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Sophie Hunter (born 16 March 1978) is a British theatre and opera director, playwright, actress, and singer. She directed the experimental play 69° South (2012), which dramatized the almost fatal voyage of Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton by having performers on stilts manipulate marionettes, the New York production of Benjamin Britten's opera... See full bio »


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 2012/III Maria (Short)
 2010 Great Performances (TV Series)
- Macbeth (2010) ... Witch
 2010 In the Meadow (Short)
Woman in the Meadow
 2009 Torchwood (TV Series)
- Children of Earth: Day Four (2009) ... Vanessa
 2009 Burlesque Fairytales
Annabel Blythe-Smith
 2007 Mumbai Calling (TV Series)
Tiffany Glass
- Pilot (2007) ... Tiffany Glass
 2005 Friends & Crocodiles (TV Movie)
 2004 My Life in Film (TV Series)
- Rear Window (2004) ... Anna
 2004 Traffic Warden (Short)
The Girlfriend
 2004 Keen Eddie (TV Series)
- Citizen Cecil (2004) ... Lois
 2004 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Bella Monday
- The Maid in Splendour (2004) ... Bella Monday

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She acted in Rupert Goold and Ben Power's translation of Christopher Marlowe's play, "Faustus", at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England with Scott Handy, Jake Maskall, Mark Lockyer and Stephen Noonan in the cast. Rupert Goold was also the director.

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Hunter is skilled in athletics, running, sailing, swimming, tennis and yoga. See more »

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