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|Other names||Claudia Blakley|
|Parent(s)|| Alan Blakley |
Claudie Blakley (born 4 January 1974) is an English actress. Blakley trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. In 1998, she won the Ian Charleson Award for her performance in The Seagull at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds. She is best known for her role as Emma Timmins in the BBC drama series Lark Rise to Candleford .
Other notable roles include Mabel Nesbitt in Robert Altman's Oscar-winning Gosford Park and Charlotte Lucas in Joe Wright's 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice .In the autumn of 2007, she was seen in the BBC serial Cranford as Martha.
In 2010, Blakley played the role of Cynthia Lennon in the BBC television production of Lennon Naked , a drama based on the period in the life of John Lennon from the years 1964 to 1971. In 2013 she appeared in the premiere of the play Chimerica ..
Her father was Alan Blakley, a member of the 1960s pop band the Tremeloes, her mother Lin Blakley, is an actress known for her work on EastEnders playing Pam Coker from 2014 to 2016.
|1996||No Bananas||Sandra||TV mini-series (3 episodes)|
|1997||Touching Evil||Mo Morrison||TV series (2 episodes)|
|1999||An Unsuitable Job for a Woman||Kirsty||TV series (1 episode: "Living on Risk")|
|The Bill||Alice Fitzgerald||TV series (1 episode: "Denial")|
|2000||Never Never||Jo's Friend||TV movie|
|A Christmas Carol||Ellie|
|Playing the Field||Kelly Powell||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2001||The War Bride||Rosie|
|The Cat's Meow||Didi|
|Gosford Park||Mabel Nesbitt|
|Mr Charity||Abi||TV series (6 episodes)|
|2002||Playing the Field||Kelly Powell||TV series (1 episode: "Episode #5.1")|
|Ed Stone is Dead||Kate||TV series (4 episodes)|
|2003||Ready When You Are, Mr McGill||Deirdre|
|2004||He Knew He Was Right||Camilla French||TV mini-series|
|Dirty Filthy Love||Kathy||TV movie|
|2005||The Inspector Lynley Mysteries||Laeitia Gane||TV series (1 episode: "The Seed of Cunning")|
|Pride and Prejudice||Charlotte Lucas|
|Vital Signs||Jules Chapman||TV series (6 episodes)|
|London to Brighton||Tracey|
|Fear of Fanny||Nicky||TV movie|
|2007||Fallen Angel||Sally Appleton||TV serial|
|Cranford||Martha||TV series (4 episodes)|
|2008||Lark Rise to Candleford||Emma Timmins||TV series (32 episodes: 2008–2011)|
|2009||Return to Cranford||Martha||TV series (1 episode: "Part One: August 1844")|
|Bright Star||Maria Dilke|
|Coming Up||Linda||TV series (1 episode: "Foreign John")|
|2010||Lennon Naked||Cynthia Lennon||TV movie|
|Marple: The Blue Geranium||Philippa Pritchard||TV movie|
|The Nativity||Anna||TV series (3 episodes)|
|2011||The Night Watch||Nancy||TV movie|
|2011||New Tricks||Lisa Carlisle||TV series (1 episode: "Half Life")|
|2012||Words of the Titanic||Elizabeth Shutes||TV account of the sinking of the Titanic , in the words of the survivors|
|2013||What Remains||Patricia||TV series|
|2014||The Driver||Ros||TV series|
|2015||Call the Midwife||Susan Robbins||TV series (1 episode: "Episode #4.4"|
|2015||Silent Witness||Louise Marsh||Episode: "Protection" (2 parts)|
|2016||Grantchester||Agatha Redmond||TV Series (5 episodes)|
|2020||Flesh and Blood||Helen||TV Series (4 episodes)|
|1995||Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead||Ophelia||Royal National Theatre|
|1997||Peter Pan||Wendy||Royal National Theatre|
|1998||The Seagull||Nina||West Yorkshire Playhouse||Ian Charleson Award – Best Actress 1998|
|The Tempest||Miranda||West Yorkshire Playhouse|
|Present Laughter||Daphne||West Yorkshire Playhouse|
|1999||Three Sisters||Masha||UK Tour|
|2000||Billy and the Crab Lady||Kat||Soho Theatre|
|The Good Samaritan||Hampstead Theatre|
|2002||Kosher Harry||Royal Court Theatre|
|2003||The Lady from the Sea||Bollette||Almeida Theatre|
|Random||Bee||Royal Court Theatre|
|Alls Well That Ends Well||Helena||RSC (Stratford/London)|
|2004||A Girl in a Car with a Man||Stella||Royal Court Theatre|
|2005||Lear||Bodice||Sheffield Crucible Theatre|
|2006||The Little Mermaid||Voice||Little Angel Theatre|
|Love and Money||Val/Debbie/4||Royal Exchange Theatre/Young Vic Theatre|
|2007||Attempts on Her Life||Royal National Theatre|
|2011||The Cherry Orchard||Varya||Royal National Theatre|
|Di and Viv and Rose||Rose||Hampstead Downstairs (Hampstead Theatre)|
|The Comedy of Errors||Adriana||Royal National Theatre|
|2012||Macbeth||Lady Macbeth||Sheffield Crucible Theatre|
|2013||Chimerica||Tessa Kendrick||Almeida Theatre|
|2018||Consent||Kitty||Harold Pinter Theatre|
|2019||Stories||Anna||Royal National Theatre|
|2000||Poppy Q||Anita||BBC Radio 3|
|2002||Waterloo Bridge||BBC Radio 4|
|2003||Ring Around the Bath||Alison||BBC Radio 4|
|2004||Suspicious Minds||BBC Radio 4|
|2012||Ruth Rendell – The Keys to the Street||Reader||BBC Radio 4|
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