Actor, Writer, Director
More importantly, I'm a person.
The season finale of the world is bloody awful and I'm looking for and working on some kick-ass projects that can change things.
DM me if you're interested. We ride at dawn.
NEWS AND UPDATES
BBC'S THE VICTIM NOMINATED FOR A BAFTA
BBC One's The Victim has picked up a very well deserved BAFTA nomination at this year's awards for Best Mini-Series! Huge congrats to our director Niall, writer Rob, the full crew and the wonderful cast, especially Kelly MacDonald and James Harkness who were an insane joy to work with.
WINS A BAFTA
This is not a drill. Louis Theroux just gave us a BAFTA. Thank you to all the wonderful women who made this absolute dream of a project. And thank you even more to the thousands of Suffragettes / Fighters / Goddesses who fought the and are still fighting today. This. Is. For. You.
Joanne Thomson is an Actor, Writer and Director from Glasgow, Scotland. Since graduating with a BA in Acting from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, she has worked across the UK in both television and theatre.
Her theatre credits include work with the National Theatre of Scotland, Bristol Old Vic, Birmingham Rep, Royal Lyceum, Traverse, and the legendary Citizens Theatre in Glasgow.
Joanne most recently played Detective Sergeant Lisa Harvey in BBC One drama The Victim which has been nominated for a BAFTA in this year’s 2020 ceremony. Her performance in ITV’s BAFTA-nominated In Plain Sight won her nominations for 2 Best Actress categories at the IARA awards and her recent BBC prime-time drama The Suffragettes won a BAFTA in 2019. In 2014 she directed the critically acclaimed all-female production Nothing to be Done which won Best Play at the Setkani Festival in Czech Republic.
In 2020 she was selected as a BAFTA Los Angeles Newcomer in response to her contribution to Film & TV. Her passion lies in championing female-identifying voices and she is currently developing several TV series and screenplay about her favourite Suffragette and Actress who led the #TimesUp movement of her generation.
She's also totally comfortable talking about
herself in the third-person.