Slackline Sleepover Actor, Jessica Munna

Jessica is a US born, UK-based actor. She graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in 2019, and has also trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD). Most known for her role in cult horror short film, Guest, Jessica’s performances across theatre, film, and voice, have been described as “tour de force”, “glorious” and “portraying a quiet violence.” She most recently appeared in Megan Earl’s Moral Women at the Wandsworth Arts Fringe, and she will next be appearing in Distant Memories Of The Near Future and her debut solo show Pieces Of Us, both of which will be premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Jessica is a veteran of Offie-winning Degenerate Fox, SOHO Young Company, and the Shrill Writer’s Residency.  She’s a member of the Young Vic Creator’s Program and was the recipient of a 2022 Barrel Organ commission for her live/streamed intersectional feminist comedy drag extravaganza with fellow artist Madiha Ansari, “What A Drag!”

Jessica is represented by New Wonder Management. @JessicaMunna