She acted in Frank Xaver Kroetz's play, "Through The Leaves;" Mike Stott's play, "Dead Men;" Peter Arnott's play, "White Rose;" Chris Hannan's play, "Elizabeth Gordon Quinn;" Ken Ross's play, "The Price of Experience;" John Clifford's play, "Losing Venice;" Ernst Jandl's play, "Aus Der Fremde;" and Philippe Gaulier's play, "No ...
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When people ask about how I approach a character - well, I wouldn't know how to approach a character if I tried. People will ask about choosing a role; I don't choose roles. People will talk to me about preparation. Aside from putting together a disguise, I'm not aware of any preparation at all.
She has Scottish, English, and Northern Irish ancestry. She can trace some of her ancestry back 35 generations, to the ninth century. Her father, Major-General Sir John Swinton, is the former head of The Queen's Household Division and Lord-Lieutenant of Berwickshire.