Clare Latham | New York based actor and artist


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New York

Theatrical: Ann Steele Agency
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Off West End Theatre Award Nomination
Best Lead Performance in a Play

UK Premiere

WOLF CUB by Ché Walker
Hampstead Theatre

“This phantasmagorical monologue – beautifully delivered by the American actress Clare Latham – is much more than the sum of its ideological parts ... poetic writing and Latham’s intensity make it compelling.”  - The Times

“Devastating and seismic power ... Latham’s performance is utterly arresting ... she holds us breathless”  - The Guardian

“Awesome power ... Clare Latham prowls the space, girlish one moment, hard-edged the next, never a victim ... a performance of the highest order.”  - Broadway World

“She is sensational ... she effortlessly moved between characters with pacing and delivery that is exquisite ... truly a masterclass.”  - London Theatre Reviews


Off West End Theatre Award Nomination
Best Supporting Female Performer

First UK Revival

DOUBT, A PARABLE by John Patrick Shanley
Southwark Playhouse

“The production is elevated by a performance of radiance and grace from Clare Latham.”  - The Stage

“Spot-on Clare Latham ... painfully sincere and sweet natured.”  - The Independent

“Latham is gracious and bubbly, but unafraid to show vulnerability and self-doubt.”  - Broadway World

“The talent of Clare Latham is unmissable”  - Everything Theatre


World Premiere

DON’T SMOKE IN BED by Aurin Squire
Finborough Theatre

“Latham’s nuanced performance builds throughout the piece, sensitively yet fearlessly confronting the awkwardness, guilt and confusion that come with acknowledging white privilege ... bold, impassioned performance”  - Theatre and Performance Guide

“[They’ve] cast the play perfectly in Greg Lockett and Clare Latham. Repartee bounces back and forth, first meetings are wittily reenacted and a real sense of shared intimacy sparks from the stage ... you really root for Richard and Sheryl, thanks to the dynamic, eloquent work of Lockett and Latham, you just want more for them.”  - There Ought To Be Clowns


The Faction

“Clare Latham’s impossibly cool Juliet ... Latham is particularly strong as Juliet, delivering Shakespeare’s poetry with admirable fluency. Juliet has some of the best lines in Shakespeare and Latham does justice to them beautifully.   - The Stage

“There is notable work from Clare Latham as Juliet. She’s an accomplished verse speaker and naturalistic actor ... the most intimate balcony scene I've ever seen ... She handles the hysterical weeping after the banishment of Romeo movingly too.”   - WhatsOnStage


Off West End Theatre Award Nomination
Best Female Performer

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA by John Patrick Shanley
Southwark Playhouse

“It’s almost impossible to tear your eyes away from every move this exciting young actress makes.”  - British Theatre Guide

“Jonathan Chambers and Clare Latham are alluring and vulnerable. They let their defences drop like clothes peeled off in slow seduction. Surely one of the best Fringe shows of the year”  - TimeOut Critics’ Choice


UK Premiere

BLUE SURGE by Rebecca Gilman
Defibrillator at The Finborough Theatre

“Latham’s edgily thoughtful playing is lovely to watch, graced with quiet smiles that catch the heart.”  - The Times

“Like Clare Latham, who plays her, Sandy is evidently an accomplished actress”  - Time Out Critics’ Choice


UK Premiere

GREEN EYES by Tennessee Williams
Defibrillator at The Grange Hotel

“But best by far is the 1970 work, Green Eyes, beautifully directed by James Hillier ... Clare Latham inhabits her role to an extraordinary degree”  - The Telegraph

“Green Eyes, where two young newlyweds in New Orleans grapple with the Boy’s trauma as a Vietnam soldier - and the Girl has a secret to hide about a certain pair of ‘enormous green eyes’, and the bites and bruises on her body. It’s taut, exceptionally executed by Clare Latham and Matt Milne ... A fierce and fearless start to the night.”  - WhatsOnStage