Fiona Johnston

Fiona Johnston has trained at Rose Bruford College, on the Acting Part-time Course, graduating in 2014.
During her training, she performed as Hedda in Ibsen’s ‘Hedda Gabler’, Mariane from Moliere’s ‘Tartuffe’, and as various characters from The Civilians musical ‘Gone Missing’.
Since graduating, she has worked in a variety of student films, features and short films, and has even made a brief TV appearance on Sky One’s ‘Ducks Quacks Don’t Echo’.
A highlight for Fiona has been working at the London Dungeons for 3 years, playing 15 different characters based on the gruesome history of London. Her favourite characters to play were the plague doctor, Mrs Lovett and King Henry’s Jester.
In Summer 2016, Fiona appeared in her first Shakespearean play, as Ursula in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. The show was a fantastic experience for her, and she is eager to perform in more Shakespeare.
Most recently, Fiona has been working at Madame Tussauds, in the Sherlock Holmes Experience, playing a variety of characters including Mrs Hudson. She has loved every moment of it, as she is a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes – both literary and on television.
Fiona also has a Foundation Level in Stage Combat and Fighting, and is a soprano singer.
She is incredibly excited to start working with Blow-Up Management, and is eager to see what the future has to hold.

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