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Evelyn Hoskins

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Evelyn Hoskins
Born
Evelyn Hoskins

(1988-05-13) 13 May 1988 (age 32)
Yeovil, England
OccupationActress
WebsiteEvelyn Hoskins - CAM

Evelyn Hoskins (born 13 May 1988 in Yeovil, Somerset) is an English actress best known for her role as Shona Wark in the British BBC1 hospital drama series Casualty.[1][2]

Evelyn's other television appearances include an appearance in Holby City, also as Shona Wark, and a part in the E4 comedy drama Misfits in which she appears as Lucy, a shape-shifter.[3]

Evelyn attended Arts University Bournemouth where she graduated with a BA (Hons).[4]

Evelyn's stage debut came playing the part of Thea in Spring Awakening at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre on 23 January 2009. Evelyn's other stage appearances include the role of Martha in The Secret Garden at Birmingham Rep and Piper in The Light Princess at The National Theatre Studio.[5][6]

Evelyn played the role of "Nicky" in the 2014 touring production of This Is My Family.

Hoskins has previously played Carrie White in the Southwark Playhouse's production of Carrie.

Hoskins also played Cecile Caldwell in Cruel Intentions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019.

Hoskins was engaged to Gavin and Stacey actor, Mathew Horne until 2018.

Hoskins' most recent work in theatre was in Waitress. She played the role of Dawn at the Adelphi Theatre from January 27, 2020 until March 14, 2020.[7] Her run in the show was cut short as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced Waitress to close on March 14, 2020.[8]

Stage Work

Title Role Director Production
Waitress Dawn Diane Paulus Adelphi Theatre (West End)
Assassins Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme Bill Buckhurst Nottingham Playhouse / Watermill Theatre
Cruel Intentions Cecile Caldwell Jonathan O'Boyle Bill Kenwright Ltd
Mayfly Loops Guy Jones Orange Tree Theatre
Bonnie & Clyde Bonnie Will Blum The Other Place
Mrs Henderson Presents Maureen Terry Johnson Royal Alexandra Theatre
Peter and the Starcatcher Molly Aster Luke Sheppard Northampton Theatre Royal
A Hero's Welcome Baba Alan Ayckbourn Stephen Joseph Theatre
Carrie Carrie Gary Lloyd UK Tour / 59E59 Theater NYC
Alice's House Of Cards Alice Katie Henry Royal Festival Hall
The Boy Who Fell Into A Book (Musical) Kevin Alan Ayckbourn Stephen Joseph Theatre
This Is My Family Nicky Daniel Evans Sheffield Crucible / UK Tour
The Iguanadon Queen Sophie Sophie Lifschutz The Bush Theatre
Peter Pan Wendy Ben Harrison / JV Mercanti US National Tour - ThreeSixty Entertainment
The Secret Garden Martha Ian Brown Birmingham Rep
Spring Awakening Thea Michael Mayer Lyric, Hammersmith / Novello (West End)

Television appearances

Year Show Character Info
2009–2010 Casualty Shona Wark 13 episodes
2010 Holby City "Downstairs Upstairs" - (16 February 2010)
Misfits Lucy Series 2, episode 1 (11 November 2010)
2014 Kerry Hayley TV movie - Pilot for BBC's "This Country"
Doctors Kim Anderson Charlie's Angel (22 September 2014)
2015 The Sound of Music Live Liesl Von Trapp TV Movie (20 December 2015)
2018 Doctors Jo Blossom Go Round & Round & Round (30 April 2018)
2019 A Confession Halliwell's Daughter Series 1 Episodes 3 & 4 (16 & 23 September 2019)

References

  1. ^ Evelyn Hoskins, IMDB "source 1"[unreliable source?]
  2. ^ BBC Episode guide "source 6"
  3. ^ Evelyn Hoskins, Spotlight "source 2"
  4. ^ Arts University College Bournemouth "source 4"
  5. ^ BBC News "source 3"
  6. ^ Spring Awakening "source 5"
  7. ^ WhatsOnStage "source 6"
  8. ^ BroadwayWorld "[1]"
This page was last edited on 19 October 2020, at 08:42
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