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Amanda Hale

FILM
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
Scrubber - Short Film (Jenny) Romola Garai Label PIctures
Invisible Woman Ralph Fiennes Headline Pictures Ltd
The Look of Love (Veronica) Michael Winterbottom Revolution Films
Bright Star (Reynolds Sister) Jane Campion Brightstar Films Ltd

TELEVISION
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
Catastrophe Series 3 (Catherine) Ben Taylor Avalon Television
Three Girls (Rachel) Philippa Lowthorpe BBC
Catastrophe Series 2 (Catherine) Ben Taylor Avalon Television
Dates (Jessica) John Maybury Balloon/C4
The White Queen (Lady Margaret Beaufort) James Kent Company Television Production
Being Human S5 (Lady Mary) Phil John Touchpaper Television
Ripper Street (Emily Reid) Andy Wilson Tiger Aspect Pro.
Rev Series 2 (Abigail) Peter Cattaneo Big Talk Prods
Crimson Petal & the White (Agnes) Marc Munden Origins Film
Any Human Heart (Roth) Michael Samuels Carnival Films & TV
Spooks (Meg) Michael Caton Jones Kudos Prods
Murderland (Carol) Catherine Moorshead Touchpaper TV
Persuasion (Mary) Adrian Shergold ITV
Richard is My Boyfriend (Anna) Oliver Morse/Ian Duncan Channel Four

THEATRE
DIRECTOR
COMPANY
Against (Sheila/Kate) Ian Rickson Almeida Theatre
The Nether West End Transfer (Morris) Jeremy Herrin Sonia Friedman Productions
Uncle Vanya (Sonya) Russell Bolam Jagged Edge Productions
The Nether (Morris) Jeremy Herrin The Royal Court Theatre
The Domino Heart (Cara Fortree) Jane Jeffery The Finborough Theatre
El Dorado (Thekla) Simon Dormandy The Arcola Theatre
The House of Bernada Alba (Martirio) Bijan Sheibani Almeida Theatre
Westwater Katie Mitchell Royal Court Theatre
Elektra (Chrysothemis) Carrie Cracknell Young Vic Company
Our Class (Rachelka) Bijan Sheibani National Theatre
After Dido Katie Mitchell Young Vic
King Lear (Cordelia) Rupert Goold Young Vic
Pornography (Sister) Sean Holmes Birmingham Rep/Traverse Theatre
The City (Jenny) Katie Mitchell Royal Court Theatre
The Glass Menagerie (Laura) Rupert Goold Bill Kenwright Prods
Crooked (Laney) Mike Bradwell Bush Theatre
The Importance of Being Earnest (Cecily) Erica Whyman Oxford Playhouse