Tanisha Spring

Tanisha Spring is a professional singer, songwriter and actress based in London. Currently appearing as Nefertari in The Prince of Egypt, she is highly skilled in a cappella, choral and cabaret singing, as well as Caribbean dancing. Tanisha is also experienced in fashion design, styling and event hosting.

 

Theatre:

Her theatre credits include Janelle in Marc Bruni and Mark Rubenstein's Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (2016); ensemble in Kwame Kwei-Armah's One Love (2017); Story Jenny in Nigel Harman's Big Fish (ATG, 2017); Radio and understudy Emmie Thibodeaux in Michael Longhurst's Caroline, Or Change at the Playhouse Theatre (2018); Crystal in Stephen Mear's Little Shop of Horrors at the Storyhouse (2019); Linda in Andrew Beckett's Making Porn at Above The Stag (2019); Cassi in Lakesha Arie-Angelo's Shuck 'N' Jive at the Soho Theatre (2019); Nefertari and first cover Tzipporah in Scott Schwartz's The Prince Of Egypt (Neil Laidlaw Productions/West End, 2020).

Film:

She has worked in feature films like Yardie (BBC Films/Warp Films, 2017) as the female lead stand-in and Rocketman (Marv Films, 2019) as Sylvia. Tanisha was in the 2017 short film Once An Old Lady Sat On My Chest.

Music:

She was part of various recordings such as Stephen Schwartz's The Prince of Egypt Musical Cast Album (2020); her music credits include Lights EP and 11th Floor (Island Records, 2013).

Workshops:

Her work in workshops includes the role of Connie in Confessions (Kansley & Lidert Ltd, 2019); Mrs Goodman in Andrew Keates' Terror At The Sweet Shop (2019); Hera in Adele Thomas' The Trojan Woman (2019).

Commercial:

Her experience in ads involves playing Saskia in the Sewing Machine commercial for Smart Energy (2018) and Hero in She Nose Best for Old Spice (2018).