Alice Felgate

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Alice Felgate
Born (1993-10-16) 16 October 1993 (age 26)
Years active2010–present

Alice Felgate is an English-American actress and writer. She is best known for her role as a main character “Amber Dean” in the BBC teenage comedy Some Girls (TV series).

Acting Career[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Alice was born in the Uk but spent much of her childhood in the United States.[1] Felgate started her acting career on stage as “Porter“ in “Macbeth” and in “Why don’t you dance” with the Bending Angels at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010.[2]

Alice Felgate first appeared on screen as “Bailey” in the 2011 Hallmark TV movie The Cabin [3] and then in the 2012 film “Side by Side”. [2] From 2012 to 2014, Alice played her first regular role in a television series as “Amber Dean” for three seasons of the BBC teenage comedy Some Girls (TV series).[4] Felgate progressed her TV career in 2015, playing “Ellie Mason” for 11 episodes of the television series "You, Me & Them".[2]

In 2016 she wrote and co-produced and played the part as “Lo” in the short film Little Hard about mental health.[5] She starred as “Mandy” in the short film Bossman in the same year.

Alice Felgate returned to the stage in 2015, as “Lila” in “Plaques & Tangles”, at the Royal Court Theatre in London.[6] Then again in 2017 in “The Knowledge” at London’s “West End” as “Janet”, at the Charing Cross Theatre.[7] [8]

Filmography[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Title Role
2016 Little hard (Short) Lo
2016 Bossman (Short) Mandy
2012 Side by Side (Film) [2] Giselle Dear
2010 The Cabin (Film) [3] Bailey

TV[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Title Role
2015 You, Me & Them (TV Series)” [9] Ellie Mason (11 episodes)
2012-2014 Some Girls (TV series)[4] Amber Dean (18 episodes)

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