Norah's nomination is for her critically-lauded performance of Ophelia in last year's production of Hamlet at the Young Vic. She starred opposite Cush Jumbo who played Hamlet, in the gender-blind production from Greg Hersov.
The show was universally praised by critics with Norah's stand-out performance highlighted by many. The Guardian called her "magnificent" and WhatsOnStage declared her as "one of the best Ophelias I have ever seen". The New York Times described Norah's performance as 'clear and confident' with 'attitude' and 'quite extraordinary'.
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Norah Lopez-Holden is a British-Spanish actress with a native soft Manchester accent. She is also bilingual Spanish and speaks with a neutral Spanish accent. She is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click her image for her profile page and voiceover showreel.