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Geraldine Alexander Poster

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  • (2000) At the Globe Theater in England, she played Ariel in their production of The Tempest. Vanessa Redgrave played Prospero in this production alongside Geraldine.
  • (2007) TV commercial for MFI
  • (1996) TV commercial for Lloyds Bank "Four Rings"
  • (October 1985) She acted in Tennessee Williams's play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Brenda Peters, David Cunningham, Colin Reese, and Simon Rouse in the cast. Harold Pinter was director.
  • (July 1985) She acted in Tennessee Williams's play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Alice Drummind, Simon Rouse, Colin Reese, and Michael Beck in the cast. Harold Pinter was director.
  • (2013) TV commercial for Sky Broadband
  • (1996) She acted in the play, "Method and Madness," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Martin Marquez, Simon Robson, and Abigail Thaw in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.
  • (1996) She acted in Noel Coward's play, "Private Lives," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Martin Marquez, Simon Robson, and Abigail Thaw in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.
  • (1996) She acted in Michael Cunningham and Peter Geiten's play, "Flesh and Blood," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Martin Marquez, Simon Robson, and Abigail Thaw in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.
  • (1996) She acted in Tom Hardy's play, "Jude the Obscure," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Martin Marquez, Simon Robson, and Abigail Thaw in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.
  • (2000) She acted in Oscar Wilde's play, "A Woman of No Importance," at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England with Jonny Phillips, Alison McKenna, Paul Chequer, Richenda Carey, Gaye Brown, and Steven Beard in the cast.
  • (2002) She acted in Peter Oswald's play, "The Golden Ass," at the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, England with Mark Rylance, Paul Higgins, Jan Knightley, John Ramm, and Albie Woodington in the cast. Tim Carroll was director.

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