Suzanne Ahmet


  • Country: United Kingdom

Relatable, Sincere, Conversational, Informative, Down to earth

Suzanne has excellent experience in the creative industry. Acting across Stage, Screen and Voice since 2005 – her hallmark is being asked to return to directors and ensembles – thus growing in skill and relationship with the medium and the creatives who give it life.

To date, she has twice played The National Theatre’s Olivier, developed work for The RSC and Shakespeare’s Globe and returned to The New Vic’s Theatre in The Round for 7 different productions.

Her screen career is thriving.
Credits include:
Generation Z, C4 and The Forge, written and directed by the iconic Ben Wheately.
Here, Suzanne plays alongside Johnny Vegas and Anita Dobson.
Casualty, Switzerland, directed by Coílin Ó Scolaí. A poignant episode looking at Assisted Dying.
After The Flood, directed bv Azhur Saleem. Derived from real life floods affecting Yorkshire towns.

She has firm knowledge of the corporate world, including credits for HSBC, Deloitte and the NSPCC.
Her personal heritage coupled with a consistent relationship with the North of England, have afforded her a wide and proven casting bracket.

To date, she has been invited to play roles from Lancashire, Stoke-On-Trent, Bristol and Suffolk as well as London (her hometown). She is equally fluid in both modern and classic RP (1920s London, Shakespeare, and his contemporaneous playwrights).

Internationally, she has lovingly crafted roles from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Spain and South America and the US.

She is proud of and humbled by her versatility – it has gifted her intimate knowledge of her own family heritage and those of many other exceptional people from across the globe.

Suzanne’s singing voice is unmistakable – spanning pure, open folk sounds, to jazz. Her greatest love affairs outside of work: dogs and salsa dancing!



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    • Suzanne Ahmet Salsa

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