Charlotte is an Actor and Playwright. Charlotte trained at RADA for a year before studying English Drama and Education at Cambridge University where she performed with the Footlights and CUADC. She will be seen later this year as Lady Anne Acland in the final series of ‘Downton Abbey’, and as Reba in ‘Dry Land’ at the Jermyn Street Theatre directed by Hannah Haeur-King.
Other recent credits include: ‘As You Like It’ (Oxford Shakespeare Company); ‘Yarico’ (world premiere, originating the role of Lady Worthy); ‘If I don’t come home: letters from D-Day’ (ITV).
FOR THOSE WHO CRY WHEN THEY HEAR THE FOXES SCREAM earned her a 2016 Offie Nomination for Most Promising New Playwright:
"An exceptional piece of new writing... will leave you literally winded." Grumpy Gay Critic *****
"...dialogue littered with caustic wit." Female Arts *****
"Theatre that defies mainstream conventions." London Theatre1 ****
"Hamblin's FOR THOSE WHO CRY has its voice, its own timbre" Exeunt Magazine
“... the first play of Charlotte Hamblin and this is a rather very exciting debut! The play is all you want a new piece to be: original, creative, witty and honest. And Hamblin’s writing is indeed incredibly moving, but also brutal and sharp" Plays to See ****
"A lively, funny and gloriously refreshing piece of new writing; a joy to witness from start to finish...Hamblin's dark humour is irresistible" Everything Theatre *****
Charlotte is currently working on a new play and developing a TV sitcom, co-written with Tori Allen-Martin. For her acting work, she is represented by Julian Belfrage Associates and Sean Gascoine at United Agents for Literary.
Lady Anne Acland - Downton Abbey, ITV, Michael Engler
Oct 2015 - Present
Writer/ Performer - For those who cry when they hear the foxes scream (Workshop), Antic Face, Charlie Parham
Aug 2015 - Present
Elisabeth Bannerman - If I Don't Come Home Letter's from D-Day, ITV, Marion Milne
Jul 2014 - Present
Lady Worthy - Yarico, Crow and Elk Productions, Emily Gray
Jan 2015 - Apr 2015
Celia - As You Like It, Oxford Shakespeare Company, Michael Oakley
Jun 2014 - Sep 2014
Education, English with Drama - 2:1, BA Hons - Cambridge University
Sep 2010 - Jun 2013
1 Year - Foundation Diploma - Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
Sep 2009 - Jun 2010
- Academic Writing
Artistic Director of 'Daughters Of Eve': The Midlands' first and only feminist theatre company.