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Years active  2003–present
Education  drama Centre London
Spouse  Scott Graham (m. 2012)
Role  Actress
Name  Morven Christie

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Born  1981 (age 39–40) Scotland
Movies and TV shows  Hunted, Lilting, Lost in Austen, Twenty Twelve, House of 9
Similar People  James Norton, Hong Khaou, Scott Graham, Adam Rayner, Frank Spotnitz

"Focus on the work, not the career" Morven Christie On Acting


Morven Christie (born September 1, 1981) is a Scottish actress. She is best known for her roles as Fi Healey in the BBC spoof Twenty Twelve, Amanda Hopkins in the ITV drama Grantchester and Allison Hughes in the BBC drama The A Word.

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Early life and education

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Born in Helensburgh, Christie grew up in Glasgow and Aviemore. She studied acting at the Drama Centre London, under Reuven Adiv, an associate of Lee Strasberg.

Career

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Christie has worked on stage, film and television drama.

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In 2006, she played Juliet and Hero for the Royal Shakespeare Company in their Complete Works season.

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In 2008 Christie was cast in Sam Mendes's first Bridge Project theatre company, playing Anya in Tom Stoppard's new adaptation of The Cherry Orchard, and Perdita in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale which finished at The Old Vic in London, after a sellout run at Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City and a world tour.

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She played Ellen Rooney in the 2017 BBC drama The Replacement.

Film

  • House of 9 (2005) as Shona
  • The Flying Scotsman (2006) as Katie
  • The Young Victoria (2009) as Watson
  • Gee Gee (2011, Short film) as Peaches
  • Hollow (2011, Short Film) as Alice
  • Shell (2012, feature film)
  • Lilting (2014) as Margaret
  • Television

  • Quite Ugly One Morning (2004, TV movie) as Detective Sergeant Jenny Dunlop
  • Oliver Twist (2007, TV mini-series) as Rose Maylie
  • Lost in Austen (2008, TV mini-series) as Jane Bennet
  • The Sinking of the Laconia (2010) as Laura Ferguson
  • Twenty Twelve (2012) as Fi Healey, Head of Legacy
  • Hunted (2012) as Zoe Morgan
  • Silent Witness (2014) as Detective Sergeant Sally Kirchner
  • From There to Here (2014) as Louise
  • Death in Paradise (2014) as Sally Goodman
  • Grantchester (2014, 2016) as Amanda Kendall
  • Doctor Who 2 episodes: "Under the Lake" and "Before the Flood" (2015) as O'Donnell
  • The A Word (2016) as Alison Hughes
  • The Replacement (2017) as Ellen Rooney
  • Stage

  • Festen (2005, Lyric Theatre) as Pia
  • When You Cure Me (2005, Bush Theatre) as Rachel
  • Romeo & Juliet (2006, RSC) as Juliet
  • Much Ado About Nothing (2006–7, RSC) as Hero
  • King John (2006, RSC) as Blanche
  • The Cherry Orchard (2009, New York, London and international tour) as Anya
  • The Winter's Tale (2009, as below) as Perdita
  • Men Should Weep (2010–2011, National theatre London) as Isa Morrison
  • "The Driver's Seat" (2015, National Theatre of Scotland) as Lise
  • Radio

  • When You Cure Me (2006, radio play) as Rachel
  • An Inspector Calls as Sheila Birling
  • Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think of You as Molly Naylor
  • A Farewell to Arms (2011, BBC Radio 4) as Catherine Barkley
  • Austerlitz (December 2012, BBC Radio 3) as Agata
  • References

    Morven Christie Wikipedia


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