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Occupation  Actress
Name  Jemima Rooper
Parents  Alison Rooper
Years active  1993–present
Role  Actress

Born  24 October 1981 (age 34) (1981-10-24) Hammersmith, London, England
Education  Godolphin and Latymer School
Movies and TV shows  Hex, Lost in Austen, The F Word, The Black Dahlia, One Chance
Similar People  Aiysha Hart, Janie Dee, Paul Chequer, Emily Corrie, Julian Jarrold

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Jemima Rooper (born 24 October 1981) is an English actress.


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Born in Hammersmith, London, Rooper is the daughter of TV journalist Alison Rooper. She attended Redcliffe Primary School in Chelsea and the Godolphin and Latymer School. While working on The Famous Five, she passed eight GCSEs with A* and A grades. From there she went to MPW sixth form college where she got three A-grade A levels. Rooper bought her first home at the age of 19.


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Rooper expressed a wish to be an actress at the age of nine and contacted an agent. Her first professional roles were in the 1993 film The Higher Mortals and the 1994 film Willie's War. In 1996, she appeared in all episodes as George in Enid Blyton's The Famous Five.

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After several small roles in British TV series, Jemima took the role of Nicki in the popular Channel 4 teenage series As If, which successfully ran for three years. Her next appearance was in the supernatural drama Hex where she played a lovable lesbian ghost named Thelma. Hex aired on Sky One and ran for two series between 2004 and 2005.

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Rooper made her Hollywood debut in The Black Dahlia. In 2008 she starred in the TV series Lost in Austen and guest starred in Agatha Christie's Poirot. She also played a lead role in Her Naked Skin, a new play at the National Theatre. In December 2010, Rooper was cast in the musical Me and My Girl at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, alongside Miriam Margolyes.

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Rooper was seen on-stage in One Man, Two Guvnors, which was favourably reviewed. She has since appeared in Blithe Spirit and Breeders in the West End. Her next project is the British horror-comedy Hotel Caledonia.


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  • Where Do We Live - Royal Court Theatre, Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, May 2002 (playing Lily)
  • Us and Them - Hampstead Theatre, June 2003 (playing Izzie)
  • A Respectable Wedding (part of The Big Brecht Fest) - Young Vic, April 2007 (playing Bride)
  • Her Naked Skin - National Theatre, July 2008 (playing Eve Douglas)
  • The Great Game: Afghanistan - Tricycle Theatre, April - June 2009
  • The Power of Yes - National Theatre October 2009
  • All My Sons - Apollo Theatre, May - October 2010 (playing Ann Deever)
  • Me and My Girl - Jan 2011 (playing Sally)
  • One Man, Two Guvnors- National Theatre June 2011 (playing Rachel Crabbe)
  • Blithe Spirit - Gielgud Theatre, March 2014 (playing Elvira)
  • Breeders by Ben Ockrent - St James Theatre, September 2014
  • Blithe Spirit - Ahmanson Theater, Los Angeles, December 2014 - January 2015 (playing Elvira)

  • References

    Jemima Rooper Wikipedia