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Yasmin McCullough

Yasmin found the love of dancing from a very early age. Pantomimes are one of Yasmin’s favourite things to do, performing in no less than ten professional pantomimes since the age of six!

After performing for the Kent Youth Ballet and English Youth Ballet, Yasmin auditioned and attended Laban Centre for Advance Training in London. She studied there for five years and was honoured by the opportunity to work alongside professional companies such as Henri Oguike, Random Dance Company, Siobhan Davies and Richard Alston.

Yasmin then went on to gain a BA Hons in Dance Theatre at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance graduating in 2014.

Whilst studying, she still kept up her performing career and had grasped every opportunity offered to her. As a result she was fortunate to take part in The 2012 London Olympic Games Ceremonies as a dancer working alongside choreographer Kim Gavin.

Since graduating Yasmin has moved onto Television and Film work.

Television Credits include: Superdrug Anniversary Advert (2015), House of Fraser Christmas Advert (2015), Rugby World Cup (2015), Sick of it (2017), Britannia (2018), Pennyworth (2020) and has most recently worked on The Crown playing Lady Sarah Jones Armstrong (2020).

Film Credits Include: Into the Woods (2014),  The Inbetweeners Movie 2 (2014), Beauty and the Beast (2017), Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018), The Nutcracker and Four Realms (2018),  Daffodils (2018), Dumbo (2019), Rocketman (2019), Men in Black (2019), Emma (2020), Death on the Nile (2021).

Alongside filming, Yasmin loves to share her passion for dance through Teaching and Choreographing. She’s thrilled to be teaching at Flair Performing Arts. She joined the Team at the end of 2018 and loves seeing students improve and succeed.