Lucinda Raikes

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Lucinda Raikes
Born 14 April 1975
Cambridge, England

Lucinda Mary J Raikes (born 14 April 1975 in Cambridge) is an English actress, most noted for playing Karen Ball in the sitcom Green Wing and Angela Heaney in The Thick of It and its spin off film In the Loop. She has also appeared in Sensitive Skin, Extras, Casanova and 15 Storeys High.[1]

Film[edit]

Year Title[2] Role
2009 In the Loop Reporter
2009 Bright Star Reynolds Sister
2013 The Fifth Estate Christian Assange
2014 Maleficent First Pixie
2014 Crocodile Angela

Television[edit]

Year Title[2] Role Notes
The Ark Nurse Helen
30 And Counting Date
Parade's End Hullo Central
Any Human Heart Miss Warburton
Casualty Tammy
Blue Murder Alison Aspen
Messiah Liza
Cinderella Phoebe
The Thick of It Angela Heaney 3 Series, Xmas special 2006 and Summer Special 2007
Raging Various
Freezing Gloria
Casualty Wendy
The Old Guys Amber Pilot
Extras Lisa
Sensitive Skin Irina
Casanova Marta
Green Wing Karen Ball 2 series
Tales of Uplift Various
Moral Improvements Various
People Like Us Fiona
15 Storeys High Health Visitor
Mr Charity Rebecca
Ed Stone Is Dead Coroner's Assistant

Theatre[edit]

Play[3] Role Director Venue
The Hypochondriac[4] Angelique Gemma Bodinetz ETT/Liverpool Everyman
Mary Stuart Mary Stuart Ryan McBride Union Theatre
The Children's Hour Janet Howard Davies National Theatre
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Ensemble Matthew Francis National Theatre
Don Juan Comes From the War Various Fiona Laird National Theatre
Lost in a Mirror Aurora Loveday Ingram BAC
Mad for Love Celia John Farndon Riverside Studios
Life Is A Dream Estrella Ruth Levin Old Red Lion
Cloud Nine Maud/Victoria Patrick Lydon Latchmere Theatre
Not Loving Susan Susan Lucy Bradley King's Head Theatre

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Curtis Brown". curtisbrown.co.uk.
  2. ^ a b All data from http://www.curtisbrown.co.uk/lucinda-raikes//works/
  3. ^ All data from http://www.curtisbrown.co.uk/lucinda-raikes//works/ except where noted.
  4. ^ "The Hypochondriac by Roger McGough after Molière". Everyman Playhouse. Retrieved 14 Dec 2012.

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