Tuppence Middleton in The Motive and the Cue

Tuppence Middleton stars as Elizabeth Taylor in The Motive and the Cue at the National Theatre in London.

Tuppence Middleton is an English actress performing on both stage and screen.

Tuppence’s stage credits include The Living Room at Jermyn Street Theatre, and in Vicky Jones’ play The One at the Soho Theatre.

Tuppence has appeared in a number of movies, including The Imitation Game (2014), Jupiter Ascending (2015), The Current War (2017), Mank (2020), Downton Abbey (2019), Fisherman’s Friends (2019), Possessor (2020) and Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022).

On TV, Tuppence has appeared in Bones (2008), New Tricks (2010), Friday Night Dinner (2011), Lewis (2013), The Lady Vanishes (2013), Black Mirror (2013), Dickensian (2015), War & Peace (2016), Sense8 (2015–2018), The Defeated (2020), His Dark Materials (2022), and Our House (2022).

More about The Motive and the Cue at the National Theatre

Tuppence Middleton Links & Socials
InterviewTuppence Middleton on playing Elizabeth Taylor: ‘I watched her films with my mum’

Tuppence Middleton has always adored Elizabeth Taylor. Now she is playing her at the National Theatre in Jack Thorne’s new play, The Motive and the Cue

(Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 29/04/2023) - The interview
InterviewTuppence Middleton channels the ultimate diva, Elizabeth Taylor, as she graces the cover of Tatler’s June issue

As actress Tuppence Middleton leaves Downton Abbey behind to play the glamorous Elizabeth Taylor on stage, she tells Julia Llewellyn Smith how it feels to slip into the diva’s diamonds

(Julia Llewellyn Smith, Tatler, 20/04/2023) - The interview
InterviewTuppence Middleton - ‘What if Johnny has norovirus?’: Tuppence Middleton reveals how OCD affects her work

The actor, who is preparing to play Elizabeth Taylor in The Motive and the Cue at the National Theatre, said the condition made rehearsals difficult

(Catherine Shoard, The Guardian, 13/04/2023) - The interview

📷 Main photo: Tuppence Middleton

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