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Daisy Beaumont

Daisy Beaumont is a British actress, perhaps best known for parodying celebrities such as Catherine Zeta-Jones, Victoria Beckham and Katie Price on the Channel 4 comedy show Star Stories. Beaumont has an extensive portfolio of television appearances, with appearances in Agatha Christie's Poirot (1999), The Bill (2004), Holby City (also 2004), The Armstrong and Miller Show (2010), Doctors (2011) and as Gwen in the BBC’s... Read more >>

Daisy Beaumont

Daisy Beaumont Overview

Daisy Beaumont is a British actress, perhaps best known for parodying celebrities such as Catherine Zeta-Jones, Victoria Beckham and Katie Price on the Channel 4 comedy show Star Stories. Beaumont has an extensive portfolio of television appearances, with appearances in Agatha Christie's Poirot (1999), The Bill (2004), Holby City (also 2004), The Armstrong and Miller Show (2010), Doctors (2011) and as Gwen in the BBC’s Sitcom Showcase (2011).

Daisy Beaumont has also featured in various films, including the Disney produced Miracle At Midnight film (1997) and most recently a film by Jonathan Newman (Foster, 2010). In 2003 she became part of the Pal Screen Writers Lab, and has also had a very successful career on stage. In 1998 she burst onto the theatre scene with a performance in the National Theatre’s production of The Day I Stood Still. She subsequently worked under distinguished writer and director Alan Ayckbourn and as Sybil in Private Lives, and with several performances in Yorkshire playhouses. In 2006 she took to the Finborough Theatre’s stage in a performance of Eden’s Empire, which led to her 2007 West End debut at the Comedy Theatre (now called Harold Pinter Theatre) with the part of Gabriella in farce Boeing Boeing. In 2010 she returned to the London stage with a performance as Joanna in internationally renowned director Edward Hall’s production of Enlightenment. In radio, she has worked several times with BBC Radio 4, with roles under John Dryden, most notably the part of Lady Dedlock in its production of Dickens’ classic, Bleak House.

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