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Lolita Chakrabarti (born 1 June 1969, Yorkshire) is an actress and writer based in London, United Kingdom.
She has worked extensively in theatre, television and radio. her theatre credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream for the Royal National Theatre, directed by Robert Lepage, ''As You Like It for Actor, King Lear for Talawa Theatre Company, Grimm Tales for the Young Vic, John Gabriel Borkman for the Donmar Warehouse, Free Outgoing for the Royal Court, The Great Game - Afghanistan for the Tricycle, Last Seen for the Almeida.
Writing credits include The Goddess for Woman's Hour BBC Radio 4, Faith, Hope and Blue Charity BBC Radio 4. Last Seen - Joy for Slung Low and the Almeida."Joy’s tale, written and performed by the magnetic Lolita Chakrabarti, is an echo chamber of literary allusion, resonant of fairytales, Blake and Greek and Norse mythology." Sam Marlowe, The Times
"The matchless Lolita Chakrabarti revels in a mother-daughter story of loss and rebirth that this exemplary actress wrote herself" Matt Wolf, International Herald Tribune.
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