Connie rose to fame playing the lead role of Maria in “The Sound Of Music” at The London Palladium having won “How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria” Andrew Lloyd Webber’s reality TV show for The BBC.
Connie graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with first class honours; she was awarded the ‘Gyearbuor Asante’ for acting at her graduation in 2005.
Television: “Casualty” for BBC – returning character - Amanda, “Connie’s Musical Map of Wales” for BBC Wales, “Caught In A Trap” for ITV, “The Omid Djalili Show” for the BBC, ‘Pobol Y Cwm’ and ‘Darn O Dir’ both for S4C.
Theatre: “Wonderful Town” at The Lowry and National Tour, “The Sound of Music” National Tour and The London Palladium, “They’re Playing Our Song” – The Menier Chocolate Factory, ‘Pendragon’ the National Youth Musical Theatre’s tour of Japan and it’s performance at Sadlers Well’s, London.
Film: “The Wedding Dress” for Size 9 Productions
Other experience includes: Princess Samina in Aladdin for The Torch Theatre, Milford Haven and winner of the Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year, 2006.
Connie’s appearances and concerts include: Noson Lawen, The National Eisteddfod 2008, Faenol Festival 2007, BBC Radio 2 Lloyd Webber Gala Concert, BBC Songs Of Praise Big Sing at The Royal Albert Hall, Concert For Diana at The Wembley Stadium, Blue Peter Proms at The Royal Albert Hall and New Year Live for The BBC.
In 2006 Connie released her debut album “Favourite Things” and features on the cast album for “The Sound Of Music” and the new “West Side Story” album. Connie launched her latest album “Secret Love” in February 2009.
Connie is greatly committed to raising awareness about the importance of human voice and is a staunch supporter of the Voice Health Institute and the Mass General Voice Center mission to restore voices through novel surgical research.