|Born||Celia Daisy Morna Haggard
22 March 1978
London, United Kingdom
Celia Daisy Morna Haggard (born 22 March 1978) is a British actress.
Haggard's television acting debut occurred in a 1996 episode of ITV's Ruth Rendell Mysteries directed by her father. Piers Haggard had asked his daughter to help him during the audition process by reading opposite the candidates. She later reported that because she is dyslexic "he had to work on it with me so that I didn't ruin it for the other person reading." During the auditions, the producer stated that he wanted to audition Haggard herself, despite opposition from her father who did not want his daughter to take up the difficult life of an actor.
Haggard later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She appeared in the BBC Three sketch show Man Stroke Woman, and in the Channel 4 sitcom Green Wing as Emmy. She also made a brief appearance in an episode of Peep Show, playing a nurse, and in the BBC 2 comedy Psychoville by The League of Gentlemen writers Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith, in the role of a pantomime actress, Debbie. She was Emma in the BBC2 sitcom The Persuasionists.
On film, she was the voice of the Ministry Lift in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1. In 2010, Haggard appeared in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) film for television, Abroad, playing Poppy Young.
She starred in the 2010 British independent film, Honeymooner and co-stars with Ben Willbond and Laura Solon in the short film Tooty's Wedding, screened at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. In 2011, she appeared in the BBC/Showtime comedy Episodes. She also starred in Echoes of the Dead, an episode of Midsomer Murders. She also appeared in the 2011 Christmas Special of Outnumbered.
In July 2012 Sky1 began airing the series Parents, in which Haggard plays Chrissie, the sister of the main character Jenny (played by Sally Phillips).
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