"A ridiculous talent
and an absolute pleasure to work with.
I am oh so very grateful and forever indebted."
-Eion Glaister, Director
Tracy Collier has been a stage and television actress since 1979. She has appeared nationally and internationally in plays, musicals, and television and has also recorded music collections and voice overs. Most notably, Tracy has appeared in the West End, as Lady Jaqueline Carston in Me and My Girl, and the British premier of Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Also at the National Theatre in both the Olivier and Littleton theatres, plays include Guys and Dolls, and Tom Stoppard’s Rough Crossing. She worked in repertory theatre for more than ten years playing many lead roles and also featured in a mini-series for RAI television in Italy.
Her most recent roles include Mrs Pearce in My Fair Lady, Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard and Velma in Hairspray .She also toured with Sara Crowe and Abigail Thaw in Sheila’s Island receiving great reviews. For television and film, as Disciple in The Sandman for Netflix and Episode 5, season 2 of Sanditon.
Tracy is also a director, choreographer and movement coach. She ran her own theatre company Time4Change Theatre which debuted with Silence; A Language in 2007. Her work has included Shakespeare, Brecht, and Musical and Physical Theatre. She directed Arthur Miller’s translation of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, and Tennessee Willams’ Camino Real at the Bridewell Theatre in London in January 2020/23. Tracy has been a lecturer and mentor or over 40 years.
Heading up the Dance department at Guildford School of Acting and the Movement Department at East 15 for 10 years a piece. Her students can be seen on stage and screen, both large and small.