She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Platonov," at the Almeida Theatre at King's Cross in London, England with Aiden Gillen, Adrian Scarborough, Helen McCrory, David Ross, Bernard Kay, Arthur Cox, Jeffry Wickham, Bruce Purchase, and Sam Beazley in the cast. Jonathan Kent was director.
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Jodhi T. May | Johdi May
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on fame] Yes, well, I tend not to focus on that side of it, and best not to, really. You don't want to end up living a horribly narcissistic life, do you? And everything about fame and celebrity sort of suggests that kind of fate. As an actor, I think it's really important to be as anonymous as possible. It's your job to convince people that you are somebody else, and so any recognition I'd get ...
One of the youngest actors (age 12) to ever win a Cannes Film Festival acting award for A World Apart
(1988), she also won the Laurence Olivier
Award for "most promising newcomer".