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harriett hare. actress.

I am an Actress and Voice Over Artist specialising in gaming and animation. I have recently worked with Etihad Airlines and have voiced multiple characters in Ragequeen: Divinity Origional Sin which was released in September. I am currently working on several animation and gaming projects which will be released in the new year.

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Twelfth Night 2016

"Harriett Hare excels as Viola, (she) focuses on the gentleness and wit of the vulnerable young woman disguised as a boy." - Laura Kressly My Theatre Mates

"Hare’s Viola is intense and exciting to watch. It’s truly wonderful to see one of of Shakespeare’s best leading ladies brought to life so expertly." - Jessica Grey Theatre tourist

"Without a doubt, the stand-out of the cast comes from the leading lady Viola, played by Harriett Hare. She brings life to the script and presents the part in a way I’ve never seen it done before. Everything about her brings up the whole production and you are unable to take your eyes off her extraordinary craft." - Rebecca Gwyther A Younger Yheatre

All Creatures Great and Small UK tour 2014

"Harriett Hare, who graduated from stage school just last year, also shows her versatility, not only playing the schoolgirl sister of Herriott’s future wife, but also a very young child and a good time girl." - Clare Brotherwood

"The hugely impressive Harriett Hare is the very definition of quickfire, slipping from one character to another with indecent haste." - Martin Grey

"Harriett Hare in various roles does a brilliant job at worse-for-wear dancing in a pub scene." - Siobhan Newman

Look Back in Anger 2014

"Harriett Hare makes a convincing and beautiful Alison" - Henley Standard Lesley Potter

"But, even without catching every exchange head-on, the gradual break-down of Jimmy and Alison's relationship is so intense it really hits the audience when an utterly defeated Alison sobs at the end. A stand-out scene which marks Harriett Hare as one to watch." - Reading Rep's Look Back in Anger by Caroline Cook

"Harriett Hare’s stoney-subservient silences are passionately announced. Her big eyes scold her husband and demand empathy." - Look Back in Anger @ Reading Rep July 26, 2013 · by ireviewtheatre

Bassett 2013

"Harriett Hare gives us a lovely account of Kelly the girl who maybe once went out with Charlie and is now sad in ways she doesn’t fully understand herself along with the nicely observed joshing as the beginning" - Sardine's Reviews Bassett by Susan Elkin

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts Showcase 2013

"It was good to hear Harriett Hare finding all the right determination and certainty for Cathy describing her love for Heathcliff in an extract from Wuthering Heights." - Susan Elkin

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I am thrilled to have recently voiced a series of videos for Games Workshop.


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Harriett Hare excels as Viola, (she) focuses on the gentleness and wit of the vulnerable young woman disguised as a boy.

Laura Kressly, My Theatre Mates

Hare's Viola is intense and exciting to watch. It's truly wonderful to see one of of Shakespeare's best leading ladies brought to life so expertly.

Jessica Grey, Theatre tourist

Without a doubt, the stand-out of the cast comes from the leading lady Viola, played by Harriett Hare. She brings life to the script and presents the part in a way I've never seen it done before. Everything about her brings up the whole production and you are unable to take your eyes off her extraordinary craft.

Rebecca Gwyther, A Younger Yheatre
 

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