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Seroca Davis

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Resumé

Seroca Davis is an award-winning actress who has been working in the industry since she was a child, when she landed her first television role in a ten-part series for ITV.

Since then, Seroca has continued to work in film, television, and has performed on stage in 'Don Juan in Soho' (Donmar Warehouse), 'Random' (Royal Court) 'Love Labour's Lost' (Shakespeare's Globe), 'We the People' (The Globe) and Debbie Tucker Green's 'Ear for Eye' (Royal Court).

Her screen credits include 'Criminal Justice' (BBC), 'Doctor Who' (BBC), 'Holby City' & 'Casualty' (BBC) and she narrated animated series 'Star Math's' (C4).

Seroca has had a very successful career in Radio. One-woman show 'With a Little Bit of Luck', a celebration of the UK Garage and club scene of the early noughties, told through spoken word and live music, won Best Radio Drama at the BBC Radio & Music Awards 2019. Seroca also won the Manchester Evening News Award for Best Actress in 'Sweet Little Thing'.

She's just finished a run of Jackie Kay's 'Red Dust Road', which premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival 2019.

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