Katy Stephens has appeared in leading roles with Shakespeare's Globe and the Royal Shakespeare Company with whom she is an Associate Artist. Stephens' awards include the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Actress in 2009 for her performance as Joan of Arc/Margaret of Anjou in the RSC's The Histories Cycle as well as being part of the team that won the Olivier Award for Best Ensemble Performance for the same show.
Theatre credits include: Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare’s Globe); Much Ado About Nothing and The Tempest (Shakespeare’s Globe); Coriolanus (Sheffield Crucible); Antony And Cleopatra (National Theatre); The Histories Cycle, As You Like It, Antony And Cleopatra, King Lear, Titus Andronicus, Candide, The Grain Store, Taming Of The Shrew (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Oresteia, Thomas Tallis, Julius Caesar, Dr. Scroggy’s War, The Complete Walk (Shakespeare’s Globe); A Woman Of No Importance (Classic Spring); The Memory Of Water (Nottingham Playhouse); Macbeth, View From The Bridge (Tobacco Factory); Othello (English Touring Theatre); Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide... (Hampstead); Forests (Calixto Beitio); Hamlet (Flute Theatre, ETT and Trafalgar Studios); Midsummer Night's’ Dream (Bath Theatre Royal); Tamburlaine (Bristol Old Vic); Caucasian Chalk Circle, Macbeth, Ion, Three Sisters, The Seagull, Blood Wedding, Road, The Europeans (Colchester); The King’s Speech (Chichester and Birmingham Rep); and The Father, Twelfth Night, Our Day Out, Silas Marner (Belgrade Theatre).
Television credits include: Nicky Parrish in London’s Burning.
Film credits include: Relative Values, and Prick Thy Neighbour.
Katy also runs Bold As Bard with Ego Performance Company in Coventry, a Shakespeare theatre company for adults with learning disabilities.