Louisa Connolly-Burnham

Louisa Sarah Anne Connolly-Burnham is a British actress born June 23rd 1992 in Solihull, England. She is the daughter of Anthony Burnham and Tracey Connolly, has two younger brothers Tyler and William, and was raised in Buckinghamshire, England.

She graduated from Tring Park School for the Performing Arts (formerly The Arts Educational School, Tring Park) with straight distinctions in her Performing Arts Diploma, the annual Classical Acting Award and a Grade 8 distinction in singing.

Louisa is best known for her performances as Shannon Kelly in Bafta-nominated Wolfblood, Willow Jenks in Bafta-nominated House of Anubis and Avril Fox in Bafta-nominated Call The Midwife.

She has also appeared in the multi-award winning short film Beneath Water for which she was nominated for Best Actress at the Queens World Film Festival , ITV’s Midsomer Murders, Sky1’s Little Crackers, BBC’s Holby City, Doctors and Outbumbered.