Louise Burke


About Louise

Louise recently made her first television appearance as the Band’s Stripper, Kay, in Danny Boyle’s Pistol starring alongside Tony Wallace and John Lydon. In the summer of 2021, she was cast as the Princes’ Royal Nanny in Netflix’s The Crown starring alongside Elizabeth Debicki. On the music front, she is looking forward to producing her first single with world-renowned music producer Stuart Epps. She recently worked as an SFX technician and assistant armorer under the tutelage of Perry Costello on the Bollywood production of “Neeyat” directed by Anu Menon.

Louise is a trained interpreter and translator, having obtained an MA in French and Hispanic Studies from the University of Glasgow and a PGDip in Translation and Interpretation at the University of Westminster. She is currently working as a freelance translator for the United Nations and is fluent in French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. She has an excellent accent in each of these languages - if given a script she would sound like a native speaker.



Photo Credit: Kate McDonald

Casting Information

Location: Greater London, England | Glasgow City, Scotland | Greater Manchester, England

Playing Age: 30-45

Height: 5”5

Nationality: Scottish

Appearance: Mediterranean, Scandinavian, White

Eye Colour: Blue

Hair Colour: Light/Mid Brown

Hair Length: Mid Length


Casting Types:

Military/training commander | Detective | Female vicar | Escort/stripper | Police chief | Spy | Professional translator | Head of security services | Lead vocalist band | Nun | Social worker | Nanny | Mother/wife (modern, LGBT, period) | Businesswoman | Doctor | Lawyer | Corporate executive | Advocate for human/LGBT rights | Villain/psychopath | Nurse | Diplomat | Royal family member | MP/government official


Comfortable with same-sex scenes

Independent / Commercial / TV / Feature Film roles – with a particular interest in period drama


Production ( Role )
Borderland (Homeless Woman)
Tom & Charlie Guard
Feature Film
The Usual (Dorothy)
Lilleth Allen
Short Film
The Crown (Princes' Royal Nanny)
Jessica Hobbs
TV (Netflix)
The People We Hate at the Wedding (Vicar)
Claire Scanlon
Feature Film
Pistol (Band's Private Stripper)
Danny Boyle
TV Movie
Wendy Waters Rites Words
Wendy Waters
Stage (Musical)
Mother Courage (Yvette)
Taz Ayoub
Poppadom - short (Lead)
Andrew Neil
Corporate shoot (Lead)
Magnus Wake
Commercial (Operator)
David Mckinnon
Chameleons - short (Laurie)
Giorgios lliopoulos
The Man Who Couldn't Dance (Gail - Lead)
Alice Kornitzer
Do Not Disturb (Mary)
Aaron Pennie