Michelle Ryan is an English actress. She played the part of Zoe Slater on BBC soap opera EastEnders. In 2007, she starred in the American television series Bionic...Read More
Michelle Ryan is an English actress. She played the part of Zoe Slater on BBC soap opera EastEnders. In 2007, she starred in the American television series Bionic Woman. She has appeared as the evil sorceress Nimueh in the 2008 BBC TV series Merlin, and as Lady Christina de Souza in the Doctor Who episode Planet of the Dead.
Film credits include Katy Ellis in Cockneys V Zombies (Matthias Hoene), Alexia Sinclair in The Man Inside (Dan Turner), Emma in Clean Skin (Hadi Hajaig), Loretta in Girl Walks Into a Bar (Sebastian Gutierrez), Kelly in 4,3,2,1 (Universal, Noel Clarke), Cindy in HUGE (Ben Miller), Shauna in No Ordinary Trifle (Universal, James Hacking), Flick in Sandra (Monster Films), Suzy in Cashback, Lila in I Want Candy (Fragile Films, Stephen Surjik).
Television credits include Jennifer in Metal Hurlant - Shelter Me (WE Production, Guillaume Lubrano), Lady Christina De Souza in Doctor Who (BBC, James Strong), Penny in One Night In Emergency (BBC Scotland, Michael Offer), Nimueh in Merlin (BBC Television), Saz Paley in Mr 11 (ITV), Jamie Sommers in Bionic Woman (NBC), Katherine Reimer in Jekyll (BBC Television), Maria Bertram in Mansfield Park (ITV), Rose in Miss Marple (ITV), Zoe Slater in Eastenders (BBC Television, Various Directors), Girl 2 in Burnside (ITV), Dolores in The Worst Witch (ITV).
Theatre credits include Marge/Sophia in The Talented Mr Ripley (The Theatre Royal Northampton, Raz Shaw), Tiffany in Who's the Daddy? (The Kings Head - Islington), Polly in Next Stop... Broadway (Stage Door), Dancer / Singer in Smash (Blackhorse Productions, Various Directors), Various roles in Hollywood and Broadway (Millfield Theatre), Lead dancer in National Dance Competition (Her Majesty's Theatre), Various roles in Next Stop Broadway (Millfield Theatre), Various roles in That's Entertainment (Millfield Theatre), Rizzo/Widow in The Stars In Our Eyes (Her Majesty's Theatre).Read Less
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