Project Description

Kelly Long

Kelly is a Northern Irish actress based in Belfast and London. She is 25 years old and works in TV, Film and Theatre.

Kelly’s previous credits include Game of Thrones (Seasons 1 and 3) as Walder Frey’s young wife, Joyeuse; the short film Forever Freedom, written and directed by Jonny Morgan, which played at Waterford Film Festival; 55 Days by Howard Brenton at the Lyric Theatre Belfast; and the innovative, site-specific and commemorative A Night to Remember at the Titanic Museum, Belfast.

Kelly has trained with the Lyric Theatre Belfast’s Drama Studio program and the RSC, while in London she has also undertaken workshops with the National Youth Theatre, Mike Alfreds and the Actors’ Centre, London, as well as working with Actors and Writers London doing Rehearsed Readings at their base in Ravenscourt Park.

Over the years, Kelly has developed a number of specialist skills including horse-riding, stage combat, archery and dance. Kelly also has experience in Spoken Word performance and is interested in writing and devising her own material.

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