Alice Fearn biography Alice Fearn was born on 23rd October 1983. She is a professional singer and actress in America, best known for her work in films like Into the Woods, Robin Hood and Les Miserables. Alice began her career by working in The Woman in White at the Palace Theatre where she was understudying Laura Fairlie. Soon after, she became a part of the Les Miserables cast, then playing at the Queen’s Theatre. She portrayed the role of Factory Girl and understudied Cosette 7 Fantine. As well as having a long list of theatre credits, she has been in several workshops. These include Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Catch Me If You Can, Easter Parade, Jason and the Argonauts, and Jones: The Musical. Theatre: Her theatre credits include the role of Nancy in Oliver! (Watermill Theatre, Newbury); Renee in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Sugar Plum Fairy/Gingy in Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Rapunzel in Into The Woods (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); Annie Get Your Gun (Young Vic) and Princess Aurora in Awaking Beauty (Stephen Joseph Theatre). Film: Alice has sung in various films, including How to Train Your Dragon, Sweeney Todd, Frankenweenie, Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland, Life of Pi and Mamma Mia.