Exposed to the world of performing arts from an early age, Cinsyla Key started auditioning for local singing/dance competitions and theatre companies at the age of seven, with success, and appeared in a series of educational theatre tours dedicated to Moliere's work.
After succeeding an Arts degree at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles, she came back to performing arts through a first MA collaborating with the Royal Conversatory of Brussels, where she directed her courses to film performances analysis. From that point she navigated a gradual hill up the acting craft. While appearing briefly in international feature films, she took back the road of auditions and academies in Ireland and England, worked with the theatre director Andrew Visnevski on his RADA workshop, until getting her chance at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in 2007 where she attended a summer Shakespeare course before having been offered a place on its renowned PG (Dip)Classical acting. She got there first meaningful acting experiences by playing Shakespearean characters and developing a particular interest for James M. Barrie, Edgar Allan Poe and a partiality for unusual parts.
Today, as an active member of the British Actors' Equity, affiliated to Spotlight and legally represented in London by Lee & Thompson, she has already grabbed a variety of Acting work in theatre and film. She has worked with directors Alain Berliner, Francois Ozon, Eric Emmanuel Schmitt, Jaco Van Dormael and Martin McDonagh, and appeared next to actors such as Billy Boyd, Sam Neill, Diane Kruger, Jared Leto, Sarah Polley and Aaron Eckhart, to name but a few. She has also associated her name with the Philipp Stolzl's production, The Expatriate, and concept photo shoots connected to fashion campaigns launched in the UK and France by top fashion designers like Jean-Paul Gaultier.
Name: CinSyla Key
Known for: Untitled William Butler Yeats Project