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Flloyd Kennedy

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I'm a performer, as in actress, singer-songwriter, poet, theatre maker and vocal coach. I write a mixture of fiction, personal memoir and philosophy
Member since 2024


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About Flloyd

Dr Flloyd Kennedy, Liverpool-based, Australian-born actress, director, voice artist, poet, singer-songwriter, voice/speech/accent coach, AND podcaster. She took part in the British folk revival in the 60s, performed street theatre, cabaret and fringe theatre in Scotland throughout the 1980s and 90s, wrote theatre, opera and ballet reviews for the Paisley Gazette, Glasgow Herald and The Scotsman, wrote and compiled the Shish Mahal Cookbook. In 1997 she returned to Australia where she undertook research into the performing voice (specifically Shakespeare) for her doctorate.  Back in the UK since 2015, Flloyd performs, directs, writes and teaches voice and acting skills at colleges and universities in the UK, US and Australia. Through her private studio Being in Voice she provides coaching for student and professional actors, private individuals and community and corporate groups and she is artistic director of Thunder’s Mouth Theatre (theatre of poetry, passion and philosophy). She has taught voice at ALRA North, Manchester School of Theatre, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, MGA Academy of Performing Arts, Edinburgh, E15 Acting School in Southend, and supervised MA/MAV SIP dissertations for RCSSD.

Flloyd is an Associate Artist with ISAAC (International School for Acting And Clown), and a Certified Teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechworks.

Recent work includes performances with "Fem de la Femme", presentation workshops “Voice of the Clown” at The Voice Foundation Annual Symposium 2019 (Philadelphia) and Clown Symposium (Edgehill University). Her solo verse play with music “Yes! Because…” has toured internationally to the United Solo Theatre Performance Festival in New York, Bread & Roses Theatre London, Liverpool Fringe Festival, CornerHOUSE Theatre in Surbiton, as well as Westruther and Edinburgh in Scotland. She recently played The Busker in “The Bottom Line” at the cornerHOUSE Theatre, Surbiton, as well as the title role in The Real Mother of Marilyn Monroe and the lead role in Reality – the Final for the Out of the Wings Festivals in London, and directed "Survival for Life" for the Princes Road Synagogue, Liverpool.

Flloyd has published three collection of poetry, "Sunsets & Kites", "Home is Where I Hang My Pot" and “It’s Only a Matter of Time”, available to order from her website,  at your local bookstore and from online book selling sites.

"Am I Old Yet?" is an audio drama/comedy podcast, written and performed by Flloyd, with guest artists, in which the 10-12 minute episodes reveal the life of an elderly Australian woman as she negotiates her ageing life in the UK with the help of, and sometimes in spite of, her family, friends and random strangers - including some ancient Greek deities.  

Flloyd's Portfolio



  • Acting
  • Voice Coaching
  • Sound Design
  • Research
  • Voiceover


  • AT2020, Shure MV7