Fanny Dulin is originally from Bordeaux. She studied musical theatre before joining the Bridge Theatre Training Company in London, where she graduated in 2006.
After leaving drama school, she was Christine in Miss Julie, Pilate in The Mystery Plays, Bella in Operation New Life and Hippolyta in A Midsummer night’s dreams. She also did a couple of Tour in Education tour for Onatti Productions. She regularly works on films from shorts to big productions (she appeared alongside Johnny Deep in Sweeney Todd by Tim Burton).
In 2006, she co-founded Exchange Theatre for which she performs and produced: Marthe in The Exchange (Paul Claudel), Bubble in Bal Trap (Durringer), Adelaide in a House Bath, Yvonne in a Madame’s Late Mother (Feydeau) and Clytemnestra in the Flies (Sartre). She also performed the Parisian comedy Post It for a couple of month at the Café Theatre des Chartrons in Bordeaux.
“It’s a French actress who created the part of Marthe, with a very good english. Serene, without pretentions, she did not have any difficulties to play her role of a solid landmark.” Michael Donley on the Exchange
She regularly works at the French Institute where she created their monthly French tales. Being resident there for a couple of year, she performed many various parts during the “Au theatre this Sunday” season: from a little girl in Nuts to a tour guide in Sleeping Beauty.
She teaches drama to kids as young as three year olds. Expert in bilingualism and multilingualism, her 10 year experience in teaching makes her classes unique and a real springboard for children. She also is a regular story teller, with mix of drama, vocabulary, dancing, music and ukulele.
« Fanny a une excellente interaction avec les enfants. Elle sait les dynamiser en fonction de leur comportement, adapter les activités suivant leur réponse et stimuler leur imaginations.» Marina, maman de Nicolas, 5 ans
She is also a voice over artist. She took part in many voice advert. She currently dubs the Les Mills sports video for the Voice Archive in Harrow.
In 2013 and 2014, she was Yolande in A Family Affair, performing in both English and French.
“It all falls down to Fanny Dulin’s hilarious portrayal “
Recently, she played the nourrice in Anouilh’s Antigone, Ismene in Et Toi Ismene, directed by Nathalie Adam for Chemistry Theatre, Jacqueline in The Doctor In Spite of Himself. Her latest challenge was to perform Laurent Gaudet’s Médée Kali at the Voila Festival, which is a powerful seul en scene and her proudest performance to date.
In 2017, she was delighted to perform both Eliante and Arsinoé in Misanthrope among a wonderful and heart loving cast.
CV and showreel : Spotlight