Maddie Rice

Maddie is a British actor, an award-winning writer/performer.

TV credits include: Fleabag, Call The Midwife, The Other One (BBC), Stath Lets Flats, The Tool (Channel 4), Every Blank Ever, the all-female sketch show Flaps (Comedy Central), Ten Percent (Amazon), and recently won the Best Actress award at the Jane Austen Film Festival for her role in the short film Lady Brentley's End.

Stage credits include: Pickle Jar (Soho Theatre/Underbelly Edinburgh); Fleabag (Soho Theatre/DryWrite); Villain (Bruised Sky Productions/Kings Head Theatre); All My Sons (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre); Henry V (Noel Coward Theatre, West End); Laugh Your Farce Off (Little Bear Theatre Company); News Revue (Canal Cafe Theatre); Got It In One/Seasonal (Back Here! Theatre, The Old Red Lion Theatre); It Falls - Rapid Write Responses (Theatre 503); Have You Ever? (Autonomy Theatre Company/ Hen and Chickens Theatre); Twelfth Night (Young Shakespeare Company); The Taming Of The Shrew (Principal Theatre Company); and Macbeth (Principal Theatre Company).

As a writer, Maddie’s one-woman play, Pickle Jar, won the 'Three Weeks Editors Award' in Edinburgh, transferred, and had a hugely successful run at SOHO Theatre. It is now being developed into a feature film. She wrote her second play, Selfish, as part of Soho Theatre's Soho Six. Her TV drama project 'Gym,' is in development with BBC Drama and STV. Maddie has also written and performed with award-winning sketch groups, Lead Pencil and Zazu and is a member of BAFTA Connect.