Mhairi Isla Calvey is a Scottish actress who is hugely passionate about her craft with a love for playing character roles.
At the age of 5, Mhairi made her movie debut playing the role of 'Young Murron' in Mel Gibson's film 'Braveheart', which went on to win five Oscars and 'the thistle scene' became one of the most popular Hollywood scenes of all time. Shortly after filming Mhairi returned to school and started her career on stage performing in several theaters around the UK.
Mhairi also featured in 'Dressed to Kilt', alongside Sean Connery and Brian Cox. At age 18, Mhairi was accepted and given a full Scholarship to the Guildford School of Acting. During her training she made an appearance on the BBC's 'Scotland On Screen' with Alan Cumming.
After graduating drama school, Mhairi went on to play leading roles in feature films such as 'Five Pillars', '3 Lives' and 'Crystal's Shadow' alongside William B Davis and Sienna Guillory. She won best actress for the TV movie 'Gemini' at the L.A Short Film Festival and starred in 'Alan' directed by Oscar nominated Matthias Lebeer. Mhairi made a brief cameo appearance in 'Robert The Bruce' alongside Angus Macfadyen and Jared Harris.
In 2019 Mhairi launched her production company Dream Reel Entertainment, producing her first feature 'The Curse Of Hobbes House' in which she played the lead and she went on to direct, write and produce her first short film 'Gaslight'.