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Miranda has appeared in lead roles around the world and in London's West End. She is currently starring in “Dancing In A Winter Wonderland” along side Strictly’s Aljaz and Janette.
She has a publishing deal as a songwriter with SONY, and is a much sought after Choreographer and Resident Director, working with some of the world's biggest Producers and Directors in both London and Los Angeles.
Her West End lead roles include:
Lead Singer in Thriller Live!, and Sheila in Hair - both of which she was also Resident Director on.
Mrs Walker in The Who’s Tommy, Rizzo in Grease, the Narrator in Joseph, Marion in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Lala Anderson in Propaganda Swing, and she portrayed the iconic Doris Day in the world premiere of Ol' Blue Eyes...to name a few!
As a vocalist, Miranda is an established recording artist and a regular with big bands and orchestras, including the prestigious Syd Lawrence Orchestra, the funk big band, Spice Fusion and The London Movie Orchestra. She recently joined the Manchester Camarata for a special James Bond concert and she continues to enjoy sell-out concerts of her solo show, Singing The Songs That Speak, recently filmed by Pinewood Studios for CentreStage TV.
She has had commercial success, such as with the club hit, Mine and her own singles Just Like The Movies, Let Yourself Love Me, Ode To Isolation and Seize The Day.
Miranda’s film credits include Angela in THE POSTMAN (Films United / 51 Degrees Film); Mother, in ANALGESIA (Dacha Studios); Sandra in GOLDFISH (Zaim Oneeb).
"Miranda Wilford - this actress is the girl who has everything. She is ravishingly beautiful, sings like an angel and looks like one"
"Miranda captures every minute nuance in a beautifully voiced performance of painfully anguished maturity... understated brilliance"
"It’s not an outrageous claim to say that there’s more than a little Dusty Springfield in her musical numbers – she really is a wonder"
“Miranda Wilford delivers her usual level of brilliance as Mrs. Walker (Tom- my’s mother) having to age, both physically and in attitude, from carefree young teenager to a middle aged matriarch, her Smash The Mirror an impressive solo.”