Throughout her career, Tremayne has worked across a broad cross section of mediums including: film, TV, interactive music video and radio broadcast.
Drawn towards live performance and theatre, Tremayne has revised material ranging from Chekov to Shakespeare, Anthony Minghella to Ingmar Bergman, Stephen Poliakoff to Melissa Bubnic, to Duncan Macmillan.
Tremayne’s recent projects include starring in a teaser-trailer for Scottish Television’s ‘Inside the Crime Scene’, along with cameos in 'Holby City,’ and an upcoming Netflix series, starring Guy Pearce.
Trained in the ‘Meisner Technique’ under the direction of Scott Williams of The Impulse Company, Tremayne has also taken courses at The Method Studio in Acting for the Camera, and Acting with ‘The Method.’
She continues to hone her craft in Acting at the actors centre, including ad-hoc one-on-one sessions with Laurence Mitchell, that help her explore the given set of circumstances of different characters, as well as language. She also attends a mix of courses and workshops at the actors guild.
Tremayne’s vocal training has included an Advanced Workshop for Professional Singers at the City Lit, and another at Goldsmiths College – University of London in Gospel, Jazz & Soul vocals.
Tremayne received her dance training at The Elizabeth Chamberlain School of Dance in Derbyshire where she grew up. She is currently training in Contemporary Jazz at Pineapple Studios with music video choreographer and teacher, Karen Estabrook.
"An original horror-fable, a slasher pic with whisperings of high-art sensibility"
"An authentic psychosexual film noir, depicting the dark side of love"
"Mix of acute apprehension, impending danger, followed by suspicion and yet, a cautious optimism"
"Bear witness once again to its unprecedented success, altering the dynamics of Hollywood blockbusters for generations"
Synopsis: We've been wearing masks since before Covid. Vivian is tired of putting on a brave face and pretending she's okay.
Performed by Tremayne Miller. Written by Miguel Barrulas. Directed by Ry McVeigh.
Designed by Charlotte Marchant. Music by Dave Humphreys.
A crime story surrounding her death. Lana Clarkson rose to prominence during the 80's in several sword-and-sorcery films but in February 2003 was found dead inside the home of record producer Phil Spector. Spector was charged and convicted for second degree murder in April 13, 2009.
Starring Tremayne (Lana Clarkson), Paul Vigrass (Phil Spector).
Nigel Levy (dir).
Holby City, Series 19: 42. Baggage, dir. Tracey Rooney.
Filmed across 9 and 10 May, 2017.
Aired 25 Jul, 2017.
(Starring: Tremayne Miller as Griselda).