Annabel Leventon

Actress, Singer, Director, Writer.

Oxford graduate, trained at LAMDA and Café La Mama, New York.

Nominated Actress of the Year for her lead role in the original London cast of Hair!
Theatre includes:

(Oxford Playhouse) Vera Alexandrovna in A Month In The Country, Desdemona in Othello, Shen Te/Shui Ta in The Good Woman of Sechzuan, Viola in Twelfth Night; seasons at The Traverse, Bristol Old Vic, Salisbury; Victoria Wood’s Good Fun (Sheffield).

West End Theatre includes:

Sheila in Hair! (London and Paris), Celia in The Philanthropist, Belle in Rocket To The Moon, Daisy in Spokesong, Milady in The Dresser (for Sir Peter Hall), Gertrude Lawrence in Coward’s Noel and Gertie, Liliane in Shadows of the Evening, Lily in Red Peppers, Dear World (for Gillian Lynne), Something Unspoken, Muriel Belcher et al in Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell with Peter O’Toole, I Am Shakespeare (Old Vic, 2022). Honk! The Ugly Duckling and Pillars of the Community (National); Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, Prioress in Comedy of Errors (RSC)

Television includes:

  • The White Rabbit
  • Crown Court
  • Hugh and I Spy
  • Strike It Rich (series),
  • Janna in Penmarric (series)
  • Minder
  • Bergerac
  • Dixon of Dock Green
  • The New Avengers
  • Second City Firsts
  • Anglia Play of the Month
  • On Giants’ Shoulders
  • London Bridge (series)
  • Vera, Chivalry (2022).

Films include:

Mussolini with George C Scott and Robert Downey Jr, Defence of the Realm, Le Mur de l’Atlantique (Marcel Camus) M Butterfly (David Cronenburg), Shock Treatment, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Oscar-winning short Work Experience (Ian Hendrie), Wimbledon, The Nest, This Camera Is Broken, Peter O’Toole Documentary (Jim Sheridan) – awaiting release 2023.

Directing includes:

Morecambe (Edinburgh and Hampstead), Elvis (West End) Good Fun (Kings Head, 2022)


Annabel is a regular performer at Brasserie Zedel’s Crazy Coqs and Pizza Express’s
The Pheasantry.

Creator and co-founder of three-girl rock group Rock Bottom, on which the Bafta winning TV
series Rock Follies and Mamma Mia are based. Her memoir The Real Rock Follies was short-
listed for the Myslexia Memoir Prize, and Book of the Week (The Bookseller) and awaiting
the stage version in 2023.

Annabel is also a Trustee for the Shakespeare Authorship Trust and performs Shakespeare
annually for them and the De Vere Society with Mark Rylance and Derek Jacobi, and
developing a Masterclass Series on Shakespeare’s Women for the DVS.
Representation: Thomas Bowington Management; Damn Good Voices (Audio)

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