Biography

Ruth is an award winning actress working in theatre, film, television and voice over.

 

She has performed all over the world including the West End, National Theatre, New York and Tokyo. She has worked with many companies including The Royal Shakespeare Company, Terry Johnson, Alan Ayckbourn and Shakespeare's Globe.

 

She won an MEN Best Actress award for her role as Sidney in Independent Means at the Library Theatre, Manchester. TV and film credits include Moomins on the Riviera, Call The Midwife, The Pact and Judge John Deed for the BBC, Babylon for Channel 4, film The Fridge for BFI and feature film Good Girl Bad Girl. She also voices the character Sabrina Glevissig in the popular video game Witcher.

 

Ruth is the voice of EE mobile phones and has recorded numerous adverts for television and radio including Ariel washing powder, Samsung and British Airways as well as in-house work for American Express, HSBC, Co-operative Bank and The Times. She was featured on the BBC's Culture Show and in The Readers Digest as one of the UK's most famous voices.

 

Ruth Trained at Hull University, Guildford School of Acting and École Phillipe Gaulier.

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Reviews

Ruth Gibson is neurotic and immaculate as Dolores

- The Observer

 

Ruth Gibson does strong work as Dolores, fragile yet composed, a woman growing into herself

- The Stage

 

Ruth Gibson gives the performance of the night

- The Evening Standard 

 

A wonderful central performance from Ruth Gibson

- Metro

 

Ruth Gibson is full of fire and steel

- Michael Billington, The Guardian

 

Ruth Gibson is particularly impressive as Jane

- BBC

 

The show’s glamorous and morally bankrupt presenter is superbly played by Ruth Gibson
- The Daily Telegraph

 

Ruth Gibson is deeply affecting.  I ended up wanting to give her a hug
- Birmingham Post

 

Ruth Gibson’s portrayal of Sidney is worthy of much praise, packing bite with every line
- The Public Review

 

Ruth Gibson gives a strong and equally natural performance
- The British Theatre Guide

 

Ruth Gibson’s handling of this scene, as with everything else in her subtle, outstanding performance was exemplary
- The Western Mail

 

Gibson is quite wonderful as the vividly imaginative Anne
- Londontheatre.co.uk

 

Gibson never lets the character slip, never nudges the audience into laughter.
- What’s on Stage

 

Ruth Gibson’s spirited Anne stands out
- Evening Standard