Mortemore's diverse career has included extensive tours with such veteran and acclaimed theatre companies as Red Shift, a physical/visual company founded in the early 1980s by artistic director Jonathan Holloway, for whom she played Julianna Borereau in his adaptation of The Aspern Papers. Her following appearances with this company included Lady Sandwich in Poor Mrs. Pepys and Gertrude in Hamlet-First Cut, the first quarto version of Shakespeare's play. With the English Shakespeare Company, she extended her range of the Bard's notable characters as Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Lady Macbeth.
Mortemore has also toured with Cleanbreak Theatre Company appearing as Sandy in playwright Lyn Coghlan's Apache Tears, which won the Peggy Ramsey Award for Best New Commissioned Play in 2000.
Her British repertory work includes seasons at Watford, Bromley, Basingstoke and Hornchurch and just prior to her joining the cast of Harry Potter in January, she appeared in the title role of the Snow Queen at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton.
Previous film work includes short films for the BBC and Channel 4, Miss Quigley in Daphne and Apollo and the wife in Special Occasions. Mortemore has also appeared in several television commercials.
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