Blythe Duff

Born Nov 25, 1962

Blythe Duff is a Scottish actress, best known for her role as Jackie Reid in the ITV television series drama, Taggart.

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1962 Birth Born on November 25, 1962.


1983 20 Years Old She entered the profession in 1983 with her first job at the Young Playwrights Festival (Scottish Youth Theatre/The Traverse). … Read More
1989 26 Years Old 1 More Event
She worked in theatre for seven years, appearing with Scottish Opera in Street Scene as Shirley Kaplan in 1989, and at the Coliseum Theatre in London with the English National Opera.
She was working for Scottish Opera when she landed the role of Jackie Reid in the sixth series of Taggart in 1990.


1993 30 Years Old By series eight in 1993 her character was promoted to Detective Sergeant.
1998 35 Years Old …  They were engaged in October and married on 22 March 1998 at Culzean Castle, Maybole He left the police force and set up the property company, Blue Door Property. … Read More
2002 39 Years Old She became the longest-serving member of the Taggart cast after James Macpherson left the show in 2002. … Read More


2003 40 Years Old On 28 November 2003, she was a guest on the daytime talk show Today with Des and Mel.
2004 41 Years Old 1 More Event
On 23 June 2004 she was a contestant on the celebrity comedy game show Win, Lose or Draw Late.
2006 43 Years Old In February 2006 she appeared with the National Theatre of Scotland in their first production "Home, Glasgow" Cranhill, Glasgow.
2009 46 Years Old In January 2009 she appeared in a National Theatre of Scotland/Donmar Warehouse tour of Scotland and England of the play Be Near Me adapted by Ian McDiarmid from the novel of the same name by Andrew O'Hagan. … Read More
2011 48 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2011 she made her New York debut, playing Carlotta Burns in "Beautiful Burnout" (Frantic Assembly/NTS) at St Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, and reprised the role for the Sydney, Perth and Wellington Festivals in 2012.
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