Most recently seen on British television as Alison Braithwaites in Yorkshire TV series At Home With the Braithwaites
and in the lead role in the bio-pic of Diana Dors
' life entitled Blonde Bombshell, Amanda Redman
trained at Bristol Old Vic school and appeared on stage extensively at Bristol in a variety of modern and classic works. She has also appeared at the Royal National Theatre, most recently in the role of Regan in King Lear, directed by Sir Richard Eyre
, which was also televised.
Other television appearances include roles in The Men's Room, the controversial drama directed by Antonia Bird, as a leading character in the popular TV series Dangerfield, and in the title role of the BBC TV series Beck, starring as a private detective. Since completing filming on SEXY BEAST, Amanda Redman has starred on television opposite Lenny Henry in the second series of the BBC series Hope and Glory
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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