Leigh Arnold

Leigh Arnold

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Age 20s/30s, 30s/40s
Region Ireland
Leigh is perhaps best known for her role of Dr Clodagh Delaney in ‘The Clinic’, for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Irish Film and Television Awards, 2009.
Leigh is a well-known voicover in the UK, voicing national radio and TV campaigns.
Leigh also starred as Catriona French in ‘Deception’ by Tyrone Productions for TV3 and starred in her first feature film, Terry McMahon’s critically lauded ‘Charlie Casanova’, in 2011. She also starred in short film ‘Black Coffee’ and appeared on TV3’s Celebrity Salon in 2009.
Her theatre experience includes Gerry Stenbridges’ ‘The Grown Up’s’ at the Peacock Theatre, as Helen of Troy in Michael Scotts’ ‘Trojan Women’, ‘The Vagina Monologues’, ‘My First Time’ and the role of Mina in Michael Scotts’ ‘Dracula’ at the Tivoli Theatre.