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Laura Murray

Laura Murray made her first professional appearance in 1996, playing the Virgin Mary in the York Cycle of Mystery Plays at the York Theatre Royal.

She subsequently studied at Oxford University, appearing as Fay in The Miser at the Oxford Playhouse and touring Japan as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew. In 2006, she worked repeatedly with Creation Theatre on The Merchant of Venice, Robin Hood and Macbeth.

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Laura Murray

Laura Murray Overview

Laura Murray made her first professional appearance in 1996, playing the Virgin Mary in the York Cycle of Mystery Plays at the York Theatre Royal.

She subsequently studied at Oxford University, appearing as Fay in The Miser at the Oxford Playhouse and touring Japan as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew. In 2006, she worked repeatedly with Creation Theatre on The Merchant of Venice, Robin Hood and Macbeth.

2007 saw her feature in a vast number of productions, making her debut at London theatres King’s Head (to which she returned a number of times in this year alone), Theatre 503, Hampstead Theatre, and – as Phyllida in Gallathea –The Globe. After using 2008 to return to Theatre 503, The King’s Head, and The Globe, in 2009 she also appeared at The Old Red Lion Theatre. In 2010 she went on a UK and European Tour with GB Theatre Company, playing Anne Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Phoebe in As You Like It. In 2011, she played Leila in Birthday at the Camden Fringe Festival, and Arlene in Rose’s Dilemma at The English Theatre of Hamburg. In 2012, she appeared in Yes, Prime Minister at Chichester Festival Theatre, on its UK Tour, and in the West End’s Trafalgar Studios.

Murray’s film work includes Root and Branch, Christmas Bonus, OurOffice, Something for the Wicked, Highlight, Always There, and, in 2012, lead roles in Common Ground and God Particles. Television credits include as Robert Morley’s wife in the BBC’s Crimewatch (2009), and as a series regular in The Jelly Moustache Presents... (2010).

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