Daisy Waterstone

Drama Foundation

Daisy Waterstone

Daisy completed her training at CSVPA and moved straight from the Drama Foundation course into professional work. She made her professional stage debut at The Old Vic in Yael Farber's production of The Cruicible. Television includes: Silent Witness (BBC), Cyber Bully (Channel 4). Film includes: Testament of Youth

"My time at CSVPA was an experience that I needed. I firmly believe that an actor never completes their training, even if they've done a three-year course at drama school. They learn new things in every job they do, and every experience they have. CSVPA gave me a huge support and guidance as to the sort of actor, and person I am. It made me grow up a lot and I'm so grateful that I had the chance and opportunity to do a Foundation course taught by such talented people. It was truly inspiring and everything a foundation course should be and more. It was so special because the class sizes were so small. The extra support, care and help were received from our teachers was something we craved and managed to get. They know you really well, which mean they teach you really well.

There are so many different ways to become an actor, it happens differently for everyone, but only if you work hard. Stand your ground and push for it, don't wait around for something to happen. Take matters into your own hands and don't beat yourself up for anything. On the Drama Foundation, you'll get everything you need and more out of it - it will set you for life."

"It was truly inspiring and everything a foundation course should be"