About Lisa Mulidore
What sets Lisa Mulidore apart from many of the public relations exponents in her field is that she previously had a successful career as an actress and dancer. This was prior to taking a career break to raise her children. As a result, Mulidore can confidently claim, "I understand the nature of show business and, more importantly, the insecurities performers endure."
Lisa was a member of Dougie Squires' Second Generation dance group for two years. Her theatre credits include playing Jessie in the musical, The Matchgirls, appearing as Cha-Cha Digreggorio in a national tour of Grease and playing Brooke Ashton in Noises Off at the Savoy Theatre in the West End. Lisa's also played the role of Dianne Reaper in the farce, A Bit On the Side, at the Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man, and Richmond Theatre. In addition, she appeared in pantomime's including Aladdin and Mother Goose.
Lisa's television credits include playing Christine Keeler in a pilot film for Channel 4 called Happy Girl, and playing Janice Henley in the crime drama series, King and Castle, for Thames Television. Lisa also took over the role of hostess on Thames Television's long-running game show, Whose Baby?, for one series. This gave her the opportunity of working alongside the much-missed comedian, Bernie Winters. Benny Hill also invited Lisa to appear as a dancer for a number of editions of his hit Thames Television comedy series, The Benny Hill Show.
Lisa's film credits include appearing as a tap dancer in LucasFilms' Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and appearing in Michael Winner's The Wicked Lady.
Lisa now offers a number of PR services to new and established performers, especially on the cabaret circuit. Her recent clients have included Annabel Leventon, Aimi Macdonald, Robert Meadmore, Dougie Squires, John Standing and Marti Webb.
For more information on the services Lisa can provide, please visit the Services Available page or contact her via the Contact Me page.