Nadia Albina studied English and Drama at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, before training at LAMDA. She has appeared in productions for the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Court, Young Vic, Globe, Gate Theatre and Lyric Hammersmith, and in plays such as Macbeth (National Theatre), Hecuba, Othello and The Merchant Of Venice (RSC), >em>What if Women Ruled the World? (Royal Court) and I Call My Brothers (Gate Theatre). She has also been involved in the Lyric Hammersmith’s two-year Secret Theatre Project series, including A Streetcar Named Desire and A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts. Her television credits include Trauma, Marcella, Come Fly With Me, Whites and Beautiful People. Nadia is a trustee of the Act For Change Project.
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