Photo Credit: Samuel Taylor

'Stephanie Lane is a redoubtable Gwendolen.

The Importance of Being Earnest - The Times

Haymarket Theatre, West End

About Me

I'm an actress, born and raised in London. I started working professionally at a young age, when I was chosen to play Portly the Otter in the National Theatre's production of Wind in the Willows, alongside Adrian Scarborough and Richard Briers. I was fairly shy as a child but I knew immediately, standing on the Olivier stage, that I had found my place and my voice.

Since then I've performed in the West End, in theatres up and down the country and occasionally pop up on screen too. Highlights include playing Deirdre Swoop in several series of The New Worst Witch for ITV, appearing opposite Colin Firth in What A Girl Wants for Warner Brothers and occasionally flitting around Meryl Streep in Florence Foster Jenkins. To have a glance at my work, scroll down to see some highlights.

I also trained in classical music and musical theatre from a young age, which gave me a pretty good ear for accents and impersonations. That led me towards voice over work, which you can see more of here


'Stephanie Lane is magnificently malevolent as Queen of Hearts.'                                  Alice - The Oxford Times
Creation Theatre