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Amanda Abbington

Amanda Abbington recently starred as Debbie in the West End premiere of The Unfriend – a riotous dark comedy from writer Steven Moffat and director Mark Gatiss, the award-winning team behind BBC’s Sherlock.

Amanda is best known for playing Miss Mardle in Mr Selfridge and Mary Watson in Sherlock, the BBC adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories.

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Theatre includes: The Son (Kiln and Duke of York’s), A Little Princess (Royal Festival Hall), God of Carnage (Theatre Royal Bath), Abigail’s Party (Theatre Royal Bath and UK tour), God Bless the Child (Royal Court), Love Me Tonight (Hampstead), Something Blue and The Safari Party (Scarborough and Hampstead), The Taming of the Screw (Queen Mother) and Tin Soldiers (New End and Grace).

Television includes: The Family Pile, Desperate Measures, The Net, We Are Not Alone, Lockwood & Co, Wolfe, I Hate Suzie, Unsaid Stories, Make Me Famous, Flack, The Queen and I, Safe, Sherlock, Uncle, We Are Family, Cuffs, Mr. Selfridge, Case Histories, Joe Mistry, Being Human, Open Doors, Postcode, Married, Single, Other, Money, Harley Stret, Psychoville, The Bill, Doc Martin, Poirot, After You’ve Gone, Man Stroke Woman, Booze Cruise, Derailed, Bernard’s Watch, Coupling, Teachers, The Robinsons, 20 Things To Do Before You’re Thirty, The Debt, Always and Everyone, Hearts and Bones, Men Only, Shades, Dream Team, The Sins, The Thing About Vince, Casualty, Snap, No Sweat, Picking Up the Pieces, Plotlands and Wycliffe.

Radio includes: Clement Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and Life in London.

Films includes: The Lost King, Three Pints and a Rabbi, Decrypted, Six Days of Sistine, Crooked House, We The Kings, Another Mother’s Son, Ghost, Swinging with the Finkels and The All Together.

Book tickets to The Unfriend at the Criterion Theatre in London

Amanda Abbington Links & Socials
InterviewAmanda Abbington and her fiancé: ‘Nearly dying teaches you about living’

The Sherlock actress and her partner Jonathan Goodwin, a former stuntman, on his life-changing accident

(Danny Scott, The Sunday Times, 18/01/2023) - The interview
InterviewAmanda Abbington on her West End show The Unfriend, getting angry over women’s rights – and her amazing fiancé

The actress is appearing in Stephen Moffat’s first play, a deliciously wicked look at why politeness isn’t always the best policy

(Nancy Durrant, The Evening Standard, 18/01/2023) - The interview
👤 📅19 January 2023

📷 Main photo: Amanda Abbington

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