She’s basically as unstoppable as the woman she plays onscreen — and her fellow wrestlers like Ruth (Alison Brie), Debbie (Betty Gilpin), Cherry (Sydelle Noel), Carmen (Britney Young), and so on.
Brit school graduate Kate burst onto the scene in 2008 as one of the My Space generation of singers.
put your finger on where you might know her from — well, prepare to have your mind blown.
The character, whose wrestling alter-ego is the brilliant Britannica, is played by Kate Nash.
The guitarist/vocalist professed that at the time he had no idea who Professor Green was but was annoyed at this apparent show of “chauvinism and egotism”.
Nash is due to play at the Sziget Festival in Hungary on August 13, while The Cribs‘ next scheduled live appearance is with fellow Yorkshiremen Kaiser Chiefs at Leeds Kirkstall Abbey on September 11.
You know, the musical talent behind super awesome songs like “Foundations,” “Skeleton Song,” “Merry Happy,” “Mouthwash,” “Do-Wah-Doo,” and so many others.
Let’s take a trip back to 2007 to refresh your memory, because why not. Ten years after the release of her breakout hit, Nash is delighting the world with her mad acting (and wrestling) skills.
In the decades that followed, women have been responsible for some of the biggest leaps in rock and roll and it’s continuing evolution.To top it all off, Nash and Blake’s big sis are nearly the same height: Nash is 5’7 and Robyn is 5’8. Nash spoke about empowerment and how times have changed for the better.In a perfect fanfic world, the two characters would be BFF’s and share each other’s clothes. "Everything’s slightly different now because feminism is now front and center," Nash explained. There are still shit magazines that will look at women’s bodies.Kate Nash was suggested by one of the teenage steering group members, although we thought this was just a wish on our list at the time!We would like to thank Kate Nash and her team for taking time out of her busy schedule to perform for us in Salisbury and meet some of our very own home grown talent.” This is a free event but tickets are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.DJ Jon Vindictive with Dark House Music will also be guest starring upstairs in the White Room.