Ambreen is an Actress & Writer from South London. Her critically acclaimed play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl toured nationally around the UK and has been adapted as a BBC three Pilot.

Her play ‘POT’ was published by Oberon books and completed it’s UK National Tour around the country, focusing heavily on girls in gangs and children growing up in the UK care system, She  co wrote and screened her short filmed ‘Relapse’, which explores the UK’s prison system . Ambreen has performed and worked in women’s prisons across the UK. She continues to facilitate workshops with young women, undertaking and discussing issues such as radicalisation, body image, domestic violence, FGM, Girls in Gangs and consent. Ambreens latest play ‘The Nest’ (Working Title) has been commissioned by Clean Break in conjunction with the Bush Theatre, exploring the aftermath for Muslim women leaving the UK’s prison system. Recent acting credits include – Hounslow Diaries (BBC), Black Mirror (Netflix), This Way Up (Channel 4) and Trigonometry (BBC 2) which is set to air later this year. Awards include Best Newcomer (Asian Media Awards)  and Eastern Eye Emerging artist award, 2017. Ambreen was nominated for the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Women of the World in 2017 and won best emerging writer at this years Edinburgh Television Awards.