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Neil Dudgeon
(Movies & TV)
Julian Barratt
(Movies & TV)
The Daily Telegraph
(Journalism)
Rupert Graves
(Movies & TV)
Adjoa Andoh
(Movies & TV)
Nathaniel Parker
(Movies & TV)
Joe Armstrong (actor)
(Movies & TV)
 

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Louise Brealey

Knowledge Identifier: +Louise_Brealey

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Louise Brealey

English actress and journalist add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1979.

Countries: United Kingdom (81%), Russia (6%), Italy (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Neil Dudgeon, Julian Barratt, The Daily Telegraph

Linked to: The Daily Telegraph, University of Cambridge, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Pet Shop Boys

 

Timeline


 

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Louise Brealey was born in 1979 add something


2001

Brealey made her stage debut in 2001 as 14-year-old Sophie in Max Stafford-Clark's production of Judy Upton's "Sliding With Suzanne" at London's Royal Court add something


2005

Her portrayal of child prodigy Thomasina in the Bristol Old Vic production of Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia" in 2005 was described as "excellent" by "The Mail on Sunday", with "The Daily Telegraph" saying that "the evening belongs to Loo Brealey's Thomasina" add something

 

She played Judy Smallweed in the 2005 BBC adaptation of "Bleak House" add something


 

Next she starred in Dennis Kelly's award-winning two-hander "After The End" for Paines Plough, which opened in Russia before a hit Off-Broadway run in July 2006 add something


2007

First in 2007 on Simon Gray's "Little Nell", in which she played the title role opposite Michael Pennington and Tim Pigott-Smith add something

 

The show fared better on its US release in 2007, with "The Hollywood Reporter" comparing it to "Moonlighting" add something


2011

Brealey played the role of Anna in Ed Harris' radio play "The Wall", broadcast in Feb 2011 add something

 

In 2011 she was the sex-mad, short-frocked daughter of Julian Barratt and Doon Mackichan at the Young Vic in Richard Jones's box-office smash "Government Inspector" add something


2012

In March 2012 Brealey produced, co-wrote and co-starred in "The Charles Dickens Show", a children's comedy drama for BBC 2 starring Jeff Rawle, Rupert Graves, Neil Dudgeon, Nathaniel Parker, Lynda Baron, Honeysuckle Weeks, Rupert Young, Adjoa Andoh, Sam Kelly, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Fiona Button and Mariah Gale add something


2013

In 2013 her first play "Pope Joan" was performed by the National Youth Theatre add something


2014

In February of 2014 Brealey starred in August Strindberg's "Miss Julie" at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow add something

 

In February 2014 Brealey starred in August Strindberg's "Miss Julie" at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow add something


2015

In 2015 she won best supporting actress in a feature TV show, Containment; at the Southampton international film festival add something

 

Joe Armstrong (actor) - Armstrong co-starred with Louise Brealey in the 2015 touring production of "Constellations"


 

Brealey read the part of Megan Hipwell in the audiobook edition of "The Girl on The Train" by Paula Hawkins, which won the 2016 Audie award for Audiobook of the Year add something


2018

Her monologue"Go Back To Where You Came From" was performed as part of Paines Plough Theatre's "Come To Where I'm From" project in 2018 add something


2019

Letters Live is next at Alexandra Palace on December 4th 2019 add something

 

Brealey played a leading role in the ITV drama The Widow, first broadcast in March 2019 add something

 

"Letters Live" is next at Alexandra Palace on 4 December 2019 add something