Andrea Lowe

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Andrea Lowe
Born (1975-01-01) 1 January 1975 (age 39)
Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
Occupation Actress

Andrea Lowe (born 1 January 1975 in Arnold, Nottinghamshire) is an English actress.

Career[edit]

She started her theatre career at the Sheffield's Crucible Theatre in the play The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter.[1]

In 1993 she had her first film role, alongside Samantha Morton, in the musical comedy drama called The Token King, set in a high school in Nottingham. Lowe guest starred in two episodes of the second season of The Tudors in which she played Lady Eleanor Luke, a fictional noblewoman who is briefly the mistress of Henry VIII, and she played the role of Annie Cabbot in the British television network ITV series DCI Banks.

Personal life[edit]

Lowe lives with her fashion buyer fiancé Terry Betts in London’s East End and was due to give birth to their first child in May 2012.[2]

Film work[edit]

  • Route Irish 2010 (Sixteen Films)
  • Club Le Monde (Sarah) 2002 (Screen Production Associates)
  • Pandaemonium (Edith Southey) 2000 (Mariner Films)
  • Threesome (Melanie) 2000 (Sugar & Water Films)
  • Repeat After Me (Channel 4 Dogma Series; Ideal World)
  • The Rover’s Return (Short End Films)
  • The Perfect G (London Guildhall)
  • The Token King (Channel 4)
  • Snorted (Goldsmiths College)

TV work[edit]

  • Lewis Series 8, "The Lions of Nemea" (Philippa Garwood) 2014
  • Love Life (TV series) (Lucy) 2012
  • DCI Banks (series) (DS Annie Cabbot) 2011
  • Coronation Street three episodes (Naomi) 2009
  • The Tudors Season Two, episodes 3 & 4 (Lady Eleonor Luke) 2008
  • No Heroics Season One, episode 1 "Supergroupie" (Vicci) 2008
  • Silent Witness Episode "Terror" Parts 1&2 (Emily Wright) 2008
  • Torchwood Season Two, episode "Fragments" (Katie) 2008
  • Marple "Ordeal By Innocence" (Maureen)
  • Murphy's Law (Series 5) (Kim Goodall) 2007
  • Where the Heart Is – (Zoë Phelps) 2006
  • Cracker (Elaine) 2006
  • Murder City – "Death of a Ladies' Man" (Helen Osborn) 2006
  • The Bill – Episodes 400 and 401 (Leigh Bevan) 2006
  • Love Soup – "The Reflecting Pool" (Tina) 2005
  • A Thing Called Love (Liz Leech) 2004
  • No Angels – Episode No. 1.9 (Julia) 2004
  • Fields of Gold (W.P.C.) 2002
  • Rescue Me (Melanie Woods)
  • Peak Practice – Suffer the Little Children (Zoë Thomson) 2001
  • The Sleeper (Donna) 2000
  • Nature Boy (Claire Whitaker) 2000
  • Night and Day (BBC)
  • Doctors – Episode "Second Chance" (Jackie Dean)

Selected theatre work[edit]

  • Bash (Citizens Theatre Glasgow)
  • A Day In Dull Armour (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs)
  • The Birthday Party (Crucible Theatre Sheffield)
  • Lost and Found (River House Barn)
  • Gong Donkeys (The Bush Theatre)

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