Laura Haddock

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Laura Haddock
BornLaura Jane Haddock
(1985-11-28) 28 November 1985 (age 27)
Enfield, England, UK
EducationSt. George's School, Harpenden
Arts Educational Schools, London
OccupationActress
Years active2007–present
Website
https://twitter.com/laurajhaddock
 
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Laura Haddock
BornLaura Jane Haddock
(1985-11-28) 28 November 1985 (age 27)
Enfield, England, UK
EducationSt. George's School, Harpenden
Arts Educational Schools, London
OccupationActress
Years active2007–present
Website
https://twitter.com/laurajhaddock

Laura Jane Haddock (born 28 November 1985) is an English actress, known for portraying Kacie Carter in Honest, Bethan in The Colour of Magic, Natasha in Monday Monday, Sam in How Not to Live Your Life and Alison in The Inbetweeners Movie.

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Background

Raised in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, where she attended St. George's School,[1] Haddock left school at the age of seventeen and moved to London to study drama.[2] She trained at Arts Educational School in Chiswick.[3]

Career

Haddock made her television debut in the television pilot Plus One, part of the Comedy Showcase 2008.[2] Her other television credits include The Palace, My Family, The Colour of Magic, Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye and Honest, playing the lead role of Kacie Carter. She also appeared in the pilot episode of Life Is Wild, the American version of Wild at Heart.[4]

Haddock played the lead role of Natasha in the ITV1 comedy drama Monday Monday, and appears in series two and three of How Not to Live Your Life, replacing previous female lead Sinéad Moynihan.[4]

In 2011 she appeared in the Cinemax/Sky TV drama Strike Back - Project Dawn for two episodes playing the kidnapped daughter of an illegal arms dealer.

Haddock's theatre credits include Famous Last, opposite Pauline Collins, which formed part of the 2009 Sky Arts Theatre Live! project,[5] and Rutherford & Son at Northern Stage.[6]

She is engaged to English actor, Sam Claflin.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
2007My FamilyMelanie
- Life Begins at Fifty (2007)
Situation comedy
Plus OneNickyTelevision pilot
2008HonestKacie CarterComedy drama
The PalaceLady Arabella Worthesley Wolsey
- Episode 1.7 (2008)
- Episode 1.8 (2008)
Drama
The Colour of MagicBethanTelevision film
2009Marple: A Pocket Full of RyeMiss GrosvenorTelevision film
Monday MondayNatashaComedy drama
How Not to Live Your Life (series 2)SamanthaSituation comedy
2010How Not to Live Your Life (series 3)SamanthaSituation comedy
2011Strike Back: Project DawnClaire SomersbyTV Drama series
The Inbetweeners MovieAlisonFeature film
How Not to Live Your Life (Christmas special)SamanthaSituation comedy
Upstairs Downstairs (series 2)Beryl BallardDrama
Captain America: The First AvengerRandom FanFeature film
2012MissingInterpol AgentTV series
2012Storage 24NikkiFeature Film

Theatre

YearTitleVenueRoleNotes
2009Famous LastOrange Tree Theatre / Sky Arts Theatre Live! studioTreenaTelevised on Sky Arts 1 on 22 July 2009[5]
Rutherford & SonNorthern StageMary21 September–3 October 2009

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