Ruth Connell

1979

Born in Scotland, Ruth Connell grew up on her Dad's farm outside Bonnybridge. She played the young lead role of 'Clara' in 'The Nutcracker' for Scottish Ballet and danced with them in several other productions. After working with dance companies including 'Jazz Art UK' and 'The Curve Foundation' she trained as an actor gaining a BA (Hons) at Rose Bruford College in London and was 'Critics Choice' for her graduation showcase. Her film debut was in the short 'Soldiers Leap' with Billy Boyd, Rupert Graves directed by Robert Cavanah. No 1 tours in the UK as well as lead roles in British theatre followed; Faust, The Merchant of Venice, No Mean City, Men Should Weep, The Caucasian Chalk Circle. After filming 'Above Their Station' for ITV with Denis Lawson, Ruth began working in LA on such features as the award winning indie film "Folklore" as well as performing on stage with The Blank Theatre in their award winning; "Peter Pan; The Boy Who Hated Mothers". She was nominated as "Best Leading A

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