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Tous nos profs sont natifs ou anglophones et comédiens. Ils ont tous ce petit quelque chose qui fait que les ados comme les petits accrochent et s’éclatent !


Ingrid Ivorra Ingrid Ivorra, a versatile artist, thrived in the audition-only maitrise de Paris children's choir and perfected her English during a 10-month exchange program. With appearances in plays and short films, she now combines her passion for acting and music while teaching theater and music in English since 2020.

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Born and raised in Western Canada, Carline Lemire Steel studied physical theatre in Edmonton and film acting at the Vancouver Film School. She has taught theatre workshops and lead drama clubs in various school settings. She also has a great passion for travelling which has led her to acquire new skills:  teaching English to both children and adults in locations such as Taiwan, South America and of course Paris. Delighted to be part of the Act and Bloom team, Carline appreciates having the opportunity to use a combination of her acting and teaching expertise. She strongly believes that languages and the arts can truly enrich lives!

Born and raised in Vancouver, Taylor Scott moved to Paris after receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia. Taylor has written, performed, and directed several anglophone productions in Paris, and she is a founding member of Cygnet Theatre, Paris' only English-speaking Shakespeare company. She has a foundation in Early Years Education after working as a kindergarten assistant in the UK, and her favourite way to teach English is through song and theater !


Pamela Silverthorn is a Paris based actress and theatre teacher, coming from Ontario, Canada.  She first stumbled upon the stage in her teen years, against all stage fright, and was surprised to find a world of personal expression and freedom through a love for play and imagination. She's since performed in and directed various productions throughout Canada, and Paris, where she has now resided for eight years.

After her training as an actress at Cours Florent, she's had the joy of helping to guide and teach children of different ages with language and confidence through theatre, over the last five years.


Pascale Seigneurie is a trilingual Lebanese-American actress, dancer and screenwriter trained at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique in Paris and Fordham University in NYC. Her stage work includes performances with New York theatre companies such as The Lark, Noor Theatre and Polybe+Seats. Her screen work includes the lead role in a feature-length sports drama titled Roads to Olympia, as well as multiple award-winning shorts, three of which she also wrote: Abroad (2021 Khayrallah Art Prize), Manara (2019 Venice Film Festival) and Roadblock (2021 FIFFOG d'Argent).
In parallel to her own acting pursuits, Pascale is delighted to teach weekly theatre classes to the children of Act&Bloom! She believes in fostering a friendly classroom environment where children are given the freedom to express themselves, use their imagination and have FUN - all while gaining a valuable language skill!

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Layla Kirk is a Scottish, Trinidadian, South African Indian actor, born and bred in Aberdeen. Six years ago, Layla moved to London to pursue an acting career where she spent two years studying screen acting at the 3 Mills Studios. Layla played the role of Iona Khan Junior in Karen Pirie (World Productions) which was released last  year on ITV.  In 2022 she finished working on an 8-part TV series In Riga, playing one of the lead characters. On her return she filmed horror movie ‘Mercy Falls’ which was shot around Scotland. Layla plays Sunnah in season 2 of Beta Female (BBC Radio 4). In January 2023 Layla played Roxy (lead) in play Moonset which toured Glasgow and Edinburgh. Layla now resides in Paris where she teaches Acting in English as well as English around Paris. Layla still auditions frequently and manages to peruse her dreams whilst sharing her experiences and skills with the children she meets.

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Elsa Parent Koenig is a Franco-American actress. She trained in London, and is now based in Paris. She worked in New York and Paris both on stage and camera. She taught theater to children ranging from 3 to 18, both in France and America. Having herself been brought up in both English and French, she naturally went towards teaching languages to children. She taught English and French to children in Paris and New York. She enjoys using many different techniques for theater and language learning, from yoga to masks and improv. She believes theater should be used as a tool for self development and most of all, fun!

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Michael Cohen was initiated into theatre in London, where he spent 6 years of his youth. In Paris, he met several drama teachers, and loved to see different playing methods. He plays, in France mostly today, on stage or in front of a camera, almost every week, and is still as delighted as when he started.He is happy to combine two passion of his : pass down what he learned, and speak English.

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Lorentz Ivorra is a singer, dancer, and vocal coach and the child of two opera singers. He was trained by famous coaches such as Emmanuelle Krebs or Cecil L. Recchia and has been teaching singing for over 6 years now. He's diversified his approach for the past two years and started leading communication courses about vocal and physical expression. 

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Marianne Mayer-Thibault is a Franco-British drama teacher who has taught language through drama in England, China and France. She has worked in a variety of settings - summer camps, schools, companies... and with all age groups. She loves how drama classes enable students to develop their creativity and connect to their imagination, whether working with 5 years olds or adults! Watching as they learn to listen to each other and work as a collective is also a highlight of teaching for her. 
As well as teaching, Marianne has worked internationally as an actress, director and playwright. She is also a newly qualified dramatherapist. Underpinning these different activities is her love of theatre and her absolute belief in its power to teach, move and inspire.

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Raluca Nechita is a young actress and English/Acting teacher in Paris. She trained at the Cours Florent and KEYS Acting Studio as an actress and has had stage and film experience in both French and English. Her experience in working with children ranges from theater games, improvisation, focus exercises, character building, as well as singing and dancing. She has helped stage and put on several plays and musicals for children aged 3 to 17 and she has also contributed to as a writer for some of them.

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Elie is a bilingual Franco-American actor who grew up inspired by Broadway Musicals. He started drama classes at eight years old and has always loved theater and musical theater. After getting a BSc in Psychology from the Cardiff University in 2020, he went on to study musical theater in Paris earning his diploma in 2023. Since then, he has founded and leads a musical theater company called Singular! Musicals, currently working on a show coming soon! Elie has also been teaching English in English schools and musical theater in public schools in Paris and in summer theater camps. 

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Ophélia Deglin is a young bilingual actress living in Paris. She trained in the English section of the Cours Florent, where she studied several theatrical methods (Meisner, Stanislavski, Lecoq, etc.).  

She is interested in the development and education of children, whom she greatly admires for their boundless imagination, and she advocates education through theater. Ophelia is also passionate about singing and dancing, two art forms she likes to integrate in her artistic projects.


    Isabelle Cadé est comédienne, anglophone, a suivi sa formation chez Jean Perimony, Steve Kalfa et Tania Lopert (Actors sudio). Elle a joué entre autres Molière, Feydeau, Guitry, Labiche, Bacri/Jaoui, Tchekhov, mais aussi Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde...Formée à l'enseignement et la prise de parole en public, Isabelle décide en 2009 d'allier ses deux passions, le théâtre et l'anglais, en rejoignant la Compagnie Act&bloom. Maman de deux enfants, elle prend conscience des limites de l'enseignement de l'anglais en milieu scolaire et des bienfaits du théâtre dans le développement personnel. 

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