Charlotte Enola Priestley – verbal actor
Charlotte Enola Priestley is an actor born and raised in London. Her last role was cross-dressing as Sir Harry Wildair in Farquhar’s Restoration comedy THE CONSTANT COUPLE at The Gulbenkian. Previous roles include Beatrice in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Isabella/Hortensia in Webster’s THE WHITE DEVIL, Alice in Churchill’s VINEGAR TOM at The Bread & Roses & CL Collective’s T.I.E tour of devised piece A BOY ON BEACH at The Courtyard Theatre.
“I’m really looking forward to working with The Unspoken Project’s team. Their endeavours to challenge societal preconceptions and inclusivity in the arts is something very close to my heart and motivation as an actor, so I’m really excited to be a part of The Voice Monologues cast!”
Camilla Walters – verbal actor
Camilla Walters trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Since graduating she has been involved in a number of projects, from co-producing and performing in UNBROKEN: A Mini-Mental Health Awareness Festival at Theatre503 to appearing in several operas at The Royal Opera House (mostly recently a revival of Richard Jones' Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk), to her continual work with writer and director Simon David on his one woman show Sentenced to Silence which previewed end of last year.
Her interest in and attraction to the Unspoken/Voice Monologues was sparked initially from the work she had done on Cara, the lead character in Sentenced to Silence, who makes the conscious choice to stop speaking - it was in this exploration that Camilla became fascinated by the world of non-verbal people. Since auditioning and meeting the Unspoken/Voice Monologues team this fascination has not only deepened but also opened her eyes in wonderful ways she never even expected. She is deeply privileged to be working on this project and cannot wait to get started!
Mike Topolski - verbal actor
Mike is an actor and stand-up comedian, currently running Polish Comedy Night ‘Polski Klub Comedy’ around the UK. His theatre credits include: Konstantin Gavrilovich ‘The Seagull’ at Theatro Technis, and DuBois - ‘The Misanthrope’ Molière at The Heart Place. He appeared in Bridget Jones Baby as a Polish builder and appeared on TV’s Bear Grylls ‘The Breaking Point’.