Rebecca Johnson (II)


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Rebecca was born in Roehampton and grew up in Twickenham. She attended Grey Court School in Richmond-upon-Thames, then Godolphin and Latymer before spending three years at LAMDA. Rebecca has had a 25 year career in theatre, television and film. Most notably she appears as Rob Brydon's wife Sally in The Trip series, directed by Michael Winterbottom... See full bio »

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Known For

The Trip Sally
(2010)
Poirot Gladys Narracott
(2001)
The Trip to Italy Sally (Rob's Wife)
(2014)
The Carrier Jess Ayres
(2015)

Filmography

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 2021 Three Families (TV Mini Series)
Maria Miller
- Episode #1.2 (2021) ... Maria Miller
 2020 Twenny Twenny (Short)
 2010-2020 The Trip (TV Series)
Sally
- The Mani to Ithaca (2020) ... Sally
- Hydra to the Mani (2020) ... Sally
- Pelion to Athens (2020) ... Sally
- Il Riccio, Capri (2014) ... Sally (credit only)
- Villa Cimbrone, Ravello (2014) ... Sally (voice)
 2020 The Trip to Greece
Sally
 2019 Casualty (TV Series)
Sue Bainford
- Episode #34.3 (2019) ... Sue Bainford
 2019/II The Flood
Kim
 2019 Fleabag (TV Series)
Family Friend
- Episode #2.4 (2019) ... Family Friend
 2017 The Trip to Spain
Sally
 2017 Anna Mann's Valentine (TV Short)
Liz
 2016/IV The Listener (Short)
Mother (voice)
 2015 The Carrier
Jess Ayres
 2015 Hedda
Thea
 2014 Suspects (TV Series)
Henrietta Holland
- Sensitivity (2014) ... Henrietta Holland
 2014 The Trip to Italy
Sally (Rob's Wife)
 2001-2011 Holby City (TV Series)
Annie Greendale / Helen Somers
- Damage Control (2011) ... Annie Greendale
- Tip of the Iceberg (2001) ... Helen Somers
 2010/I The Trip
Sally
 2009 Casualty 1909 (TV Series)
Winifried Spencer
- Episode #1.3 (2009) ... Winifried Spencer
- Episode #1.2 (2009) ... Winifried Spencer
 2008 Casualty 1907 (TV Mini Series)
Sister Spencer
- Episode #1.2 (2008) ... Sister Spencer
 2006 Casualty 1906 (TV Movie)
Sister Spencer
 2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man (TV Movie)
Duchess of York
 2003-2006 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Jenny Down / Anne
- Vixen's Run (2006) ... Jenny Down
- A Tale of Two Hamlets (2003) ... Anne
 2003 Foyle's War (TV Series)
Jenny Wentworth
- Fifty Ships (2003) ... Jenny Wentworth
 2003 The Royal (TV Series)
Venetia Wake-Palmer
- The Unbreakable Chain (2003) ... Venetia Wake-Palmer
 2003 MI-5 (TV Series)
Trendy Civil Servant
- Legitimate Targets (2003) ... Trendy Civil Servant (scenes deleted)
 2002 Shackleton (TV Mini Series)
Nurse Shackleton (uncredited)
 2001 Poirot (TV Series)
Gladys Narracott
- Evil Under the Sun (2001) ... Gladys Narracott
 2001 Gentlemen's Relish (TV Movie)
Sarah Rossetti
 1999 Locked in Silence (TV Movie)
Beth Ann
 1997 Jonathan Creek (TV Series)
Victoria
- The Reconstituted Corpse (1997) ... Victoria
 1994-1995 Just William (TV Series)
Ethel Brown
- William Turns Over a New Leaf (1995) ... Ethel Brown
- Parrots for Ethel (1995) ... Ethel Brown
- William and the Old Man in the Fog (1995) ... Ethel Brown
- William and the Ebony Hairbrush (1995) ... Ethel Brown
- Boys Will Be Boys (1995) ... Ethel Brown

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Other Works:

Her theatre credits include: "Whore" in "Edmond", a play by David Mamet, directed by Edward Hall (2003, National Theatre (Olivier), London, UK).


Height:

5' 5" (1.65 m)

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