Jean St Clair

Theatre includes Let Me Play the Lion Too (Told By An Idiot/Barbican); Lyapkin-Tyapkin in The Government Inspector and Gail in Hearing (Birmingham Rep); Nancy in Frozen (fingersmiths Ltd/Birmingham Rep and tour); Annie in Mine (Deafinitely Theatre); River in Ponderful People and She in Counting the Ways (Face Front Inclusive Theatre); In Praise of Fallen Women, Ugly Sister in Cinder's Sisters and The Snow Queen (The Drill Hall); The Wife/Mrs Hardwicke-Moore in Sgnarelle/Lady of the Larkspur Lotion, Don Quixote and Estragon in Waiting for Godot (Australian Theatre of the Deaf); Sarah Norman in Children of a Lesser God (Sadler's Wells, No 1 national tour, Ireland, South Africa and Albery Theatre); Thetis in The Iliad: Play by Play (National Theatre of the Deaf USA); Medieval Tales, Maggie in Streets of London and Mermaid in The Fisherman and His Soul (Interim Theatre); Wife (Rashomon) in Insight, Tamarisk in Hassan, Images and Noah's Ark at Westminster Cathedral (British Theatre of the Deaf).

Television includes Deaf Funny, Dot, Don't Leave Me This Way, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Iron Man, Hands Up, Poetry in Motion, Words and Pictures, Sign On, Acting is Life Itself, Under the Lamps, Cartoon Connection, The Midday Show, Simon Townsend's Wonderful World, Insight, Crown Court, The Silken Tent, I See What You Mean, Second House.

Films include Signs of an Affair (which she also wrote) and If I Don't Lose I'll Lose (wrote and directed); 9/11, Still Here, Five Needles, Grandad's Dead, Hands Solo, Who's Wrong?.

Extensive credits as BSL Consultant for fingersmiths Ltd, Unicorn Theatre, Taking Flight, Forest Forge, National Theatre of Wales, Graeae Theatre; television (Summer of Rockets, Deaf Funny, Small World, Magic Hands, Doctor Who, Soundproof) and film (Reverberations, Four Deaf Yorkshiremen Go to Blackpool).