Kerry Norton-Griffith


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Kerry has worked across the board in theatre, film and television.
A singer, dancer, and actress, Kerry is an ex-member of the British National Team for Rhythmic Gymnastics, Kerry went on to train at the London Contemporary School of Dance followed by The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York.
Film and television credits include: ‘Toy” (for which Kerry won the San Diego festival award
for Best Actress), ‘Filly Brown’, ‘A Journey to a Journey’, ‘Masters of Horror’, ‘Berlin
Station’, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ as the character Layne Ishay, ‘Murphy’s Law’, ‘Eastenders’
and as Maxi Purvis in the award winning, hit ITV series ‘Bad Girls’.

Theatre credits include: ‘Animal Crackers’ at the Lyric Theatre West End, ‘A Funny Thing

Happened On The Way To The Forum’ at York Theatre Royal, ‘Seven Deadly Sins, Seven
Deadly Sinners’ regional tour, ‘Legend Kafka’ in Hamburg and Copenhagen, and Kerry
 took part in the English version of ‘Det Kolde Bord’ at HIT Copenhagen.

Kerry played the titular role in Why Not Theatre’s Company criticaly acclaimed production ‘Mairead’.