Hattie Morahan is an acclaimed actress who has won numerous awards in recent years. Most recently, she won the Best Actress at the 2013 Evening Standard Theatre Awards...Read More
Hattie Morahan is an acclaimed actress who has won numerous awards in recent years. Most recently, she won the Best Actress at the 2013 Evening Standard Theatre Awards and a Critics Circle Award for her performance as Nora in A Doll’s House. Other notable achievements include the Best Actress award at the Shanghai TV Festival for her performance as Elinor in the BBC’s adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, and third prize in the 2007 Ian Charleson Awards for her performance as Nina in The Seagull.
Alongside her role as Nora in Carrie Cracknell’s A Doll’s House at the Young Vic, her most recent stage credits include performances in Richard Eyre’s The Dark Earth and the Light Sky at the Almeida (2012), and appearances at the Bush, Sheffield Crucible and with Old Vic Productions, working under esteemed directors Mark Rosenblatt, Thea Sharrock and Anna Mackmin (2010-2011). Prior to this, she appeared numerous times with the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as at the Royal Court Theatre, Tricycle, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Donmar, among others.
Television credits include, most recently, the part of Hayley Brantner in ITV’s Midsomer Murders (2013). Prior to this, she appeared in ITV’s Eternal Law, Lewis (both 2011) and as Elaine Fortescue in Marple (2008). With the BBC, she has appeared in Money (2010) and Larkrise to Candleford (2009), numerous Hat Trick productions, as well as in John Alexander’s 2007 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility as Elinor, for which she gained her Best Actress Award.
Films include playing Lucy in Having You and Laura Knight in Summer in February in 2012. She also appeared in The Bank Job and as Sister Clara in The Golden Compass in2007. Radio work with the BBC is also extensive.Read Less
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