tour!
She has co-written and performed in the critically acclaimed childrens show ‘ The Mouse who saved Christmas ’and ‘ The Christmas Adventures of Snowy the Fox ’ at Brook Theatre, Chatham. recently seen in her own show ‘ Prostitutes Marry in May ’(the relationship between Qn. Eliz 1 & Mary Qn of Scots) at Waterloo East Theatre, London, where she received a nomination in the ‘off West-End’ theatre awards for best female performance. She has most recently performed in ‘ The Two Worlds of Charlie F ’ at The Haymarket Theatre in London’s West End.
Miriam lives in Rochester, Kent.