Stephanie Street

For the National Theatre Asha in Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Mary in King James Bible: Gospel According to John Abirami in Nightwatchman (WhatsOnStage Award nomination for Best Solo Performance).

Other theatre includes Marianne in Constellations (Singapore Repertory Theatre); Sabrina in Shades (Royal Court Theatre); Karelma in The Big Fellah, Aneesa in Mixed up North (Out of Joint); Samina/Maysoon/Faiza in Sisters (Sheffield Crucible); Sarika in On the Beach/Resilience (The Bush); Nosh in Sweet Cider (Arcola); Bashemath in Not the End of the World (Bristol Old Vic); Kastoori in Indenture (Talawa Theatre Company); Usma in Iraq Innit (Paines Plough at the Trafalgar Studios); Vagina Monologues (Mark Goucher Limited).

Television includes Hank Zipzer, Holby City, Silk, DCI Banks, Lewis, Hens, Bring the House Down, Monday Monday, Apparitions, Never Better, EastEnders, Primeval, Commander III, Soundproof, Heavenly Father, NY-LON NY-LON, 20 Things to Do Before Youre 30, Doctors, Red Cap, The Last Detective.

Radio includes Whose Sari Now, Legacy, Westway.

Film includes Attack the Block.

Stephanie is a Trustee and founder member of Act for Change campaigning for representative diversity in the industry, a Trustee for the National Student Drama Festival, a columnist for The Stage. 

As a playwright, her work includes Dragonflies at SIFA 2017, adaptations of Wuthering Heights (The Ambassadors) and Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist (The Finborough and The Yard). Her first play, Sisters, re-opened the Sheffield Crucible Studio in 2010. 

Stephanie trained at Cambridge University and LAMDA.