Carla Langley


Carla has recently finished appearing in Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman, on Broadway, reprising the role she originated at the Royal Court and in the West End.

She recently received rave-reviews for her performance as Gracie in the European Premiere of the one-woman show, Gracie

Along with Shena Carney in The Ferryman, Carla originated the roles of Fan in OrcaNiamh in Future ConditionalEve in Cuddles and Orlaith in Desolate Heaven.

She is represented in the US by Manager Ali KcKegney.



“Carla Langley is brilliant as Gracie, effortlessly childish yet becomes less so before our eyes: her evolution is so natural, it’s almost as if her face itself has changed.”
– Gracie, The Stage

Carla Langley is “spellbinding” in a performance “so raw and real”
– Cuddles, New York Times

“Carla Langley – so good in Theatre 503’s Desolate Heaven – is compellingly pale and interesting as Eve.”
– Cuddles, The Guardian 

“Carla Langley’s Fan radiates with a type of innocence so strong you might touch it.”
– Orca, Time Out 

“Langley excels as the tomboyish and fearless Orlaith, bringing a consistent energy and liveliness”
– Desolate Heaven, Huffington Post

“…a serious acting talent…”
– Gracie, Londonist 

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