Elisabeth graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London with a BA in classical acting in 2003, on top of her training in physical theatre at Circomedia in Bristol. In addition to being Artistic Director for The Norwegian Shakespeare Company and working as a freelance actor, she teaches acting, Shakespeare and voice and speech, and Alexander Technique on the BA Acting course at Westerdals Oslo ACT.
Selected credits as an actress: Many Voices (American Drama Group 2009), Naked Soldiers (Croydon Warehouse 2010), Radio Days (Tour with Den Kulturellespaserstokken, 2011), Hedda Gabler (Thea, The International Ibsen Stage, London 2012), Macbeth – the Making of a Murderer (Lady M, NSC, 2013-2014), Ibsen Montage (Hedda, Gina, Fru Alving, Nora, The International Ibsen Stage Gamle Rådhus 2014), The Best of Shakespeare Part 1: Lust (Tour with Den kulturelle skolesekken 2015-2017), Like for Like (Escala, Mariana, Akershus Teater 2016)
As a director: Makt og Motstand (Westerdals Oslo Act 2013), Kjære Procurator (Ås Kulturhus 2014), Ferdinand (Asylet 2014), Macbeth (Stockholm English Speaking Theatre, 2015), Macbeth and 12th Night (Westerdals Oslo Act 2017).
Elisabeth won the award for Best Actress in a Feature Film at The Peloponnesian Corinthian International Film Festival and at Fest Film Kosova HNF for her role as “Damsel” in the British film “Shadow Gene” in 2014.