Pippa Winslow is an actress, singer and voice artist. Originally from the US, Pippa trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco (MFA in Acting) and at the University of California, Irvine (BA in Drama).
After training, Pippa moved to New York City where she created the role of The Thought Girl in the Off-Broadway musical, OPAL and briefly appeared on the daytime drama THE GUIDING LIGHT. Pippa toured the US with the 1st National Tour of David Henry Hwang's play M. BUTTERFLY and with Andrew Lloyd Webber's THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
In 2001 Pippa moved to the UK and after taking time out to raise a family returned to the stage in 2010 with the new musical LEGACY FALLS at the Charing Cross Theatre. Since then she has appeared in many stage, film and TV projects including the UK Tour of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, in the West End with BURIED CHILD at Trafalgar Studios, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN at the Gielgud Theatre and OTHER DESERT CITIES at the Old Vic as well as playing Carlotta in the UK premiere of Yeston and Kopit's PHANTOM.
In May 2017 Pippa will be touring to the BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL, GUILDFORD FRINGE, FARNHAM FLASH FESTIVAL and other venues with a new one woman musical by Jack Lynch combining storytelling with jazz standards called YOU GIVE ME FEVER - THE PHAEDRA CABARET.
In 2014 Pippa created the one-woman show, JUST A HOUSEWIFE, a hilarious and heartfelt cabaret of comedy and musical gems that playfully explores the challenges of balancing career and family. West End Wilma wrote: "Winslow knows how to 'wow' her audience through natural ease with both comedy and song." 5 stars.
"Winslow is nothing short of a treasure; fabulous voice, exudes glamour, wonderfully dry sense of humour and plenty of charisma." 5 stars - VIEWS FROM THE GODS
"Pippa dazzled the audience from start to finish." - A YOUNGER THEATRE
"Pippa held the audience in the palm of her hand with her great humour and her natural gift of enchanting a crowd." - SURREY LIFE
"Pippa has a keen and sometimes naughty sense of humour and an irreverent view of the world which is infectious." - LONDON THEATRE1.COM