Singer | Actor | Performer
Carole Stennett is a singer and actress of Jamaican heritage from Haringey, North London.
With an array of experience working nationally and internationally
for over 16 years, Carole has performed in a variety of roles. Her previous theatre work includes: Miss Forsythe (Death of a Salesman), Narrator (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat), Rachel Marron (The Bodyguard) and Nala (The Lion King).
After studying A level drama, Carole went on to complete a BSc/BA Hons degree in Mass Communications and Film Studies followed by
a Popular Music Performance Course at Vocaltech.
Carole is passionate about community initiatives and has previously volunteered for several organisations including Hackney Pirates, Muswell Hill Homeless shelter
and The Alzheimer’s Society – Singing for the brain programme.
As well as providing backing vocals for various artists, Carole writes and creates her own music inspired by her gospel and R&B influences.