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Kirsty Hickey
Born 17 January 1996 (1996-01-17) (age 13)
London, England
Occupation Actor, Singer, Dancer

Kirsty Nicole Hickey born 17 January 1996[1] and lives in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, is known best for her voiceover role of Annie Playhouse Disney's Little Einsteins.

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Personal life

Kirsty was born in London and grew up in Chadwell Heath. At an early age she thrived Music, Dance and Acting. She loved to perform whenever she got the chance to in front of her friends and family! She went to St. Bedes pre-school but at the age of 4, moved to Leigh-on-Sea, with her family and younger sister Lucy-Anne Hickey, where she went to Our Lady Of Lourdes Roman Catholic Primary School to start her schooling. In 2006 she left her school to attend the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School, where she still currently studies. Kirsty loves all type of the performing arts, dancing out of school also taking up Ballet, Tap, and Modern but she also has other hobbies, which include Swimming, Horse Riding and Scuba Diving, holding a PADI licence. As well as going to see her favourite team Arsenal every so often with her father.

T.V. career

In 2004 Kirsty played in BBC soap opera EastEnders.in the christmas party.[1] She played numerous characters Zoe Slater, (Michelle Ryan), Pauline Fowler, (Wendy Richards) and Pat Butcher, (Pam St. Clement) all in famously well-known sketches, as well as Singing and playing onset characters.[1]

Hickey also appeared in Ministry Of Mayhem on ITV, Granada alongside Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern. She played mini Polly with her trolly with Holly as the older Polly, where they both hosted the game of Cakey Sk8, with Celebrities. The rules of the game were that, they propel cakes from skateboards, and the cake which reaches highest up on the wall wins. That week Kirsty met Girls Aloud. It was aired live in November 2005. She also appeared in Richard and Judy talking about the current Harry Potter Film, and also appeared on The X Factor singing and dancing alongside Rhydian Roberts, Same Difference, and the previous year Leona Lewis.

Film career

In September 2009, this year Kirsty filmed The Long Lonely Walk directed by Leon Chambers acting alongside Jeremy Sheffield, Sylvia Syms and Tessa Peake-Jones.

Theatre career

In 2005, Kirsty appeared in Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre, as the youngest ballet girl, Alison Summers, she performed with Haydn Gwynne, Alex Delamere and Chris Lennon. She then went back two years later and portrayed an older character - Angela Robson. In 2007, Kirsty then went into Fiddler On The Roof playing Bielke, at the Savoy Theatre, working closely with Henry Goodman.[2][3]

Voiceover career

Kirsty is mostly well known for her voice as Annie in Little Einsteins on Playhouse Disney. She also undertakes Language and Singing Tapes for OUP and Cambridge University.

Charity work

As well as doing Professional work Hickey likes to help others also. She put together a Charity Showcase for her Church Parish, raising funds to build a new church hall for Our Lady Of Lourdes Catholic Church, in late 2008, herself also taking part.[4] She also has taken part in many Caberats at her school to which they perform in front of people such as Bruce Forsyth and Princess Anne, in aid of raising monies for Save the Children.

References

  1. ^ a b c Kirsty Hickey at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ New West End role for young Kitty Echo 25 May 2007
  3. ^ Kirsty's Fiddler Fundraiser Echo 31 May 2007
  4. ^ Join our children's variety show Echo 24 October 2007

External links

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Kirsty Hickey
Born 17 January 1996 (1996-01-17) (age 15)
London, England
Occupation Actor, Singer, Dancer

Kirsty Nicole Hickey born 17 January 1996[1] and lives in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, is known best for her voiceover role of Annie Playhouse Disney's Little Einsteins.

Contents

Personal life

Kirsty was born in London and grew up in Chadwell Heath. At an early age she thrived Music, Dance and Acting. She loved to perform whenever she got the chance to in front of her friends and family! She went to St. Bedes pre-school but at the age of 4, moved to Leigh-on-Sea, with her family and younger sister Lucy-Anne Hickey, where she went to Our Lady Of Lourdes Roman Catholic Primary School to start her schooling. In 2006 she left her primary school to attend the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School, she left at Christmas 2010 though, after 4 years. She now studies at St Bernard’s High School and Arts College. Kirsty loves all type of the performing arts, she regularly attends dancing weekly including Ballet, Tap, and Modern. Kirsty also has other hobbies, which include Swimming, Horse Riding and Scuba Diving, holding a PADI licence. As well as going to see her favourite team Arsenal every so often with her father, and going out with her friends!

T.V. career

In 2004 Kirsty played in BBC soap opera EastEnders.in the Christmas party.[1] She played numerous characters Zoe Slater, (Michelle Ryan), Pauline Fowler, (Wendy Richards) and Pat Butcher, (Pam St. Clement) all in famously well-known sketches, as well as Singing and playing onset characters.[1] Hickey also appeared in Ministry Of Mayhem on ITV, Granada alongside Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern. She played mini Polly with her trolly with Holly as the older Polly, where they both hosted the game of Cakey Sk8, with Celebrities. The rules of the game were that, they propel cakes from skateboards, and the cake which reaches highest up on the wall wins. That week Kirsty met Girls Aloud. It was aired live in November 2005. She also appeared in Richard & Judy talking about the current Harry Potter Film, and also appeared on The X Factor singing and dancing alongside Rhydian Roberts, Same Difference, and the previous year Leona Lewis.

Film career

In September 2009, this year Kirsty filmed The Long Lonely Walk directed by Leon Chambers acting alongside Jeremy Sheffield, Sylvia Syms and Tessa Peake-Jones.

Theatre career

In 2005, Kirsty appeared in Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre, as the youngest ballet girl, Alison Summers, she performed with Haydn Gwynne, Alex Delamere and Chris Lennon. She then went back two years later and portrayed an older character - Angela Robson. In 2007, Kirsty then went into Fiddler On The Roof playing Bielke, at the Savoy Theatre, working closely with Henry Goodman.[2][3]

Voiceover career

Kirsty is mostly well known for her voice as Annie in Little Einsteins on Playhouse Disney. She also undertakes Language and Singing Tapes for OUP and Cambridge University.

Charity work

As well as doing Professional work, Hickey likes to help others also. She put together a Charity Showcase for her Church Parish, raising funds to build a new church hall for Our Lady Of Lourdes Catholic Church, in late 2008, herself also taking part.[4] She also has taken part in many Caberats at her school to which they perform in front of people such as Bruce Forsyth and Princess Anne, in aid of raising monies for Save the Children. In the coming months Kirsty will be rehearsing to perform in front of the Pope on 18 September, 2010 at Hyde Park, London.

References

  1. ^ a b c Kirsty Hickey at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ New West End role for young Kitty Echo 25 May 2007
  3. ^ Kirsty's Fiddler Fundraiser Echo 31 May 2007
  4. ^ Join our children's variety show Echo 24 October 2007

External links


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