Lucy Cohu
English actress
Lucy Cohu
Lucy Cohu is an award-winning English stage and film actress, known for portraying Princess Margaret in The Queen's Sister, Evelyn Brogan in Cape Wrath and Alice Carter in Torchwood: Children of Earth.
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As 'Fright Night' Premieres, David Tennant's Career in Photos - Anglophenia (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Jim Broadbent, Rebecca Hall, Lucy Cohu, and Jodhi May rounded out this sterling cast. Watch the HBO trailer. Tennant and Sir Patrick Stewart appeared as Hamlet and Claudius in this 2009 telefilm, reprising their roles from the rapturously received
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The Awakening: credete nei fantasmi? - CVG - Cinema e Videogiochi
Google News - over 5 years
... Dominic West (è stato L' ispettore Popil in Hannibal Lecter – Le origini del male), Imelda Staunton (la perfida Dolores Umbridge in Harry Potter el'ordine della fenice e Harry Potter ei Doni della morte I), Lucy Cohu, John Shrapnel, Diana Kent,
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Cast: Asher in Kingston, Full Glass & Nunn's Tempest - WhatsOnStage.com
Google News - over 5 years
The part of Sylvia, previously played by Lucy Cohu, is now played by Tara Fitzgerald. Stanley Townsend plays Dr Harry Hyman. Nigel Lindsay, now playing the titular ogre in West End musical Shrek, won the Whatsonstage.com Award for the role in 2010
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Torchwood - 3ª Temporada - Na TV (Blogue)
Google News - over 5 years
Mas se tem uma coisa que me incomodou durante Children of the Earth foi Lucy Cohu, a intérprete de Alice. Estivesse seu filho morrendo, sendo perseguida por caras armados, sendo finalmente libertada ou tomando café da manhã com Steven, sua expressão
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Sher Breaks More Glass at Tricycle, Transfers - WhatsOnStage.com
Google News - over 5 years
The part of Sylvia, previously played by Lucy Cohu, will now be taken by Tara Fitzgerald. Further casting – including the part of the doctor, for which Nigel Lindsay (now in the West End in Shrek) won this year's Whatsonstage.com Award for Best
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Camelot: episodes one and two - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
When Merlin comes to tell Arthur he's won Britain's Got a New Monarch and is really Uther's son, his adoptive mum (Lucy Cohu) looks like she's having a serious attack of the giggles. Lot roaring into the throne room with his soldiers like the Sweeney
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A Delicate Balance - New Statesman
Google News - over 5 years
Julia, played by the excellent Lucy Cohu as a middle-aged woman on the verge of being five again, is fresh meat for these scrapping big cats, but the apparently straightforward friends Edna and Harry are the real wildebeest, ripe to be torn apart
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KD Lang Croons, East Coast Trauma, Swap Shop: London Weekend - Bloomberg
Google News - over 5 years
Photographer: Hugo Glendinning/Premier PR via Bloomberg Imelda Staunton and Lucy Cohu in "A Delicate Balance" by Edward Albee, in a production by James Macdonald at the Almeida Theatre in London. Claire is a drunk who doesn't spare her tongue,
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Chekhov's Orchard Is Classy Gray; Albee Pursues Balance: Warwick Thompson - Bloomberg
Google News - almost 6 years
Photographer: Catherine Ashmore/National Theatre via Bloomberg Imelda Staunton and Lucy Cohu in "A Delicate Balance" by Edward Albee, in a production by James Macdonald at the Almeida Theatre in London. Claire is a drunk who doesn't spare her tongue,
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A Delicate Balance, Almeida, London - Financial Times
Google News - almost 6 years
It emerges that they have guests: Agnes's alcoholic sister (Imelda Staunton, caustically funny) is already in residence, and their much-divorced daughter (Lucy Cohu, impressively unhinged), is en route back from her latest marital disaster
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Theatre Review: A Delicate Balance @ The Almeida - Londonist
Google News - almost 6 years
Tim Pigott-Smith is the passive, 'very nice but ineffectual' Tobias, as aptly described by his whining, hysterical 'perpetual brat' of a daughter, Julia (Lucy Cohu). Ian McElhinney as Harry, the invading best friend, is as weak a man as Tobias,
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A Delicate Balance - TheaterMania.com
Google News - almost 6 years
They are less thrilled about the imminent return of their daughter Julia (Lucy Cohu), following the collapse of her fourth marriage. The balance of their home life is upset further by the unannounced arrival of their old friends Henry and Edna (Ian ... - -
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Photo Flash: Almeida Theatre's A DELICATE BALANCE - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
The cast is Lucy Cohu (Julia), Diana Hardcastle (Edna), Ian McElhinney (Harry), Imelda Staunton (Claire), Tim Pigott-Smith (Tobias) and Penelope Wilton (Agnes). Urban socialites Agnes and Tobias appear to inhabit a glamorous world of drinks parties and
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Camelot: Tutti i cavalieri della Tavola Rotonda... - Movieplayer.it
Google News - almost 6 years
