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Reeves, Saskia 1962-

Reeves, Saskia 1962-


Born in 1962, in London, England. Education: Studied acting with London Guildhall School of Speech and Drama.


Actress. Also did voice work for television commercials and read books for


Film Appearances:

Sarah Gilmartin, December Bride, M.D. Wax Courier, 1990.

Antonia McGill, Antonia and Jane, Miramax, 1991.

Natalie, Close My Eyes, Castle Hill, 1991.

Helen, In the Border Country, 1991.

Isobel Heatherington, The Bridge, 1992.

Louise Duffield, Traps, Filmopolis Pictures, 1994.

Lynda, I.D. (also known as Undercover), Sales Company, 1995.

Miriam, Butterfly Kiss (also known as Killer on the Road), Cinepix Film Properties, 1995.

Jean, Different for Girls (also known as Crossing the Border), First Look Pictures Releasing, 1996.

Joy, L.A. Without a Map (also known as I Love L.A. and Los Angeles Without a Map), United Media, 1998.

Maria Ann McCardle, Heart, Feature Film Company, 1999.

Ticks, 1999.

Bubbles (short), 2001.

Rosa, The Tesseract, First Look International, 2003.

Mum, The Knickerman (short), 2004.

Mother, Fast Learners (short), 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Chloe Marsh, Plotlands, BBC, 1997.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Edwina, A Woman of Substance, 1983.

Lady Jessica Atreides, Dune (also known as Frank Herbert's "Dune," Frank Herbert's "Dune—Der Wusternplanet," and Der Wustenplanet), Sci-Fi Channel, 2000.

Julie Hopcroft, Suspicion, ITV, 2003.

Cassie Mahy, Island at War, ITV and PBS, 2004.

Eileen Judd, The Commander: Virus, ITV, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Sheila Rabey, Afterlife, BBC America and ITV, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Greta Samsa, Metamorphosis, 1987.

Rosie, Children Crossing, BBC, 1990.

Lady Marsham, Citizen Locke, 1994.

Selina Roberts, Cruel Train, BBC, 1995.

Mrs. Cratchit, A Christmas Carol, TNT, 1999.

Meryl Rogers, A Line in the Sand, Anglia, 2004.

Louise Doyle, The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle, BBC, 2005.

Lady Mountbatten, The Last Days of the Raj, Channel 4, 2007.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Phillipa Monaghan, "In My Defence," Two Monologues: In My Defence/A Chip in the Sugar, PBS, 1992.

Narrator, A Very British Psycho (documentary), 1997.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Pretty Girl, "Daddy's Girls," Lytton's Diary, 1985.

Dr. Laurie Poole, "Breaking Glass," Waking the Dead, BBC, 2003.

Mary Alton, "If TV Goes Down the Tube," If, BBC, 2005.

Sheila Rabey, "Daniel One & Two," Afterlife, ITV and BBC America, 2005.

Eileen Edwards, "Natural Causes," The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, BBC1 and PBS, 2006.

Sally Bernard, Spooks (also known as MI-5), BBC1 and Arts and Entertainment, 2006.

Stage Appearances:

Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing, Majestic Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, then Playhouse Theatre, London, both 1998.

Carol, Orpheus Descending, Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London, 2000.



Empire, issue 32, 1992, pp. 44-45.

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