Marta just signed with London based agency "International Actors London" after 3 great years in a co-op. She is very excited to be working with them and is looking forward to taking the next steps in her career with their support.

Early last year Marta launched her own theatre company, Starbound Theatre, and in December they staged their first production: "Pizza Man" by Darlene Craviotto at the Etcetera Theatre in London. On September 17th 2018 Starbound produced its second full-length show, “I will miss you when you’re gone” at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, which got some great audience feedback and reviews.

Videogame "Herald" (Wispfire Games), where Marta voiced Lady Tabatha Veazie, was released on Steam, GOG, and Humble in February 2018; and “Green Hell” (Creepy Jar Games) where she voiced Mia, is now available for pre-release on Steam. She has been working on her first major AAA title, coming Q1 2019.

"Herald is a delight to play. It has a cast of complex, interesting, and incredibly voiced characters, beautifully captivating art design, and a fresh and fun story..." - The Overpowered Noobs

"Despite indie roots, Herald also benefits from superb voice acting, bringing the cast to life and livening dialogue-heavy sections."  - Matt Kamen & Andy Robertson, The Guardian.

"[…]The voice acting is superb, some much larger developers could learn a thing or two from Wispfire." - Highend Gamer.

“[Green Hell] An infinite survival experience with a short intro on the story to come which has superb voice acting” - Steam EA review

Marta has also been shooting several short films in collaboration with members of London Short Film, and wrapped her first starring role in a feature in late 2017, when she portrayed Millie in "House of Bricks". The film will be screened in late 2018 and then be submitted to the Festival Circuit in 2019.

Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.
— Meryl Streep
When in doubt, make a fool of yourself. There is a microscopically thin line between being brilliantly creative and acting like the most gigantic idiot on earth. So what the hell, leap.
— Cynthia Heimel


Marta da Silva. Actor. Performer. Wanderer.

Marta is a multilingual actress and performer who has been part of a wide array of stage productions. These include David Ireland's "The Hen Night" as Alejandra, Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" as King Polixenes, "Henry V" as Capt. Fluellen, "All's Well that Ends Well" as the Fool Lavatch and the Widow; Jane Austen in "Jane Austen's Forgotten Stories", The Actress in Lorca's "Play Without a Title", and Julie Rodgers in "Pizza Man" by Darlene Craviotto.

Born in Madrid, raised between Spain and Portugal, and educated at a British school, she moved to Glasgow in the fall of 2012 to earn her MA in Acting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She graduated with merit on November 2013.

Marta is a fluent speaker of several languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. She also currently studies Japanese.

Always looking for new opportunities to expand her skill set, she hopes to develop her training in puppetry, V.O and Performance Capture for games.

Besides acting she enjoys d&d, photography, music, baking, reading and travel. She is currently taking archery lessons and is working on her singing.

Marta is committed to devising and performing new work with other young, emerging artists. She also hopes to dabble in writing and directing this year, having plans to produce several new plays with Starbound Theatre.

She was fortunate to be accepted into RADA's prestigious "Acting Shakespeare" 2014 summer programme after successfully auditioning for it. Her new theatre company, Starbound Theatre, was formed in collaboration with other actors she met during her time at the Conservatoire and RADA.