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Jessica Rhodes

Represented by
Alice Smith

Jessica Rhodes

Jessica most recently starred as Miranda in the RSC's upcoming production of THE TEMPEST, directed by Elizabeth Freestone.

After graduating from RADA, Jessica received critical acclaim for her professional debut in THE SUGAR SYNDROME at Orange Tree Theatre. She won the Off-West End Offie Award 2021 for Lead Performance in a Play and was nominated for The Stage Debut Award 2020 for the Best Performer in a Play.

Jessica's recent stagework includes a starring role in DOUBT at Chichester Festival Theatre, directed by Lia Williams.



Jessica Rhodes


Title Role Production Director
THE TEMPEST Miranda Royal Shakespeare Company Elizabeth Freestone
DOUBT: A PARABLE Sister James Chichester Festival Theatre Lia Williams
THE SUGAR SYNDROME Dani The Orange Tree Theatre Oscar Toeman
INTO THE WOODS Little Red Riding Hood RADA James Bonas
GIG Rowenna RADA Richard Wilson
LINDA Bridget RADA Abigail Graham
DON JUAN COMES BACK FROM THE WAR Woman 4, Nurse 1, Young Woman RADA Sue Lefton
LIMBERHAM Mrs Brainsick RADA Ed Kemp
MEDEA Medea RADA Phil Sheppard
RICHARD III Clarence RADA Gerrie Alexander
SWITCH Theo Tricycle Theatre Tom Bowtell


Title Role Production Director
THE HOARD Laura (lead) Quay Street Productions / Channel 5 Phillip John
CASUALTY Michelle BBC Dan Berlinka

Feature Film

Title Role Production Director
ARTEMIS FOWL Shadowy Female Figure Walt Disney Pictures Kenneth Branagh


Title Role Production Director
MEASURE FOR MEASURE Isabella National Theatre Studios Peter Brook


Title Role Production Director
LA BOHEME Actor/Dancer/Movement Director Scottish Opera Roxana Haines

Rehearsed Reading

Title Role Production Director
WAITING FOR THE DAY Sonia Friedman Max Elton
SUPER HIGH RESOLUTION Sammy Soho Theatre Blanche McIntyre
THE REHEARSAL Isolde Almeida Theatre Tamar Saphra
Winner of Off-West End Offie Award 2021 for Lead Performance in a Play.
Nominated for The Stage Debut Award 2020 for the Best Performer in a Play -

"Newcomer Jessica Rhodes is magnetic in Lucy Prebble's prescient play, how fitting that the debut work of a writer, should showcase another fresh talent." Evening Standard.
"It’s a properly impressive turn – a few more like this and her star will rise higher" Timeout.