Gwawr trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Her theatre credits include: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog, Skyhawk and Rape Of The Fair Country (Theatr Clwyd), Moving Stories (Extract From The Last Days Of Dolwyn) (National Theatre), Windsongs Of The Blessed Bay (Theatr Cadair), The Hoard Festival (New Vic), The Sleeping Beauties, Canfod, Spread The Word, Sherman Swingers, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Sherman Cymru), Leviathan (Sherman Cymru & Òran Mór), The Radicalisation Of Bradley Manning (National Theatre Wales – Welsh Tour and Edinburgh Festival 2013), Dick Whittington (Torch Theatre), Still Life, Much Ado About Nothing (Mappa Mundi & Theatr Mwldan), Garw (Theatr Bara Caws), Priodferch Utah ‘Utah Bride’(1.618 TheatreFilm). Rehearsed readings of The Fear Of Drowning, Tonypandemonium and My People (National Theatre Wales)
Her TV credits include: The Indian Doctor (BBC), and Byw Celwydd, Tir II, Cara Fi and Teulu (S4C).
Her radio credits include: The Verb: The Tempest / Y Storm for BBC Radio 3. She also voiced the Welsh language version of the animation Tree Fu Tom for the BBC and Bing for S4C, as well as various radio commercials and documentaries.
Gwawr was the Winner of the Hobson’s Voice Over Prize 2011 and Winner of Best Duologue as a member of RWCMD’s Team in the Carleton Hobbs Competition 2011.