Alison Peebles

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Alison Peebles (born 1953) is an award winning Scottish actress, director, and writer in theatre, film, and television. She is a co-founder of Communicado, a multiple award winning Scottish theater company.[1][2] Peebles is noted for her portrayal of Lady Macbeth in Michael Boyd’s celebrated 1993 production of Macbeth at The Tron Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland.[3]

Peebles directed the film AfterLife which won the Standard Life Audience Award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2003.[4] Peebles is also noted for the documentary Multiple, shown on BBC Scotland in February 2006, in which she revealed that she has Multiple Sclerosis.[5][6]

Alison Peebles originally trained as a Painter at Edinburgh College of Art.

Filmography[edit]

Actress[edit]

  • 2011 Fast Romance (film)
  • 2010 Lip Service (TV series)
  • 2010 Labour (film short)
  • 2009 Floating Is Easy (short)
  • 2009 Wasted (film)
  • 2009 Eadar-Chluich (TV series)
  • 2004-2008 High Times (TV series)
  • 2008 Trouble Sleeping
  • 2007 Silver Tongues (short)
  • 1988-2005 Taggart (TV series)
  • 2004 Sex Traffic (TV movie)
  • 2003 AfterLife (film)
  • 2003 Skagerrak (film)
  • 1999 Psychos (TV mini-series)
  • 1998 The Acid House (film)
  • 1997 Bumping the Odds (TV movie)
  • 1996 Rab C. Nesbitt (TV series)
  • 1995 The Final Cut (TV mini-series)
  • 1992-1994 Strathblair (TV series)
  • 1992 Bunch of Five (TV series)
  • 1992 Advocates II (TV movie)
  • 1991 Advocates I (TV movie)
  • 1990 Casualty (TV series)

Director[edit]

  • 2003 AfterLife (film)
  • 2002-2003 Stacey Stone (TV series)
  • 2001 Tangerine (film short)
  • 2001 Nan (film short)

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