Louise Mai trained at East 15 Acting School & read English at Cambridge University.
For HighTide: Lampedusa (Soho Theatre, HighTide Festival, Unity Theatre, Liverpool),
Theatre includes Any Means Necessary (Nottingham Playhouse); Battersea Stories (Lightbox Theatre); The Long Life & Great Good Fortune of John Clare (Eastern Angles); The Job (Papercut Theatre); Pericles; The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Factory); Pick-Ups; The Sacred Nymphs of Natterjack (Bush Theatre); Adventures in Wonderland; Twelfth Night (Teatro Vivo); wAve; Boom; Dim Sum Nights (Yellow Earth); The Gruffly; The Snow Dragon (Tall Stories); Not the End of the World (Bristol Old Vic); Transmissions (Birmingham Rep); Good Woman of Setzuan (Leicester Haymarket); Noah’s Ark (Walk the Plank); King Lear (Orange Tree Theatre); Hecuba (Theatro Technis); The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe (RSC); Sea of Silence (Quicksilver Theatre).
Television includes: Doctors (BBC); The Bill (Talkback Thames); Goal! (BBC/Hewland Productions); Dream Machines; Futuremakers (BskyB), Clifford’s Puppy Days (CBeebies).
Feature and Short Films include: Fluid (Burning Details); Fracking Regent’s Park (Global Motion); Nydenion (Magna Mana); Put it on the Map (Creation Trust); Christie (Kayak Productions); Foreplay (Futurenatural Films); The God Game (Lucid Films); Tsuppari (Bournemouth University); La Jalousie (Red Productions).
Louise Mai also writes and performs as the comedy character ‘Precious Jade’.