... di passaggio) come James Purefoy (lo spavaldo re Lot), e ispirati, come Sean Pertwee (il fedele Ector) e la splendida Lucy Cohu, genitore adottivo capace in poche battute di restituire tutta la dolcezza e l'apprensione di una madre amorevole
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Annan sinulle anteeksi - Iltalehti
Google News - almost 6 years
Stephen (Derek Riddell) ja Liz (Lucy Cohu) ovat olleet naimisissa 18 vuotta ja ovat kahden nuoren tytön vanhemmat. Lizin mielestä he ovat onnellisiakin, kunnes sitten yhtenä päivänä kaikki romahtaa kerralla, kun tytöistä toinen, 10-vuotias Sophie
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THEATER REVIEW; In the City of Second Chances
NYTimes - over 6 years
LONDON -- It's one of the virtues of the London stage that it doesn't mind offering a leg up to a show that flopped on Broadway. In 1994, about a decade before the playwright's death, Arthur Miller's ''Broken Glass'' opened in New York and closed after two months. Later that same year, the play was seen in London at the National Theatre, in an
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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'TORCHWOOD: CHILDREN OF EARTH'; Gay Heroes and a Reptilian Monster, From the BBC
NYTimes - over 7 years
America these days gets its televised science fiction in a narrow spectrum, from serious to grim. (Hello, ''Battlestar Galactica.'') Even relatively lighthearted fare like the ''Stargate'' franchise strives for a certain level of surface plausibility. Which may explain why the British series ''Torchwood,'' which begins its third season -- actually
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WHAT'S ON SUNDAY NIGHT
NYTimes - over 9 years
10 P.M. (Showtime) MEADOWLANDS -- This dark new series follows the Brogans, who aren't exactly what they seem, as they move to this spooky English suburban paradise, where none of their neighbors are what they seem either. David Morrissey plays Danny Brogan, the patriarch of a family trying to make a fresh start in a witness protection program.
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Criminal in the Suburbs, But With a British Accent
NYTimes - over 9 years
Until the dawn of the 23rd century -- at the very earliest, you suppose -- any new family drama on television seeking to dissect class and criminality will exist in the penumbra of another. The arrival of such a series will call to mind what legendarily came before: its moral inquiries, its occasionally bewildering points of plot. I speak here, of
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lucy Cohu
    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 42
    In February 2010 she began a five-week run in a production of An Enemy of the People at the Crucible Theatre, starring alongside Sir Antony Sher as Katrina Stockmann, and later appeared in Arthur Miller's 'Broken Glass' at the Tricycle Theatre.
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  • 2008
    Age 40
    In November 2008 Cohu won an international Emmy award for Best Actress for her role in the true-life drama Forgiven.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2005
    Age 37
    In 2005 she portrayed Princess Margaret in the semi-fictional version of her life, The Queen's Sister, for Channel 4, for which she was nominated for Emmy and BAFTA awards.
    More Details Hide Details She was widely praised for the role; for example, Variety disliked the "somewhat tawdry biopic", but said that "Cohu makes it all worth watching". Cohu herself said she played Margaret like a proper woman with an insatiable and tremendous energy for life: previous images in her mind had been of a bloated and sick courtier confined to a wheelchair. She hoped the production hadn't offended anyone as she really liked the Queen. Cohu has also appeared in Cape Wrath, Ballet Shoes, as Theo Danes, and Torchwood: Children of Earth, as Alice Carter, the daughter of Captain Jack Harkness. Cohu has also appeared in several films, including Gosford Park and Becoming Jane. After an eight-year hiatus from the stage, Cohu starred in a revival of Speaking in Tongues at the Duke of York's Theatre, opposite John Simm, Ian Hart and Kerry Fox. Cohu received positive reviews for this performance.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1968
    Age 0
    Lucy Ann Cohu was born in Wiltshire in 1968.
    More Details Hide Details She attended a boarding school as a child, and went on to train at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Cohu said that, despite her family's strong military background, her parents were entirely supportive of her desire to be an actress. Cohu lives in Kensal Green in Brent, London. Cohu was married to the actor Corey Johnson, but later divorced. Before she made a living from acting she used to perform for children's parties. She has been quoted as saying that had she not found success as an actress she would have gone into children's nursing. Cohu's first acting job after graduating from drama school was at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, in a production of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. She made her television debut in an episode of Casualty. She went on to work extensively in television, including playing the role Major Jessica Bailey in the popular ITV show Soldier Soldier followed by many parts in British television.
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