Originally from North Yorkshire, Yvonne is a young actor based in London, represented by Julie Fox Associates. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Acting, from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts last year. She also graduated from the LIPA foundation for acting and musical theatre in 2014. Her recent roles include Tiny Tom in LIPA's production of Urinetown and Margaret in Mary Barton directed by Chris Tomlinson. Other roles in training include Masa in 3 Winters, directed by Steve Buckwald, Marcus and the Nurse in Titus Andronicus directed by Judith Mcspadden, and Natalya Meklin in (Fire) Embers (Ash), written and directed by Hailey Mashburn, and played in Liverpool's St James Gardens.
During her time at LIPA, Yvonne founded the Proper Good Theatre Company with which she hopes to nurture theatre that challenges the representation of women in history. She is passionate about encouraging new writing to create better opportunities for women actors. She directed Horizon, a short play about 18th century Pirates, Anne Bonny and Mary Read, also written by Hailey Mashburn, which played at the 2016 LIPA short play festival. Yvonne hosted a workshop from which a new play, My Brethren by Karen Young, was developed. My Brethren shares the sisterhood of girls and women who grew up in the Excusive Brethren cult, during the 60s. This February she produced My Brethren, alongside an adaption of Margaret Atwood's feminist novel, The Handmaid's Tale, for the first Proper Good Play Festival in the Sennheiser Theatre, LIPA. She is also created 'A Living Timeline' with Open Culture, for Light Night 2017, an exhibition using live actors to create a timeline of Liverpool's rich history.