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Sukie Smith Biography (1964-)
Born September 23, 1964, in Rochford, England; daughter of David (a banker) and Paddy (a banker; maiden name, Jones) Smith.
- Birth Details
- September 23, 1964
- Rochford, United Kingdom
- Tiger Lily, Peter Pan, Palace Theatre, Westcliff, Essex, England,1986
- Nikki, The Things We Do for Love, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, England, then Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke, England, both 2001
- Also appeared as Julie, Days to Come; Crusty, Down the Tube; in the title role, Hedda Gabler; as Ropeen, The Hostage; as Martha and Mrs. Andrews, Lark Rise to Candleford; as Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream; as Maxine Faulk, The Night of the Iguana; as Queen Elizabeth, Richard III; as Polena, The Seagull; as Kitty Maccan, The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs; as Myrtle, Still Life;as Olga, The Three Sisters; as Isabelle, Total Eclipse; as Martha, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; and as Dolly, You Never Can Tell; also appeared in Temptation.
- Betsy, A Summer Story, Atlantic, 1988
- Marlene, The Witches, Warner Bros., 1990
Enchanted April, Miramax, 1991
Wedlock, RCA, 1993
- Rita, Peggy Su!, 1997
- Clothilde, Topsy-Turvy, October Films/USA Films, 1999
- Charlie, The Lawless Heart, Overseas FilmGroup, 2001
- Also appeared in Asking for It.
- Kirsty Altwood, Peak Practice, Central Independent Television, 1996
- Anna (a paramedic), "Union," Casualty, BBC, 1989
Saracen, Central Television, 1989
- Eleanor, "The Dig," Bergerac, BBC, 1990
- Lorraine, "Happy Families," Inspector Morse, Series VII (also known as Inspector Morse), Central Television, then broadcast on Arts andEntertainment, 1992, then on Mystery!, PBS, 1994
- Cinema girl, "The Wrong Man," Paul Merton in Galton and Simpson's..., Carlton Television and Central Independent Television, c. 1996
- Appeared in The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television;in KYTV, BBC-2; and Wake Up with..., [Great Britain].
The Refuge, [Great Britain], 1987
- Also appeared in Paul Merton.
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