Martine McCutcheon is a singer and one of the UK’s most recognisable actresses.
Best known for playing Natalie in Love Actually in 2003, Martine won the Best Actress award from Empire magazine and a Best Transatlantic Breakthrough award from MTV for her part in the film.
Her well-publicised battles with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, (Also known as CFS or ME), and then six years later, with Lyme Disease and Fibromyalgia make her a great choice of speaker and panellist on health and wellness matters.
Her years of experience, charismatic nature, fun personality, and honesty make Martine perfect for an event host or keynote speaker.
Contact Great British Speakers today to book actress and singer Martine McCutcheon for your next event.
Martine McCutcheon gained her first acting role at 12, appearing in an American TV advert for the drink Kool-Aid, leading her to modelling gigs and small television parts. She went on to act in The Bill, EastEnders – which would win her the 1997 National Television Award for Most Popular Actress 1997 and the TV Quick Award in 1998 for Best Actress – Spooks, Agatha Christie’s Marple, and Midsomer Murders.
She has appeared as a guest or contestant on shows including Celebrity Juice, Loose Women, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two, Celebrity Supermarket Sweep, This Morning, Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, The Masked Singer, and The Chris and Rosie Ramsey Show, alongside over 100 others.
As well as appearing on TV and Film screens, Martine has had a successful stage career, winning the Laurence Olivier Award for her portrayal of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady in 2002. She also branched out and released her autobiography Who Does She Think She Is? My Autobiography in 2000, Martine McCutcheon: Behind the Scenes – A Personal Diary, and her debut novel The Mistress in 2009, which reached number five on the bestsellers list.
As well as acting, Martine is a successful singer, achieving a number one hit in 1999 with ‘Perfect Moment’ from her debut album ‘You, Me & Us’, which reached number two.
In 2022, Martine appeared on Rob Brydon’s podcast Bryon &, where they talked about the highs – finding out her part in Love Actually had been written for her – and lows of her career – being expelled from stage school, her schooling, her music, and her personal life.
In 2011 Martine was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, otherwise known as CFS or MS, and then six years later, with Lyme Disease and Fibromyalgia. Having to step back from roles in the media and focus on her mental and physical wellbeing, Martine often explores her medical journey with her 833,000 social media followers.
She is a popular brand ambassador and has worked with Danone’s Activia Yogurts, Pureis CBD, Thérapie Clinic, Tesco, and Fashion World.
Martine is also on our Great British Voices Site within the Celebrity Voices section where you can source a huge number of famous celebrity voices to enhance the communication of your brand and products.
Get in touch with Alex Campbell at Great British Voices on 01753 439289 email@example.com for further information.
Martine’s presentation was really well thought out and her ability to include references to our business into her delivery was amazing. A really professional and eloquent presenter.
Steve Goldstein, Sony Communications Inc.