Kirsten Clark

Kirsten Clark
NOT THE WORST PLACE

Actor

Kirsten left her home town of Porthcawl in South Wales in 1989 to attend Lamda’s three year acting course.  Her stage debut was Lydia Languish in THE RIVALS and Diana in ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL both at Theatr Clwyd.  

She has been in many touring productions; both small scale (a few actors and a van) to a National Number One Tour with the Haymarket, Basingstoke. Further afield she has appeared at Vienna’s English Theatre as Nancy in GASLIGHT and Louise in MY COUSIN RACHEL.  She has played Dora in DAVID COPPERFIELD with Wolsey Theatre/Eastern Angles, Constance Neville in SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER with Magnificent Theatre Company, Sybil in PRIVATE LIVES at the New Vic, Stoke, Cecily Cardew in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at Harrogate, Claire Claremont in BLOODY POETRY at BAC, London.


Most recently Kirsten was in the revival of Peter Gill’s OVER GARDENS OUT at Riverside Studios, London.
She has had a varied career appearing in many TV commercials, Voice-over’s and TV, most notably Donna, pulling pints at the Cosmo Club, in BBC Wales’s SATELLITE CITY.


Kirsten is also a qualified Aromatherapist and lives in London with her husband and two children.