Rhiannon Lattimer is an actor currently based in London, and splits her time working between London and NYC. Most recently she has worked with award winning filmmakers, Tommy Davis and Chad Gardella, whilst treading the boards playing the roles of Agave in Euripides' The Bacchae, Henry Bolingbroke in ‘Richard’ II and Paulina in ‘The Winters Tale’.
Rhiannon also works as a model - commercially in print as well as an artist's model. She can be seen in Daiya Foods recent "Cheezier than Ever" commercial campaign and sits for artists at the prestigious Florence Academy of Fine Art, The Century Association, Chelsea Classical Studio and Minerva's Drawing Studio.
Upon her graduation from The American Academy of Dramatic Art,NY, Rhiannon was invited to join the Academy's third year of conservatory training - The Academy Company.
Whilst Training at AADA she collaborated with The Drama Desk award winner, and Tony nominee Douglas Carter Beane on his New Musical Robin Hood, and was tutored by Three Time Tony winner and Oscar Nominee Frank Langella.
Prior to her studies at AADA Rhiannon trained from the age of fourteen at the renowned BRIT School of Performing Arts and Technology which spring boarded the likes of Adele, Ashley Madekwe, and Cush Jumbo, into the industry.
Whilst living in the UK Rhiannon played Viola in Twelfth Night with The Polesden Lacey Shakespeare Company and Lyra, the protagonist in His Dark Materials - the six-hour, two-part fantasy epic at The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
A Jack Petchy award winner for her achievements in Irish Dancing, Rhiannon had an illustrious thirteen year competitive career in the irish dance world.
When she isn't working she can be found relaxing with a cup of tea at home with her husband Isaac or walking their cat Pantalaimon.