25 November 1989
|Education||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art|
Patricia Ferran (born 25 November 1989) is a Spanish-British actress. She has received a number of accolades for her work in theatre, including a Laurence Olivier Award.
Ferran was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1989.  Her father is from Barcelona and her mother is from Valencia. The family moved to England when Ferran was a child.  She attended Notre Dame School, an all-girls convent school in Cobham, Surrey.
She read Drama and Theatre Arts at Birmingham University,  and trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, graduating in 2014. 
|2014||Blithe Spirit||Edith||Gielgud Theatre|||
|The Angry Brigade||Anna||Theatre Royal, Plymouth|||
|Warwick Arts Centre|||
|Watford Palace Theatre|||
|Treasure Island||Jim||National Theatre|||
|2015||The Merchant of Venice||Portia||Royal Shakespeare Company|||
|2016||As You Like It||Celia||National Theatre|||
|2017||Speech & Debate||Diwata||Trafalgar Studios|||
|2018||My Mum's a Twat||Girl||Royal Court Theatre|||
|Summer and Smoke||Alma Winemiller||Almeida Theatre|||
|Duke of York's Theatre|||
|2019||Three Sisters||Olga Sergeyevna||Almeida Theatre|||
|2020||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||Honey||Booth Theatre|||
|A Christmas Carol||Various roles||Bridge Theatre|||
|2021||Camp Siegfried||Her||Old Vic|||
|2022||A Streetcar Named Desire||Blanche DuBois||Almeida Theatre|||
|2023||Pygmalion||Eliza Doolittle||The Old Vic|||
|God's Own Country||Robyn|
|2019||How to Build a Girl||Björk|
|2021||Tom and Jerry||Joy|
|2023||Firebrand||Mary I of England|
|2017||Guerrilla||Gwen||Miniseries, 2 episodes|
|Jamestown||Mercy Myrtle||Recurring role, 24 episodes|
|2020||Black Narcissus||Sister Blanche||Miniseries, 3 episodes|
|2022||Life After Life||Pamela||Miniseries, 4 episodes|
|2014||Critics’ Circle Theatre Award ||Most Promising Newcomer||Blithe Spirit and Treasure Island||Won|
|2015||Evening Standard Theatre Award ||Emerging Talent Award||Treasure Island||Nominated|
|2019||Laurence Olivier Award ||Best Actress||Summer and Smoke||Won|
|Critics’ Circle Theatre Award ||Best Actress||Won|
|WhatsOnStage Award ||Best Actress in a Play||Nominated|
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