Maisy Wright-Smith

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Maisy is a gifted long distance runner, so don’t challenge her to a run around the studio unless you have a long time! If she could run and read at the same time she’d be thrilled. When Maisy isn’t reading or running she is playing flute, piano and recorder in various school and community orchestras. With a strong sense of both fun and social justice, Maisy pulls off light hearted and serious.


  1. The creatives loved them and were particularly impressed with Maisy.
    She seemed a bit shy when she came into the room but when she got into the booth she was confident, articulate and nailed all the lines!
    They both had to tackle some big words and complicated sentences but were both very professional and took directions very well.

    Beatrice Osborne

  2. Maisy Wright-Smith was cast as Alice-Miranda Highton-Smith-Kennington-Jones, a tough role which required heart, intelligence, curiosity, kindness and stamina. Maisy was able to take direction, and offer insightful and spontaneous choices in the line reads and came to each session with a positive and open attitude ready to be challenged and learn. It was important to have a very likeable, authentic and bright character for Alice Miranda and Maisy was able to do that, and add delight as well.

    Jo Boag - Director - Alice Miranda telemovie produced by SLR productions

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