Haydn Gwynne
City Of Angels
Haydn began her theatre career at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough in His Monkey Wife directed by Alan Aykbourn. Later theatre credits include: The Bluebird Of Unhappiness, The Cabinet Minister and The Recruiting Officer for the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester; the title role in Hedda Gabler (Bolton Octagon); Billie Burke in Ziegfeld (London Palladium); Millamant in The Way Of The World (Threatre Royal, Northampton); and Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Ludlow Festival).

On Television she is best known for her roles as Robyn Penrose in the award-winning BBC drama serial Nice Work by David Lodge, and Alex the deputy news editor in Channel 4's Drop The Dead Donkey (for which she was nominated for a BAFTA and a British Comedy Award). Last year she also starred in Time Riders, an adventure serial for Thames, and other TV credits include: Frederic Raphael's After The War (Granada); The Great Writers - Thomas Mann (LWT/Channel 4); Agatha Christie's Poirot (LWT); Lovejoy, Call Me Mister, What Mad Pursuit (all BBC); and Berlin Break (Columbia Pictures - still to be screened). She has recently completed a pilot for a new series, Mad And Sandie for LWT.
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