|Full Name Mary McCoy|
Name Maimie McCoy
|Years active 2002–present|
Uncles Kevin Connelly
|Born 21 April 1979 (age 41 years) Yorkshire, England|
Education London Metropolitan University
Parents Barbara McCoy, Eugene McCoy
Movies and TV shows The Musketeers, Virgin Territory, Set Fire to the Stars, Personal Affairs, The Libertine
Similar People Alexandra Dowling, Tamla Kari, Howard Charles, Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera
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Maimie McCoy is an English actress. She is best known for portraying Milady de Winter in The Musketeers (2014-2016).
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McCoy was born in Yorkshire, where she attended Stokesley School. Initially a dancer she then studied Performing Arts at London Metropolitan University, graduating with a BA (Hons) in 2001. McCoy is the daughter of restaurateur Eugene McCoy and his wife Barbara. Her elder brother Rory owns the restaurants Ducksoup and Rawduck in London, and her younger brother is actor Eugene McCoy. Her maternal uncle is the impressionist Kevin Connelly. She is married to the actor James Buller, and gave birth to their daughter during 2015.
McCoy has appeared in episodes of Doctors, The Bill, Waking the Dead and Taggart.
In 2009, she appeared in Personal Affairs as Nicole Palmerston-Amory, a "man-eating, cynical realist (who) favours money over love". This was McCoy’s first leading role, for which she was nominated for a TV Quick Award as best supporting actress.
In December 2012, McCoy played the role of the younger Joyce Hatto in the BBC's production of Loving Miss Hatto, a drama written by Victoria Wood.
In April 2013, she appeared in "Rocket", the third episode of Endeavour, playing Alice Vexin, an old student acquaintance of Morse's. Later that year, she starred in short film Fare with Christian Cooke. She currently appears in BBC's "The Musketeers" as Milady de Winter.