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Louise Brealey (ur. 27 marca 1979), również uznana za Loo Brealey, to angielska aktorka, pisarka i dziennikarka. Grała m. in. Molly Hooper w Sherlocku.

Wczesne lata[]

Urodziła się w Bozeat,  Northamptonshire w Anglii. Brealey zdobyła stypendium dla Kimbolton School i studiował historię w Girton College w Cambridge. Szkoliła się w Lee Strasberg Institute w Nowym Jorku oraz u nauczyciela klaunów Philippe'a Gauliera w Paryżu.

Filmografia[]

Rok Tytuł Rola
2002–2004 Casualty Roxanne Bird
2005 Bleak House Judy Smallweed
2006 Mayo Harriet 'Anorak' Tate
2007 Green Abi
2008 Hotel Babylon Chloe
2010–2017 Sherlock Molly Hooper
2011 Law & Order: UK Joanne Vickery
2012 The Charles Dickens Show Nelly Trent/Scrooge/Tiny Tim
2013 Father Brown Eleanor Knight
2014 Delicious Stella
2014 Ripper Street Amelia Frayn
2015 Containment Sally
2015 Inspector George Gently Jo Parker
2017 Clique Jude McDermid
2017-2021 Back Cass
2018 A Discovery of Witches Gillian Chamberlain
2019 The Widow Beatrix
2019 Gomorrah Leena
2020 Death in Paradise Donna Harman

Występy w teatrach[]

Rok Tytuł Rola Reżyser Teatr
2001 Sliding with Suzanne Sophie Max Stafford-Clark Royal Court Theatre
2005 Arcadia Thomasina Rachel Kavanaugh Bristol Old Vic
2006 After the End Louise Roxana Silbert US and Russian tour, Off-Broadway
2007 Little Nell Nell Peter Hall Theatre Royal, Bath
2008 Uncle Vanya Sonya Peter Hall Rose Theatre, Kingston
2008 Pornography Actor 7 Sean Holmes Traverse Theatre
2009 The Stone Hannah Ramin Gray Royal Court Theatre
2009 The Ones That Flutter Julie Ray Abbey Wright Theatre503
2010 Country Music Lynsey Lisa Blair & Eleanor While West Yorkshire Playhouse
2011 Government Inspector Mayor's daughter Richard Jones Young Vic
2012 The Trojan Women Cassandra/Andromache/Helen of Troy Christopher Haydon Gate Theatre (London)
2013 The Herd Claire Howard Davies Bush Theatre
2014 Miss Julie Miss Julie Dominic Hill Citizens Theatre
2014 Letters Live Hay Festival, Wales
2015 Letters Live Freemasons' Hall
Husbands & Sons Minnie Gascoigne Marianne Elliott Co-production between National Theatre,London and Royal Exchange, Manchester


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