Theatre includes Sister Moore in The Amen Corner (Bristol Old Vic); Mrs Aphrodite in The Big Life (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Faith, Hope and Charity (Théâtre Odéon Paris/Vienna WienFestwochen); Queen in Septimus Bean and the Amazing Machine (Unicorn Theatre); Mrs Banks in Play Mas (Orange Tree Theatre); Grace Bothvay in The Vote (Donmar Warehouse); Joyce in Birthday (Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at The Royal Court); The Best of the Little Big Woman, The Little Big Woman, The Little Big Woman Show (Dual Impact); Mum/Grandmother in Family Man, Nurse in The Sunshine Boys (B&S Productions).
Television includes Small Axe: Mangrove, The Real McCoy (also as writer), Absolutely Fabulous, Nighty Night, Big Train, Murder Most Horrid, Alex Rider, Game Face, Millie In-Between, Still Open All Hours, Birthday, The Vote, Sir Lenny Henry’s Comedy of Colour, Big School, Giggle Biz, Trigonometry, Delivery Man, PsychoBitches, The Old Shop of Stuff, Hotel Trubble, The Lenny Henry Show, Doctors, Holby, Casualty.
Radio and narration includes Bob the Builder, CBeebies Storytime, Between the Lines, Beauty of Britain. The Little Big Woman Radio Show series 1 – 3, Lenny Henry Up Next, Emerald Green, The Mayor of Balham, JoJo and GranGran.
Films include Paddington, A Street Cat Named Bob, Black Sea, Second Coming, Manderlay, Nativity, Absolutely Fabulous – The Movie, Harry Hill – The Movie.
As a writer, Afternoon Play: Fruit Salad, The Little Big Woman Book.
In 2020 Llewella received a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media from University College, London.