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Michelle Dockery
Born December 15, 1981 (1981-12-15) (age 28)
Essex, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004-

Michelle Dockery is an English actress. Trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, graduating in July 2004. She made her professional debut in a minor role in His Dark Materials at the Royal National Theatre later that year. In 2006 she was nominated for the Ian Charleson Award for her performance in Pillars of the Community at the National Theatre.

She won second prize at the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance as Eliza Doolittle in Peter Hall's production of Pygmalion at the Theatre Royal, Bath which toured the UK and transferred to the The Old Vic on May 7, 2008.[1]She was also nominated best newcomer at the evening standard awards 2008

Sang at the 50th Anniversary of Ronnie Scotts Jazz club recently.

In 2009 she appeared in the two-part Cranford christmas special for the BBC, and starred as the lead character in a modernised BBC adaptation of The Turn of the Screw.

Selected Credits

  • 2004: His Dark Materials - Jessie / understudy Lyra
  • 2005: Fingersmith - Betty
  • 2005: The UN Inspector
  • 2005: Pillars of the Community - Dina
  • 2006: Hogfather - Susan
  • 2007: Consent
  • 2007: Dalziel and Pascoe - Aimee
  • 2007: Dying For It - Kleopatra
  • 2008: Uncle Vanya - Yelena
  • 2008: Poppy Shakespeare - Dawn
  • 2008: Pygmalion - Eliza
  • 2008: Heartbeat - Sue
  • 2009: Red Riding - Kathryn
  • 2009: Burnt By The Sun
  • 2009: Waking the Dead- Gemma
  • 2009: The Turn of the Screw - Governess

References

  1. ^ Peter Hall's Pygmalion - Report at LondonTheatre.co.uk

External links

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