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Eve Myles

Eve Myles is a stage and screen actress, best known for her parts in EastEnders and Doctor Who. In 2002, she performed in Merry Wives of Windsor, and in 2003 played the part of Lavinia in the RSC’s Titus Andronicus, which won the Ian Charleson Award. In 2003, she worked again with another Ian Charleson Award winning RSC production, as Bianca in Taming of the Shrew, as well as in an RSC production of Tamer Tamed. In... Read more >>

Eve Myles

Eve Myles Overview

Eve Myles is a stage and screen actress, best known for her parts in EastEnders and Doctor Who. In television, she started off with parts in various small BBC and ITV productions. In 2001 she joined the second series of Belonging, which she remained with for three more series until 2004. In 2002 she also got the part of Gwen in EastEnders, and in 2004 was cast in Doctor Who. In 2006 she appeared as the lead role of Gwen Cooper in the BBC’s production of Torchwood.

Other screen appearances include several short films and work between 2004 and 2007 on a variety of feature films, including Gullible’s Travels. In radio, she has worked on BBC Radio 4 productions of King Arthur and Sanctuary Seeker (2004-2005) and on BBC Cardiff’s The 6th Column Has Better Legs.

On stage, she played the role of mad Bertha in Jane Eyre back in 1999, and Mrs Maidley in The World Turned Upside Down in 2000, both of which were Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama productions. In 2002, she performed in Merry Wives of Windsor, and in 2003 played the part of Lavinia in the RSC’s Titus Andronicus, which won the Ian Charleson Award. In 2003, she worked again with another Ian Charleson Award winning RSC production, as Bianca in Taming of the Shrew, as well as in an RSC production of Tamer Tamed. In 2005, she performed in Henry IV parts 1 and 2 at The National Theatre, as Lady Mortimer and Doll Tearsheet respectively.
 

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