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An Interview with Katie Richmond-Ward, Actress

by Mike Haberfelner

November 2013

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First of all, why don't you introduce yourself to those of us who don't already know you?

 

I am a Nottingham-based actress who trained at NCN in Notts. I love theatre, TV and film and have numerous credits including BBC's WPC56 and Truckers.

 

What got you into acting in the first place, and what can you tell us about your training as an actress?

 

I have performed since a very young age, having a strong passion for musicals. I performed in London at the Royal Albert Hall in Beyond the Barricade and at a workshop based performance of Les Miserables. I have worked with many talented filmmakers and directors over the years and my performing arts degree was completed this year in Nottingham.

 

Can you still remember your first time in front of a movie/TV camera, and what was that experience like?

 

My first experience in front of a camera was during my FDA for a media project! I loved it and so much so it prompted me to pursue more work in front of the camera rather than on stage. I love the whole process of filmmaking and the team you get to work with.

 

Besides movies, you've also done quite a bit of stagework. So what can you tell us about Katie Richmond-Ward, the stage actress? And how does performing on stage compare to acting in front of a camera - and which do you prefer, actually?

 

Stage performance is so different people don't realise. The thrill of live performance and the momentum of a theatrical piece is very surreal and once you are on stage you loose yourself for that hour and a half. In film you immerse yourself in a character but you break that between takes. It also takes a lot of skill to reduce facial expression from stage level to camera! It's a skill I'm still working on! 

 

Let's talk about some of your current projects a bit: 2.8 Hours Later - what can you tell us about that project, the concept behind it, and your character in it?

 

I play a vigilante army officer who is living in an infected and corrupt city. She smuggles people out of the city and tries to save them from the infected hordes that roam the waste lands. This is a live action zombie role play game with immensely talented actors and make up artists, directors and writers. I have performed in cities all over the uk this year including Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham! I love zombies!

 

Your upcoming short The Delivery?

 

This is a dark, intense horror based around the life of Maddy, who after surviving a car crash is trying to piece her life together. A strange box is delivered to the house with an ominous threat inside and it seems Maddy is not out of the dark yet. Co-written with the super talented Lindsay Foster, we are filming this November and the film will be an entrant into the Raindance Film Festival and Virgin Media Shorts.

 

Any other future projects you'd like to share?

 

I am auditioning for a Jane Austen-style theatre production in November which is very exciting. I really love period dramas and costumed theatre and this will be a great opportunity to be involved with local writers and directors. 

 

Do talk about some of your past stage and screen projects for a bit, and how do you feel you grew as an actress?

 

I am always looking for ways to hone my craft and skills as you never reach a point in acting when you know it all. Every project I choose to audition for is chosen carefully and I try to develop my professional growth by working in different genres and styles. Working on unpaid projects is sometimes frowned upon, however I have made some of the best contacts, colleagues and friends from such projects. These projects enabled me to learn screen craft and process of making a film and these are skills that are worth their weight in gold. 

 

How would you describe yourself as an actress, and what do you usually draw upon to bring your characters to life?

 

I have had a lot of life experience and I feel these experiences allow me to being realism and truth to a character. I draw upon these experiences when working through a character and I would describe myself as a professional, dedicated and interchangeable actor. I will always commit everything to a project and seeing myself on screen is the greatest reward.

 

Actresses (or indeed actors) who inspire you?

 

I have massive respect and admiration for actors such as Kate Beckinsale, Christian Bale and the old greats such as Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland. The old movie industry is a legacy for actors of today and the greats like Judy Garland are inspirational.

 

Your favourite movies?

 

Where to start! I am a massive fan if 80s films! Back to the Future, Labyrinth, Legend, Breakfast Club to present day fantasy films The Hunger Games, Mortal Instruments and Beautiful Creatures. I have too many to mention but my watch-over-and-over film is Twister!

 

... and of course, films you really deplored?

 

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Your website, Facebook, whatever else?

 

My website is www.katiewardactor.co.uk

Twitter: @kateward27 

 

Anything else you are dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?

 

My band! I sing in a country and western band called All Down But 9 and we have a song out on iTunes called "Footprints" - check it out!

 

Thanks for the interview!

 

Thanks so much for talking to me! 

 

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