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Miranda Wilson is an actor, director and dialect coach recently returned to her acting career, now in London. While raising her children, she lived in Lewes, East Sussex, where she set up The Lewes New School, a holistic primary school, which opened in September 2000.

Her first professional acting role, under the name Cheryl-Ann Wilson, was as a series regular on Days Of Our Lives playing Megan Hathaway DiMera, for which she received the “Best Villainess on US Daytime TV” Award. She went on to play two more series regular roles on Capitol and Santa Barbara, before leaving L.A. to start a family. She also guest starred with William Shatner on T.J. Hooker, with Timothy Busfield on Trapper John M.D. and with Jack Scalia on Wolf.

Miranda performed in several theatre productions during and between her television roles, including The Globe Theatre, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Beverly Hills Playhouse, More Warhits, The McGaw Theatre, The Rivals and Morgan-Wixon Theatre, Terra Nova, as well as Santa Barbara Ensemble Theatre, Ladyhouse Blues. Miranda reappeared on stage in London, summer 2014, at Waterloo East Theatre in Whistleblower – The Story Of Edward Snowden.

Immediately, back into her acting career in 2015, Miranda received a “Best Actress” award at the Queens World Film Festival for her role in the film Beneath Water by Charlie Manton. She played the mother of the female lead in a high energy dance and music feature film, High Strung by Michael Damian, released April 2016. She has also recently completed several short films; Second Skin, Asylum, Couples Counselling, currently beginning the festival circuit. And the feature film Time Will Tell, due to be released winter 2016.

Miranda is a Voice and Movement tutor at Met Film School and takes private clients for Dialect coaching on all American dialects, as well as accent reduction.

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