Kathryn Rawlings - Keagan Carr-Fransch
   
  • SELECT
    HEIGHT:
    157cm
    HAIR:
    black
    EYES:
    brown
    WEB:
  • Keagan Carr-Fransch
    BACKGROUND
    Keagan trained at Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in Wellington and is currently based in London, UK. She has performed professionally on both stage and screen including GHOST IN THE SHELL starring Scarlet Johans, as well as in various radio productions. She is a versatile, rigorous and dedicated actor who has a keen interest pushing boundaries and defying stereotypes.

  • AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
  • YEAR
  • 2013 Museum Art Hotel Scholarship in association with Toi Whakaari and Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand.
  • 2015 - "Last Meals: An Appetizer" - Best Actress in the Wellington 'Short and Sweet' Festival
  • 2015 - "The Oresteia" - Best Actress (tied) in the Wellington 'Short and Sweet' Festival
  • 2016 - "Love and Information" - Best Female Newcomer-Nominated - Wellington Theatre Awards

  • FILM
  • YEAR
  • PRODUCTION
  • ROLE
  • COMPANY/VENUE
  • DIRECTOR
  • 2016
  • GHOST IN THE SHELL
  • Featured
  • Dreamworks SKG
  • Rupert Sanders
  • 2015
  • PETE'S DRAGON
  • Dr. Marquez
  • Disney Studios
  • David Lowery

  • SHORT FILM
  • YEAR
  • PRODUCTION
  • ROLE
  • COMPANY/VENUE
  • DIRECTOR
  • 2013
  • DANCERS
  • Ngozi
  • MSD Producitons Ltd
  • Louise Lietch
  • 2013
  • THE PALACE
  • Cleo
  • Sleeve on Shoulder Productions
  • John Reid
  • 2013
  • THE INCIDENT
  • Jazz
  • Toi Whakaari
  • Nathaniel Lees
  • 2012
  • PRESCRIBED
  • Lee
  • Ax Trivia Productions
  • Daniel Pengelly

  • THEATRE
  • YEAR
  • PRODUCTION
  • ROLE
  • COMPANY/VENUE
  • DIRECTOR
  • 2019
  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
  • Peter Quince
  • Pop-Up Globe
  • David Lawrence
  • 2019
  • TWELFTH NIGHT
  • Feste
  • Pop-Up Globe
  • Miles Gregory
  • 2019
  • THE THREE SISTERS
  • Olga
  • The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama
  • Mike Alfreds
  • 2017
  • THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT
  • Mrs Shears / Ensemble
  • Court Theatre
  • Lara McGregor
  • 2017
  • THE MAIDS
  • Solange
  • Bright Orange Walls
  • Samuel Phillips
  • 2016
  • LOVE AND INFORMATION
  • Ensemble
  • Lightshade Productions
  • Tabitha Arthur
  • 2015
  • MY FAVOURITE PROBLEMATIC
  • Performer
  • Titty Theatre
  • Ingrid Saker
  • 2015
  • TINY DEATHS
  • Ensemble
  • My Accomplice
  • Uther Dean
  • 2015
  • A SERVANT TO TWO MASTERS
  • Smeraldina
  • Circa Theatre
  • Ross Jolly
  • 2015
  • MEASURE FOR MEASURE
  • Provost
  • Friends for Juliet
  • Hilary Penwarden
  • 2014
  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM
  • Hippolyta/Titania
  • Bright Orange Walls
  • Sam Phillips
  • 2014
  • OTHELLO
  • Othello
  • The Lord Lackbeards
  • Ania Upstill
  • 2012
  • THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT
  • Mother Theresa
  • Toi Whakaari
  • Brett Adam
  • 2012
  • ASSASSINS
  • Samuel Byck
  • Toi Whakaari
  • Jonathan Hendry
  • 2010
  • WIT
  • Susie
  • Carving Ice Theatre
  • Gaye Poole
  • 2007
  • COSI
  • Cherry
  • Carving Ice Theatre
  • Gaye Poole

  • WEB SERIES
  • YEAR
  • PRODUCTION
  • ROLE
  • COMPANY/VENUE
  • DIRECTOR
  • 2016
  • TWO NAKED GAY GUYS
  • Anna
  • 2NGG Productions Ltd.
  • Conan McKegg

  • OTHER
  • YEAR
  • PRODUCTION
  • ROLE
  • COMPANY/VENUE
  • DIRECTOR
  • 2016
  • THE MYSTERIOUS SECRETS OF UNCLE BERTIE'S BOTANARIUM
  • O'Mara'ania
  • South Coast Shenanigans Ltd.
  • Duncan Sarkies

  • TRAINING
  • 2014 Screen and Audition Workshop with Peter Feeney
  • 2011 - 13 Toi Whakaari NZ Drama School
  • 2006 - 08 BA Theatre Studies and Psychology
  • 2005 Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ Young Shakespeare Company
  • 2015 One on One Coaching with Brita McViegh
  • 2015 - ACTORS EQUITY CASTING HOTHOUSE - Matt Skrobalak, Marissa Ross, Kerry Barden, Nikki Bennett & Stu Turner

  • RELEVANT SKILLS
  • BASIC THAI KICKBOXING, STAGE COMBAT AND BASKETBALL
  • BASIC BALLET, BALLROOM AND LATIN AMERICAN DANCING
  • BASIC DRUMS, PIANO AND SING (ALTO)
  • BASIC FRENCH LANGUAGE
  • ACCENTS: STD AMERICAN, JAMAICAN, INDIAN, HISPANIC, AFRICAN, COCKNEY, MULTICULTURAL LONDON (YOUTH LONDON)