Years active 1984–present
|Name Saskia Reeves|
|Born 16 August 1961 (age 54) (1961-08-16) Paddington, London, England|
Education Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Nominations Laurence Olivier Award for Actress of the Year in a New Play
Movies and TV shows Close My Eyes, Luther, Frank Herbert's Dune, Butterfly Kiss, Mindscape
Similar People Stephen Poliakoff, Jorge Dorado, John Harrison, Mika Kaurismaki, David Hare
Saskia Reeves Top 10 Movies (Performance)
Saskia Reeves (born 16 August 1961) is an English actress best known for her roles in the films Close My Eyes (1991) and I.D. (1995), and the 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune. She has worked with directors including Mike Leigh, Stephen Poliakoff, Michael Winterbottom, and Nicholas Hytner.
- Saskia Reeves Top 10 Movies Performance
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- Early life and education
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Early life and education
Born and brought up in Twickenham and Paddington, London with her younger sister Imogen, by her Dutch mother and English father, Reeves attended the Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton and then studied at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Early in her career she performed in puppet shows and in satirical revues at the Covent Garden Community Theatre.
Her television credits include Spooks, The Commander and the Bodies finale. Her stage work includes productions at London's National and Royal Court theatres as well as on international tour.
In addition to her acting career, Reeves does voice work, including commercials, narration, and book readings.
In 2008, she starred in English Touring Theatre's revival of Athol Fugard's Hello and Goodbye at the Trafalgar Studios in London.
In 2010, she starred as Anne Darwin, the wife of John Darwin, in BBC4's Canoe Man, a dramatisation of the John Darwin disappearance case, and co-starred in the BBC1 series Luther.
In 2011, Reeves played the matriarch, Anna Brangwen, in the first part of William Ivory's two-part adaptation of D. H. Lawrence's novels The Rainbow and Women in Love, first shown on BBC4.