Acclaimed actress Ruth Wilson is a star of both stage and screen.
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Ruth’s theatre and stage roles have included a 24 hour performance in The Second Woman at the Young Vic; a revival of Jean Cocteau’s The Human Voice at the Harold Pinter Theatre, directed by Ivo van Hove; Shakespeare’s King Lear directed by Sam Gold at the Cort Theatre New York; Hedda Gabler at the National Theatre directed by Ivo Van Hove; The El Train at The Hoxton Hall; Constellations at theSamuel J Friedman Theatre in New York directed by Michael Longhurst; Anna Christie andA streetcar Named Desire at the Donmar Warehouse, both directed by Rob Ashford; Through a Glass Darkly at the Almeida directed by Mike Attenborough; and Philistines at the National Theatre directed by Howard Davis.
Her stage awards include a Tony nomination for Constellations on Broadway; and Olivier Award wins for Anna Christie and A Streetcar Named Desire and nomination for Hedda Gabler.
TV roles include her Golden Globe winning performance as Alison Bailey in Showtime’s The Affair alongside Dominic West; and His Dark Materials, Luther, Mrs Wilson, Small Island, Capturing Mary, A Real Summer and Jane Eyre, all for the BBC.
Ruth Wilson’s film roles have included See How They Run, True Things About Me; Oslo; The Little Stranger; Dark River; I Am the Thing That Lives in the House; How to Talk to Girls at Parties; Suite Francaise; Locke; Saving Mr Banks; The Lone Ranger; and Anna Karenina.
Ruth Wilson News
The stage and screen star is performing ‘The Second Woman’, a 100-scene art experiment in which she’ll perform for 24 hours straight(Andrzej Lukowski, TimeOut, 15/05/2023) - The interview
The ‘Luther’ star will be appearing at London’s Young Vic opposite 100 different men(Sarah Hemming, The Financial Times, 12/05/2023) - The interview