Helen Longworth

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Helen Longworth (born 1976, Preston) is a British actress.

She has appeared in many radio plays including playing the character of Zofia in six series of On Mardle Fen, Susie Dean in The Good Companions and Marina in Pericles. Also in A Song For Edmond Shakespeare (2005) and The Pattern of Painful Adventures (2008), both fictional treatments of the life of William Shakespeare.

TV appearances in Hollyoaks, Heartbeat, Emmerdale, "Coronation Street" and "Doctors".

Longworth has appeared as a lead vocalist with rock band Heroes of She.

She also played recurring character, Hannah, in The Archers.

Radio[edit]

Date Title Role Director Station
28 December 2014 "Pilgrim" Binnie Beauregarde Marc Beeby BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
27 December 2004 Boxing Clever Veronica Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
4 May 2005 Claw Marks on the Curtain: Fur Eleanor Ned Chaillet BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama
29 November 2005 French Sex at the Wilmslow Rex Helen Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
5 December 200530 December 2005 David Copperfield Martha Jeremy Mortimer and Mary Peate BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama
2 April 20076 April 2007 Captain Starlight's Apprentice[1] Rose Lu Kemp BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama
18 June 2008 Listen to the Words[2] Dr Susan Jessica Dromgoole BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
1 September 2008 Peter Lorre vs Peter Lorre[3] Helen Hafner Toby Swift BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
23 November 2008 The Pattern of Painful Adventures[4] Susannah Shakespeare Jeremy Mortimer BBC Radio 3 Drama on 3
4 February 2009 Déjà Vu[5] Translator Lu Kemp and Christophe Rault BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play

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