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Miranda Raison Poster

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Overview (2)

Born in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, England, UK
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Miranda grew up in Burnham Thorpe on the North Norfolk coast and trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. Her father, Nick, is a jazz pianist and her mother, Caroline, read the news for Anglia television. In 2011, she played the title role in 'Anne Boleyn' at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to great critical acclaim.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (2)

Christopher Mollard (2 July 2017 - present) ( 1 child)
Raza Jaffrey (September 2007 - 2009) ( divorced)

Trivia (5)

Her father, jazz pianist Nick Raison, plays on Tallulah's number 'My Angel Put the Devil in Me' in the Doctor who episode 'Daleks of Manhattan' with his daughter singing as Tallulah.
Trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
Plays golf and is a member of the Aldeburgh Golf Club.
She is the great-niece of Thomas William Edward Coke, 5th Earl of Leicester.
Speaks fluent French.

Personal Quotes (11)

My mum lives near Holkham Bay in Norfolk, and with my dad by the coast in Suffolk, I spend quite a bit of time by the sea.
I'm a bad traveller because I suffer from travel sickness.
I'm really into beaches, but I also enjoy a bit of culture. An ideal holiday would have a nice balance of the two, but I'm definitely not into adrenalin sports, nor would I enjoy spending a month solid on a beach.
I do read on holiday, but it tends to be very lowbrow. I'm into really camp biographies, and I'm a shameless fan of Jilly Cooper.
I haven't done as much proper travelling as I'd like to have done. However, I know how important the weather is for my mood and spirits.
Most shows find themselves descending into sentimentality or earnestness at some point but, with 'Community,' the joke is always on.
My favourite programme of all time is 'Weeds'; the first three or four series are perfection.
Filming 'Doctor Who' is so incredibly different to 'Spooks.' Near to the surface, there's quite a silly atmosphere. A lot of the times, you're on the verge of giggles because it's so over the top.
I've had more fan mail from 'Doctor Who' than anything. People love the show so passionately.
A lot of shows peak after a series and never get it back, but 'Breaking Bad' keeps the tension up all the time.
I was genuinely frightened when I saw the Daleks. These ridiculous-looking things absolutely get to the core of you when you're standing in front of one.

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