Jessica graduated from the BA Acting course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Since graduating she went on to win the Billy McColl Award for Most Promising Newcomer in
Scottish Stage Acting 2014 and won Best Female performance at the Critics Awards for Theatre in
Radio work includes: A Christmas Compass: East, When the Pips Stop, The Vital Spark:
Intelligence, Reachers Point, Brothers, McLevy and The Pillow Book (all for BBC Radio 4). She
also played one of the leads in the BBC Radio 4 six part series The Fair Intellectual Club by
comedian Lucy Porter. She recently recorded the audio book version of Canongate Books Salt on
Your Tongue by Charlotte Runcie, which is now available on Audible.
Theatre work includes: Numerous productions with The Citizens Theatre, Tron Theatre, Traverse
Theatre, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Perth Theatre
and Edinburgh International Festival. She has worked extensively with National Theatre of
Scotland, most recently playing Roxane, In Cyrano De Bergerac and Prudencia Hart in The
Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, which toured all across the US and transferred to New York.