Leah will next be seen on screen in Netflix’s brand new series Fate: The Winx Saga .
Leah Minto is an Oxford School of Drama graduate (2019) and was mostly recently seen on screen in the film adaptation of Dublin Old School, by Emmet Kirwan and Dave Tynan. She was also a series regular in the TV series Redrock in the role of Police Officer Ash Cahill .
Her first stage performance was as Agnes in August Strindburg’s “A Dream Play” directed by Jimmy Fay in the Peacock Theatre, Dublin as part of National Youth Theatre. As a member of Dublin Youth Theatre, Leah played “the dead girl” in the devised production of Batsh*t performed in Project Arts Centre directed by Gary Keegan. This production went on to be performed in the Fyfe Theatre Festival, Edinburgh. In 2012, she played Susan Brady in “Playboy of the Western World” in Smock Alley theatre, Dublin. Leah has also assistant-directed the adaptation of “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” directed by Jimmy Fay in the New Theatre, Dublin. In 2014, Leah played the role of Gemma in “Veronica” an adaption of the play “Veronia’s Room” by Ira Levin in the Chancery Lane Theatre, Dublin. In the same year she co-devised the show B®itches with Dylan Coburn-Gray that was presented as a work in progress piece in the Collaborations festival, Smock Alley Theatre. It then went on to be performed in the Dublin Fringe Festival. In 2015 she played the role of Perdita in Gary Duggan’s “Run/Don’t Run” directed by Aoife Spillane-Hinx. This production went on a national tour before a run in the Project Arts Centre, Dublin.