Eugenia is a Singaporean-born, British East/South East Asian character actress of Chinese heritage based in London.
An expressive, naturalistic performer with a feisty edge, Eugenia leaps fearlessly into larger-than-life characters with the same commitment to vulnerability and truth that she delivers in subtler, more realistic roles. Endearingly quirky and lovable in comedic parts, she is equally at home playing driven, emotional caregivers and authority figures.
Eugenia's theatrical interests range from feminist political theatre, theatre in translation and inclusive new writing, to original cue-script Shakespearean practice. In London, she has performed at the Arcola Theatre, Theatre 503 and the Park Theatre. She works regularly with cue-script Shakespeare company Shake-Scene Shakespeare and international theatre company Foreign Affairs, and has worked on 6 productions (5 as a performer and 1 as associate director) with The Stage Awards Digital Project of the Year nominee and OnComm award-winning The Show Must Go Online.
In 2019, she played high stakes poker player Madam Wu (character originally played by Tsai Chin) in Secret Cinema's 'Casino Royale', directed by Angus Jackson and Tom Maller. More recently, she played a variety of characters on stage in Foreign Affairs' 'The Wetsuitman' at the Arcola Theatre. She also appears in Alasdair Mackay's feature film 'Anonymous', currently streaming on Prime Video, and Paris Zarcilla's SXSW Narrative Fiction Grand Jury award winner 'Raging Grace'.
Eugenia is represented by Lola Williams and John Byrne at New Wonder Management.