About Isabella

Isabella is an Edinburgh based  actress with four decades of Stage, Television, Film  and  Radio experience.

Recent work includes, Framed in Time, a short film about a couple dealing with early onset dementia. Filmed entirely on location in Scotland. Written by Isaac Knights-Washbourn and directed by Camila Arriaga.


How They Roll, written by Janice Galloway and directed by Morag McKinnon for the National Theatre Of Scotland, Scenes For Survival 2020 . Filmed in isolation.


On The Radical Road, scripted and directed by Raymond Raszkowski Ross for The Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and 2019


Donata in  The World  Premiere of ARANDORA STAR written by Raymond Raszkowski Ross and directed by Donald Smith at the Scottish Story Telling Centre in May 2018.


She appeared in On The Radical Road  scripted and directed by Raymond Raskowski Ross for Theatre Objektiv at Summerhall as part of Trad Fest during April 2017


Gertrude in a Scots adaptation of John Gabriel Borkman for Oran Mor. 

 A Play, A Pie and A Pint directed by award winning director, John Carnegie and Anne Putnam in, The Crucible, for The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh directed by internationally acclaimed director John Dove .

Isabella sits on the Council of Equity as National Councillor for Scotland

and has been the elected representative since 2012 till present