Jennifer Dawn-Williams

Jennifer's first professional role was Elizabeth Brontë as a child in Northern Ballet Theatre's production of 'The Brontës'. It wasn't until she got her first part in a feature film - playing the medieval fairy maiden Aurora in the 2011 film 'Sir Lanval', that she decided to pursue a career in acting. 

Jennifer trained at the ITV Television Workshop and with some of Europe's most esteemed Meisner Technique teachers for two years. 

Credits include; Indie feature 'The Ballad of Mary Whyddon', short film 'The First Noel', which screened at Cannes Film Festival, 'Much Ado About Nothing' at the RSC Stratford-upon-Avon, Helena in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' in Hyde Park, London and Mary in the radio play 'Departures'. 

Jennifer is a talented musician, with a degree in Creative Music Technology, and has sung (tenor-to soprano) and played piano from a young age. She has performed in a variety of styles from a rock-&-roll band (airplay on BBC Radio 1, 2 and 6music) to an experimental string quartet, to backing vocals for a Neo-Soul act, to a classical choir that toured Germany. 

Jennifer is currently co-writing a sitcom, which has received attention from the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BigTalk, Hat Trick, Lucky Giant, Retort, and Ricky Gervais' Producer.