Helen Vine is a UK-based actress working on stage, screen, and as a voice-over artist.
Born and raised in Brighton, Helen performed as a child at the Brighton Dome with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Leeds Castle with Karl Jenkins, and toured to Prague and Brugge with the Brighton Festival Youth Choir (dir. Juliet Pochin).
Helen studied English and Drama at the University of East Anglia before moving to London to study under Judy Browne, Maggie Bain and Roisin Rae at the London School of Dramatic Art, Polly Bennett and Michael Corbridge at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Scott Graham at Frantic Assembly and Tim Kent at Pinewood Studios.
Amongst other credits she has appeared on stage as The Princess of France in “Love’s Labour’s Lost” (award nominated performance), multi-roled in Interplay Theatre‘s national debut tour of Greg Cullen’s “Tarzanne”, at the Leicester Square Theatre as Maisie in (Pro) directed by Rebecca Hanbury, and as Sherlock Holmes in an all-female adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles with The Seagull Rep.
Helen has appeared on-screen in national and international TV commercials, Netflix’s “The Crown” and provides featured voice-over talent for Roar Uthaug’s MGM/Warner Bros Blockbuster Movie “Tomb Raider” (2018). Helen has just filmed a documentary for the BBC with John O’Kane .
Helen has just completed audiobook versions of the novels “Paper Aeroplanes” and “Goose” after having been personally cast by Dawn O’Porter. She will feature as ‘Aria’ in Eridanus at the Vaults Theatre Festival 2019. Helen is currently recording the lead role of Grace in Megan DeVos‘ “Anarchy” Book Series for Orion Publishing, which has had thirty million readers world wide and has been described by MTV as “The Hunger Games meets The Road”. She also records audio books for WF Howes Publishing, Penguin, Usborne and HarperCollins.
Helen has been working with Maureen Beattie and Equity as a spokeswoman for the #TimesUp movement and has been interviewed by The Stage, appeared on ITV news and on a Victoria Derbyshire Show panel with Rebecca O’Brien and Amanda Nevill of the BFI discussing their set of guidelines for making the industry a safe place to work.
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