Liza Ross CV

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Film: includes The Current War, 55 Steps, Florence Foster Jenkins, Leap Year, Return to the Secret Garden, Batman, and Tomorrow Never Dies.

Television: includes Emmerdale Farm, At Home With the Braithwaites, Happy Birthday Shakespeare, After the War, Poor Little Rich Girl, and The Man in the Brooks Brothers Suit.

Stage: Many stage appearances include repertory repertory work in York, Ipswich, Manchester, Cheltenham, Bournemouth, Worcester and Colchester, as well as tours with Prospect Productions of Cambridge and the National Theatre. London appearances include Wings at the National Theatre, Jump at the Queens Theatre, Nobody Loves Wednesday at the Arts Theatre, and a video appearance in When Harry Met Sally at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Radio: Many leading roles in radio dramas including Atomic Tales (series), The Stone Diaries (serial), Little Women (serial), The Valley of the Dolls, Kinsey, True West, Ah Wilderness, The Grapes of Wrath, Once in a Lifetime, The Gemini Apes, and Diary of a Slavegirl. Books recorded for 'A Book at Bedtime', 'Book of the Week' and Woman's Hour' include The Wife, Curious Pursuits, The River King, Back When We Were Grownups, and The Burying of Joe Bloggs: Theodora.

Audiobooks: A prolific and award-winning reader of audiobooks including The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Uncle Tom's Cabin, The Awakening (by Kate Chopin), A Wedding in December (by Anita Shreve), Anne of Green Gables; many books by Elizabeth Adler, Nora Roberts and Alice Munro; and the entire Sue Grafton series of detective novels.

  • Winner 1998 Talkies (UK) Award for Gone With the Wind (ISIS)
  • Co-winner 2003 Audie (USA) Award for Classic Women's Short Stories (Naxos)
  • Winner 2009 Audiofile (USA) Earphones Award for The Marvelous Land of Oz (Naxos)
  • Animation: includes the voices of Miss Brown (and others) in the games So Blonde and So Blonde 2; Big Mother Trucker and Melanie Bell in Playstation 2 BAFTA finalist game Big Mother Trucker; voice of Senator McCarthy in game X3 Reunion; voice of Earthlink in Destination Space TV series; all characters in Wil Cwac Cwac (Siriol Animation Cardiff - American version); Auntie and narrator in Bob and Bobette (Atelier Animation Antwerp - American version); Queen Rat and Auntie in Lapitch (American version)

    Commercials: Online commercial Boomerang for the American Heart Foundation and online commercial for Remicade.

    Voice-overs: Extensive work for TV commercials, radio commercials, commentaries, ELT recordings, dubbing and post-sync work for films.