Meg Kubota

Film & TV Credits: Good Omens (BBC/Amazon), Teacup Travels (BBC), The Forest (Lava Bear Films), The Day of the Kamikaze (Channel 4), The Girl in a Bubble (Actual Film), All That Remains (Major Oak Entertainment), Fogbound (Intermedia Films). She can be seen in “Endeavour” (ITV), “The Power” (Amazon) and “Touch” (RVK studios/Good Chaos), all due to be released later this year

Theatre credits: Tsunagu-Connect (New Earth Theatre at Shorditch Town Hall), Hanjo (Oval House), Festival for the Fish (Wimbledon Theatre), Harajuku Girls (Finborough Theatre), Chotto Desh – the voice of Grandma (Japan tour of Akram Khan Dance Company), Miles Apart Together (Etcetera Theatre)

Radio:  A Pale View of the Hills (Radio 4), Fewer Not Less (Radio 4), Ghosts of The Tsunami (Radio 4), The Great Bell (Radio 3), Wheeling Them In (Radio 4)

Animation: Team Zenko Go (Netflix – dubbed for UK), Chuggington (BBC), Mr Bean (Tiger Aspect Productions), Sunny Bank Garden (Smart Dog Productions)

Meg also works as a professional interpreter/translator, and has worked extensively on theatre, TV and film projects, such as, Can We Live with Robots (Channel 4), Nazi Mega Weapons (Disney/National Geographics), Fugitive: The Curious Case of Carlos Ghosn (Netflix). She was also one of the translators for the Japanese Writers Group; The Tokyo Project for the Royal Court.