Christina Carty

Christina Carty

Screenwriter

about

Alum of The Oxford School of Drama Christina began her career in front of the camera, landing roles including the lead in Belonging to Laura (TV3), Virginia Woolf in Downton Abbey (ITV) and Woolf again in the feature London Unplugged (2018). Christina pivoted to writing and began on the playwriting course at the National Theatre where she wrote musical Skydiving (R&D Shoreditch Townhall) and The Intern (workshopped Southbank Centre). She co-wrote TV piece Filthy (A Funny Women screenwriting finalist) which was optioned by DLT Entertainment and Milly & Claire, optioned by What Larks. She is currently writing coming of age comedy-drama Ag Briseadh Tríd (Breaking Through) for Blinder Films and Irish broadcaster TG4 whilst developing Vernons – an ensemble family comedy for stage. Christina is currently doing an MA in Creative Writing at Brunel University where she is writing her debut novel. Christina has had poetry published by Dreich Magazine, Black Flowers, and commissioned by London Irish Centre. She is based in London.

 

Represented by David Kayser