Jacqueline Berces

Born in France, from an American father and French mother, Jacqueline started performing at an early age as a ballet dancer and mandolin player, and then headed for an acting and singing career in Paris. She completed her Master’s in Performing Arts at the University of Paris-Sorbonne Nouvelle while training as an actress at the Studio Alain de Bock and Acting International (Paris) and went to theGuildhall School of Music & Drama in London. As well as being an actress, Jacqueline is also a soprano. She sang three years in a row at the American Cathedral in Paris as a soloist for tributes concerts (Alan Jay Lerner, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hammerstein). She has performed in a wide variety of plays and musicals in Paris, while shooting in short movies with talented directors (Christophe Averlan, Gonzague Legout), having been seen on French Television (TF1) and making her “movie debut” in Christian Lara’s movie “The Legend”. After going on tour with “Zorro”, a musical that ran at Le Théâtre des Variétés in Paris for three seasons, she decided to move to London. She is now thrilled to be part of the project “The Doctor in Spite of Himself” in which she gets to perform in both her native languages.