Debbie Korley is an actor and presenter. She holds the PG Award for the Teaching of Shakespeare.
Her theatre credits include:
- American Trade and Little Eagles, (RSC/Hampstead Theatre)
- Morte d'Arthur and The Grain Store (RSC)
- Romeo and Juliet, YPS Hamlet and As You Like It (RSC/Roundhouse/Lincoln Center Festival NY)
- The Comedy of Errors (Told by an Idiot/RSC)
- Coram Boy (National Theatre)
- A Matter of Life and Death (Kneehigh/National Theatre)
- Feathers in the Snow (National Theatre Studio)
- Cinderella (Theatre Royal Stratford East)
- Whistle Down the Wind (West End/Tour)
- Sick! (Almeida)
- Ten Suitcases (Drill Hall)
- Aida (Royal Albert Hall)
- Carmen Jones (Old Vic)
- The Vagina Monologues (Mercury Theatre, Colchester)
- Saturday Night (White Bear)
Her television credits include:
- Doctors (BBC)
- Casualty (BBC)
- Holy Smoke (BBC)
- Green Balloon Club (BBC)
- Presenting CBeebies
- Night and Day (Granada)
- Night Fever (FIVE)
What's your favourite Shakespeare play?
Who's your favourite Shakespeare character?
Despite her being a very dark character, she has many layers. She's intelligent, menacing and strong - all the ingredients you need for a Shakespeare villain.
Photo above by Suzanne Worthington shows Debbie (left) working with RSC Voice and Text expert Cis Berry © RSC