Endy McKay

Endy trained at Mountview Theatre Academy, graduating in 2004 with a BA (Hons) in Acting. She has since worked nationally and internationally in theatre, television, film and radio and she was a regular in Channel 4’s Bafta award winning comedy series Peep Show. Highlights include: Julius Caesar (RSC/Lyric Hammersmith) Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC) White Open Spaces (Soho Theatre/National Theatre Sweden) Silence (Arcola Theatre) Bad Girls (ITV) Holby City (BBC) Memory of Water and The Lover (The Gale Theatre).  Her most recent credits include Parents for Sky, Black and White Riot for BBC Radio 4 Drama, Doctors, and the acclaimed Money with Nick Frost both for BBC and ITV1’s three part drama Murderland starring Robbie Coltrane. Endy is also a highly experienced drama facilitator and co founder of Outspoken Arts – an organization that creates and delivers bespoke performing arts and media workshops for mainstream and marginalized groups. It is a belief in the arts’ ability to communicate, integrate and empower that continues to be at the core of her work.