Morag Cross

Morag Cross trained at Drama Studio London.

Her theatre credits include The Little Bird who Stayed for Winter with Peut-Etre and the Roundhouse, Grimm Tales at The Bargehouse, Moominland Widwinter at Theatre Royal Bath, Room on the Broom at the Lyric Theatre, The BFG at Derby Theatre, Animal Farm for Tour de Force World Tour, Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre, The Garden of Llangoed and The Comedian at Watermill Theatre, In The Shadow of Trees with Horse+Bamboo Theatre and the Royal Exchange, The Gruffalo’s Child, The Snow Dragon and The Owl & The Pussycat for Tall Stories, Four by 4 at Soho Theatre, Twelfth Night at Chester Gateway, Kes for Theatre de Menilmontant, Silkworm for Theater Ensemble Wurzburg, All’s Well That Ends Well at Battersea Arts Centre, Around The World In 80 Days and The Importance of Being Earnest for Compagnie ACT, Glass In Glass Out at Royal Festival Hall, Hummingbirds at the Young Vic Theatre, and The Seagull at the Cambridge Festival Theatre.

Her television and film credits include Doctors, Suicide Is Easy, Lonely Hearts, The Pains of Youth, The Dance, Amazing People: Living with a Handlebar, Baila Con Migo.

Morag regularly performs and volunteers for the children’s charity Scene and Heard.

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