Whether sharing a tender touch, a laugh, or embodying brokenness, Linette still thrives on the stage where her talents were first developed. The classical training she earned at Drama Centre London, combined with her enduring passion for storytelling, prepared her for excellence. She's risen above the theatrical challenges laid down by greats like Shakespeare, Chekhov and Brecht by delivering memorable performances. 

Lady Macbeth, the beautiful and strident Linette Beaumont, gives an excellent performance. The journey she takes from manipulate harpy to broken queen, is vividly portrayed. Compelling performance.
— UK Theatre Network
Luckily the evening is saved by a touching domestic relationship, played for real by Brian E.Cook as the ageing Sir Peter Teazle, and his young wife, the delicious Linette Beaumont as a provincial girl...
— John Thaxter, The Stage Reviews
There are some excellent comic scenes. Linette Beaumont’s northern Lady Teazle provides a welcome variation from the gentrified English of the rest of the cast. Spirited performance, cleverly capturing the characters’ ridiculous affectations and pretensions.
— The Review, Jennie Gruner, Camden New Journal London


Theatrical Training

Linette's love of the stage and performance came early in life. From the age of three, she trained as a classical ballet dancer and performed prolifically before falling in love with acting.

She counts some of the world's most celebrated film stars as her peers; while studying the methods of Constantin Stanislavski and Uta Hagen at the prestigious Drama Centre London, she counted the likes of Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy, Russell Brand and other notables amongst her fellows.

Linette's rigorous training was mentored by Drama Centre co-founders Yat Malgrem, who formalized the marriage of movement with acting, and Christopher Fettes, who combined the traditional European method with Stanislavki's contemporary style. Both were key figures in England's theatre scene throughout the mid-to-late 20th century and Linette considers them two of her most influential mentors.
 

 

Drama Centre London Credits

HANDBAG
Lorraine
Peter Farago

SOMETHING UNSPOKEN
Grace Lancaster
Charley Sherman

THE BEAR
Mrs. Popov
Oleg Mirochnikov

THE MAN OF MODE
Bellinda
Christopher Fettes

SEAGULL
Arkadina
Reuven Adiv

ROMEO AND JULIET
Juliet
James Neale-Kennerley

HOTEL PARADISO
Victoire
George Feydeau, Oleg Mirochnikov

NAPOLI MILLIONARIA
Theresa
Reuven Adiv

 

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY
Natalya Petrovna
Oleg Mirochnikov

THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE
Emily Voysey
Christopher Fettes

THE TUTOR
Mrs. Rehaar
James Neale-Kennerley

THIS HAPPY BREED
Sylvia
Jenny Lipman