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Alice Felgate

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Alice Felgate
Born (1993-10-16) 16 October 1993 (age 30)
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  2010–present

Alice Felgate is an English-American actress and writer. She is best known for her role as a main character “Amber Dean” in the BBC teenage comedy Some Girls (TV series).

Acting Career[edit]

Alice was born in the Uk but spent much of her childhood in the United States.[1] Felgate started her acting career on stage as “Porter“ in “Macbeth” and in “Why don’t you dance” with the Bending Angels at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010.[2]

Alice Felgate first appeared on screen as “Bailey” in the 2011 Hallmark TV movie The Cabin [3] and then in the 2012 film “Side by Side”. [2] From 2012 to 2014, Alice played her first regular role in a television series as “Amber Dean” for three seasons of the BBC teenage comedy Some Girls (TV series).[4] Felgate progressed her TV career in 2015, playing “Ellie Mason” for 11 episodes of the television series "You, Me & Them".[2]

In 2016 she wrote and co-produced and played the part as “Lo” in the short film Little Hard about mental health.[5] She starred as “Mandy” in the short film Bossman in the same year.

Alice Felgate returned to the stage in 2015, as “Lila” in “Plaques & Tangles”, at the Royal Court Theatre in London.[6] Then again in 2017 in “The Knowledge” at London’s “West End” as “Janet”, at the Charing Cross Theatre.[7] [8]


Year Title Role
2016 Little hard (Short) Lo
2016 Bossman (Short) Mandy
2012 Side by Side (Film) [2] Giselle Dear
2010 The Cabin (Film) [3] Bailey


Year Title Role
2015 You, Me & Them (TV Series)” [9] Ellie Mason (11 episodes)
2012-2014 Some Girls (TV series)[4] Amber Dean (18 episodes)


  1. "Alice Felgate Voiceover". 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Spotlight profile - Alice Felgate". The BWH Agency. 2018.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Alice felgate". 2011.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Some Girls Profile on Amber". BBC. 2014.
  5. "Little Hard campaign". 2015.
  6. "Casting for Plaques & Tangles". Royal Court theatre. 2015.
  7. "Alice Felgate". 2017.
  8. "Stage Premiere of The Knowledge". 2017.
  9. "You, Me & Them Episode Guide". Radio Times. 2018.

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