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17 July 1984 |
London, England, UK
|Education||City of London School for Girls,
|Alma mater||University College London|
|Parents||Bill Nighy (father)
Diana Quick (mother)
Nighy is a director of Foster Films. She has directed short films including Lulu and Player, the latter was written by Sam Hodges, starred Pete Postlethwaite, Celia Imrie, Haydn Gwynne and Sam Hodges and premiered at the 2008 Miami Short Film Festival. She directed Hodges' play Lyre at the HighTide Festival in spring 2007.
- Tormented (2009) as Helena
- Marple: at Bertram's Hotel (2007, TV movie) as Brigit
- Gallathea (2007, staged reading) as Phillida
- Marie-Antoinette (2006) as Princesse de Lamballe
- The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha (2005) as Hidalla
- Spooks (2004) (TV series) guest starring as Jemma Roberts
- Rosemary & Thyme (2004, TV series) guest starring as Fern
- The Lost Prince (2003, TV)
- Invitation to the Waltz (2001, radio play)
- The Young Ambassadors (1998, radio play)
Nighy was born in London, England and is the daughter of Bill Nighy and Diana Quick. She was educated at the City of London School for Girls and Westminster School. Nighy graduated with First-Class Honours in English from University College London in 2006. She is a former member of the National Youth Theatre.
- "Breakthrough Brits". UK Film Council. 30 May 2008. Retrieved 2009-05-22.
- Love, Emma (22 October 2006). "Rising star / Mary Nighy, actor". The Guardian. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
- Mary Nighy at the Internet Movie Database
- Nighy, Mary at BFI
- How love kept Bill Nighy and Diana Quick together, by Lester Middlehurst
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