Jarneia Richard-Noel biography Born 12th June 1994, Jarneia Richard-Noel is an English theatre actress who debuted off-West End in 2019, portraying the character of Catherine of Aragon in Six the Musical. The London-based performer is also a singer and dancer. Her singing skills include blues, pop and R&B singing, and she is also capable of street, hip hop and commercial dancing. Training: Jarneia went to The Urdang Academy to pursue a National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre, graduating in 2017. Theatre: While training, she has performed in several musicals, playing the role of Helena in Lisa Came’s Shakespeare Shorts (2016); Lady Of The Lake in Phillip Michael Thomas’ Spamalot; Miss Gardner in Joseph C. Walsh’s Carrie: The Musical, and Joanne Jefferson in Hannah Chissick’s Rent. Other Credits: She was also a featured dancer in Nathan ‘Neo’ Gordon’s Co Equal at The Urdang Academy (2016); solo singer in Laura Hickman’s Xmas Factor at the Iris Theatre (2016); ensemble in James Taylor and Danielle Tarento’s The Color Purple Concert (2017); singer/dancer in Adam Jenkins’ P&O Carnival UK (Headliners Theatre Company, 2017); dancer in Natasha Hayes’ Vanarama Commercial (Vanarama/Agile Company, 2018).