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|Years active||2003 - Present|
Abby Rakic-Platt (born 3 May 1993) is a British actress best known for her performances in the television series The Story of Tracy Beaker on the children's channel CBBC as Jackie Hopper. She appeared in a 2010 Sainsbury's Christmas advert.
Early and personal life
She attended Highams Park School and Grey Coat Hospital secondary school, both in London, England, and has four younger siblings, Maddie, Jaime and Eloise Rakic-Platt who are also actresses. Rakic-Platt's maternal grandfather is from Yugoslavia. Rakic-Platt was trained at the Anna Scher Theatre School, attending from the age of 7 or 8 to 18. Rakic-Platt lives in Walthamstow with her father, a taxi driver, and her mother, a school secretary.
|2003-2005||The Story of Tracy Beaker||Jackie Hopper||Series 3-5|
|2003||Murder In Mind||Holly Robbins||Justice|
|2004||Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me||Jackie||Movie|
|2004||Tracy Beaker Parties With Pudsey||Jackie|
|2006||The Bill||Keeley Tate||Episode: 425|
|2006||The Inspector Lynley Mysteries||Nicky Warren||Episode: One Guilty Deed|
|2009||A Small Town Duet||Ruby|
|2010||The Bill||Abi Cole||Episode: That Type of Cop|
|2013||Life of Crime||Ellen Carver||S1 E1|
|2014||Casualty||Libby Carson||Episode: Losing Grip|
|2015, 2017||Chewing Gum||Kristy Raven||7 Episodes|
|2012||Vera Vera Vera||Charlie||Royal Court Theatre, London|||
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