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Stage & Screen Actor 

Steph has been acting in a range of stage and screen projects from UK Theatre Tours and the West End, to TV ad' campaigns, video games and International Film festivals. 

She graduated The Oxford School of Drama 10 years ago and is represented by Lucy Langham at Simon & How Associates.


Published Reviews

  • “Magic Goes Wrong” - Apollo Theatre, West End 2021/22


The Guardian 


“Under Adam Meggido’s direction the performers’ comic and slapstick skills are on fine display.”


  • “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” - UK Tour with Little Angel Theatre 2019


A Younger Theatre


“The fact that their movements seem almost human is proof of the puppeteers’ talent. The company’s coordination in ensuring that all of the puppets are operated simultaneously has been precision engineered, evidence that everyone has worked extremely hard on this show. The company are extremely talented”


Time Out


“It's very nicely adapted here by a sweet-throated troupe of Little Angel puppeteers, in whose hands it’s become a charming, slightly alarming Saturday dad disaster story with additional folk songs. The whittled wooden puppets are ... expertly handled”


  • “How to Hide a Lion” - UK Tour with Polka Theatre 2018


David Guest, The Reviews Hub


"Multitalented Stephanie de Whalley and Gilbert Taylor skilfully tell the story (...) They have an ease of performance that makes them all the more watchable."


  • “The Importance of Being Earnest” - Theatre Mil with York Theatre Royal 2014


The Stage - Four Stars ****


"Stephanie has a sparky sexiness. The scenes between her and John are charged" 


Yorkshire Times


"Stephanie de Whalley is the funniest I have ever had the pleasure of seeing" 


  • “Blasted” - 1929 Theatre Company, San Francisco in association with Leeds Playhouse 2008

 Michael Fox, KQED Arts

  • “de Whalley's is the standout performance, largely because she elevates Cate beyond a sweet but helpless cliché into the only character in the play whose fate we invest in. She has that delicious talent of letting every emotion scurry across her face, appearing simultaneously shy and open.”

Yorkshire Post

  • “Stephanie de Whalley as Cate, Martin Wickman as Ian and Tom Holloway as the gun-topping soldier were all excellent”. 

For Acting work please contact:
Lucy Langham
Simon & How Talent Agency

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