Francine is one of the UK’s best-loved impressionist who took us all by storm in 2013 on Britain’s Got Talent, making it all the way to the final with her incredible talent and disarming sense of humour.
Since then she has gone on to be nominated by the UK public for The Most Popular Female Personality of the year and has attracted nearly 100,000 Twitter followers, illustrating how she has become one of Britain’s most sought-after comedy faces.
.Star of Channel 4’s much acclaimed ‘VIP’, Francine started doing impressions of her teachers and fellow pupils when she was only 5 years old. She was both accurate and humorous and was always being asked to entertain her family and friends. She went on to join Kids & Co. Drama School in London, where she studied acting, singing and dancing.
As a teenager, she became a television soap addict and picked up the mannerisms and voices of the characters with ease. Over the years she has continued to extend her range of characters, including male personalities as well as female. Today her favourite impressions include Gemma Collins, Sharon Osborne, Katie Price, Geri Halliwell, Amy Childs, Vanessa Feltz, Janet Street Porter, Cheryl Cole, Darcey Bussell Dot Cotton, Stacey Soloman, to name just a few!
Although impressions are her forte, she is also an experienced comedy actress and has graced many stage productions including Aladdin, Bugsy Malone, Minstrel Spectacular, Snow White and Babes in the Wood. In June 2012 she took a cameo role in ‘WAG the Musical’ where she got to sing and act as the hilarious comedy character Charmaine. This Christmas will see her take part in a major new Panto playing the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella at The Shaw Theatre.
Francine has extensive presenting experience and is always open to new and exciting TV, Film and stage opportunities. She also writes a column for the Sun on the latest Britain’s Got Talent.
Here's her performances on 'Britain's Got Talent'. She's also available with our other hilarious BGT impressionist DARREN ALTMAN
Francine is available at Great British Speakers in partnership with White Management.