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Lowdell, Amelia

Lowdell, Amelia



Agent—Emptage Hallett, 24 Poland St., London W1F 8QL, England.




Film Appearances:

Girl in supermarket, Elephant Juice, Miramax, 1999.

Nicole, Essex Boys, Pathe, 2000.

Sophie, Beginner's Luck, Guerilla Films, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Elizabeth, The Cabbage Patch, Independent Television (England), 1983.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Zoe, Every Woman Knows a Secret, [Great Britain], 1999.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Vera, The Second Quest, Independent Television (England), 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Alison Connell, "New Year and All That," Casualty, BBC, 1998.

Carla, "Daughters: Parts 1 & 2," The Vice, Independent Television (England), 1999.

Tina, "A Test of Faith," Peak Practice, Independent Television, 2000.

Mandy Weller, "017," The Bill, Independent Television, 2002.

Young Mary Wilsher, "Memories," Murder in Mind, BBC and BBC America, 2002.

Jan Barnes, "Nowhere Fast: Parts 1 & 2," Silent Witness, BBC, 2004.

Millie, "Family Day," Casualty, BBC, 2005.

Nina Owen, "362," The Bill, Independent Television, 2005.

Karen Phelps, M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team (also known as M.I.T and Murder Investigation Team), Independent Television, 2005.

Stage Appearances:

Marie, Yard Gal, Royal Court Theatre, London, beginning 1998, later MCC Theater, New York City, 2000.

Breath, Boom, Royal Court Theatre, Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, London, 2000.

Jamie, A Bitter Herb, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol, England, 2001.

Biddy, Great Expectations, Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, 2004.

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