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Debra Gillett

Debra Gillett is an actress, known for Notes on a Scandal (2006), Bridget Jones's Baby (2016) and The Witches (1990). She has been married to Patrick Marber since 2002. They have three children. See full bio »
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Known For

Notes on a Scandal
(2006)
Bridget Jones's Baby
(2016)
The Witches
The Witches Waitress
(1990)
Cranford
Cranford Mrs Johnson
(2007-2009)

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 2016 Bridget Jones's Baby
Daisy
 2014 A Small Family Business
Poppy McCracken
 2014 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Mrs. Harper
- Episode #3.5 (2014) ... Mrs. Harper
 2007-2009 Cranford (TV Series)
Mrs Johnson
- May 1843 (2007) ... Mrs Johnson
- April 1843 (2007) ... Mrs Johnson
- November 1842 (2007) ... Mrs Johnson
 2006 Notes on a Scandal
Lorraine
 2006 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Rita Connolly
- The Idiot's Lantern (2006) ... Rita Connolly
 2004-2005 MI-5 (TV Series)
Debra Langham / Psychologist
- Episode #4.6 (2005) ... Debra Langham
- Episode #4.5 (2005) ... Debra Langham
- Episode #3.5 (2004) ... Psychologist (uncredited)
 2005 Footprints in the Snow (TV Movie)
Val
 2002 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
Sonia Wingate
- Dialogues of the Dead: Part 2 (2002) ... Sonia Wingate
- Dialogues of the Dead: Part 1 (2002) ... Sonia Wingate
 2001 Cold Feet (TV Series)
Georgina
- Episode #4.2 (2001) ... Georgina
 2000 Breathtaking
Julie
 1997 Mr. White Goes to Westminster (TV Movie)
Kath
 1997 Soul Music (TV Mini-Series)
Susan Sto Helit
- Episode #1.6 (1997) ... Susan Sto Helit (voice)
- Episode #1.3 (1997) ... Susan Sto Helit (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1997) ... Susan Sto Helit (voice)
- Episode #1.2 (1997) ... Susan Sto Helit (voice)
- Episode #1.7 (1997) ... Susan Sto Helit (voice)
 1996 Wales Playhouse (TV Series)
Alison
- A Skip Day in Splott (1996) ... Alison
 1995 Eleven Men Against Eleven (TV Movie)
Jenny
 1995 Coogan's Run (TV Series)
Maud
- The Curator (1995) ... Maud
 1995 Just William (TV Series)
Peggy
 1995 The All New Alexei Sayle Show (TV Series)
- Episode #2.4 (1995)
- Episode #2.3 (1995)
 1995 The Bill (TV Series)
Nina
- Expert Witness (1995) ... Nina
 1994 A Nice Arrangement (Short)
 1993 Screen Two (TV Series)
Pat McVurrich
- The Long Roads (1993) ... Pat McVurrich
 1992 Between the Lines (TV Series)
Mary Shibden
- Lies and Damned Lies (1992) ... Mary Shibden
 1992 Truckers (TV Series)
Grimma
- So Near and Yet So Far (1992) ... Grimma (voice)
- The Great Escape (1992) ... Grimma (voice)
- Angalo's Return (1992) ... Grimma (voice)
- Searching the Store (1992) ... Grimma (voice)
- The Hostage Situation (1992) ... Grimma (voice)
 1991 Stay Lucky (TV Series)
Receptionist
- Poetic Justice (1991) ... Receptionist
 1991 Casualty (TV Series)
Reporter
- Judgement Day (1991) ... Reporter
 1991 G.B.H. (TV Mini-Series)
Sylvia
- Over and Out (1991) ... Sylvia
- Message Understood (1991) ... Sylvia
- Message Received (1991) ... Sylvia
 1991 Chimera (TV Mini-Series)
Julie
- Episode #1.1 (1991) ... Julie
 1991 Riff-Raff
Singer
 1991 Young Soul Rebels
Jill
 1990 The Witches
Waitress
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She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with David Calder, Penny Downie, Clifford Rose, Owen Teale, Mark Lewis Jones, Mark Lockyer, Christopher Luscombe, Kate Duchene, Christopher Colquhoun, and Ray Fearon in the cast... See more »
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Gave birth to her 2nd child, a son Fred Marber, with her husband Patrick Marber. See more »

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