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Name  Kate Fleetwood
Role  Actress

Spouse  Rupert Goold (m. 2001)
TV shows  A Touch of Cloth
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Born  24 September 1972 (age 43) (1972-09-24) Cirencester, England
Children  Constance Goold, Raphael Goold
Nominations  Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical, Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play
Movies  London Road, Harry Potter and the Death, Les Miserables, Macbeth, Vanity Fair
Similar People  Rupert Goold, Rufus Norris, Jens Jonsson, David Yates, Mira Nair

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Kate Fleetwood (born 24 September 1972) is an English actress. She was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in Chichester Festival Theatre's Macbeth which transferred to the West End and Broadway. She was nominated for an Olivier Award for her performance as Julie, in the groundbreaking new musical, London Road at the National Theatre. She is patron of En Masse Theatre, and joint patron of Escape Insight Arts, Stratford upon Avon with her husband Rupert.


Fleetwood was raised near Stratford-upon-Avon and is a graduate of Exeter University. She is married to Rupert Goold with whom she has one son and one daughter. She began her career at the Royal Shakespeare Company during her childhood.

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Selected credits

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  • Love Is The Drug (1995, Oxford Stage Company) as Flamina
  • Twelfth Night (1996, OSC) as Viola
  • Swaggers (1996, Old Red Lion Theatre) as Nancy
  • The Comic Mysteries (1997, UK tour) as Death/Gabriel
  • Romeo and Juliet (1998, UK tour) as Juliet
  • Arabian Nights (1998, Young Vic) as Dinarzard/Parizade
  • Ghosts (1999, Theatre Royal Plymouth) as Regina
  • Nativity (1999, Young Vic)
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen (2000, Shakespeare's Globe) as the gaoler's daughter
  • The Tempest (2000, Shakespeare's Globe) as Iris
  • Tender (2001, Hampstead Theatre/ Birmingham Rep/ Theatre Royal Plymouth) as Tash
  • Medea (2001, (Queen's Theatre) as Chorus
  • Mariana Pineda (2002, Gate Theatre) as Mariana Pineda
  • Love's Labour's Lost (2003, National Theatre) as Rosaline
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (2003, Bristol Old Vic) as Helena
  • Othello (2003, Theatre Royal Northampton) as Desdemona
  • Hecuba (2004, Donmar Warehouse) as Polyxena
  • Midsomer Murders, episode Midsomer Rhapsody, (2005) as Sarah Douglas
  • Pericles (2006, RSC) as Thaisa
  • The Winter's Tale (2006, RSC) as Hermione
  • Macbeth (2010) as Lady Macbeth
  • Hustle, episode Politics, (2009) as Rt Hon Rhona Christie
  • Waking the Dead, episode End of the Night, (2009) as Zoe Morrison
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I as Mary Cattermole
  • Les Misérables as Factory Woman 1
  • Way To Go (2013) as Amanda
  • King Lear (2014, National Theatre) as Goneril
  • The Widower (TV Series) (2014)
  • High Society (2015, Old Vic Theatre) as Tracy Lord
  • Medea (2015, Almeida Theatre) as Medea
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) as Officer Unamo
  • High Wire Act (2017) as Alice
  • Harlots (2017) as Nancy Birch
  • Ugly Lies the Bone (2017 National Theatre) as Jess

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