Charlotte Delima is a mixed-race actor. The oldest of four sisters, she was born to a mother from Goa, India, and a British father. She attended Sylvia Young’s Theatre School and the Central School of Speech and Drama, and she holds a BA in English Literature and a MA in Creative Writing from the University of Exeter.
Delima worked in product marketing for many years until deciding she wanted to refocus her priorities on accomplishing what she wanted to in life. She began auditioning for drama school and was accepted to RADA, where she began studying at age 30 and has not looked back since.
At RADA, Delima has performed in the plays Gloria and Twelfth Night and the short film Another Life, as well as course projects of The Provoked Wife, Romeo and Juliet, and Agamemnon. She has been the recipient of the Lilian Baylis Award, the Sir John Gielgud Charitable Trust Award, as well as the Henry Marshall Prize for Most Outstanding Armed Performance. She is currently a finalist for the 2023 Spotlight Prize.
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