Abigail Lucy Cruttenden
23 March 1968
Richmond, London, England
|Residence||East Sheen, London, England|
(m. 1997; div. 2000)
Jonathan R. Fraser
|Relatives||Hal Cruttenden (brother)|
Abigail Lucy Cruttenden (born 23 March 1968) is an English actress.
Personal and family life
Cruttenden lives in East Sheen, southwest London. She married actor Sean Bean in 1997 and had a daughter, Evie. Three months later the couple started divorce proceedings; they divorced in 2000. In 2003, she married Jonathan Fraser. They have a child, Merle.
Her grandmother, Cynthia Coatts, ran the Rosslyn School of Dance and Drama in London, while her late mother, Julia Cruttenden, ran the stage make-up school Greasepaint in London. Her brother is Hal Cruttenden, the stand-up comedian.
|1988||The Storyteller||The Princess|
|1989||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Geraldine Oglander|
|1991||The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes||Miss Violet Merville|
|1994||Love on a Branch Line||Belinda|
|1996||Sharpe's Regiment||Jane Gibbons|
|1996||Sharpe's Siege||Jane Sharpe née Gibbons|
|1996||Sharpe's Mission||Jane Sharpe|
|1997||Jane Eyre||Blanche Ingram||TV film adaptation|
|1997||Sharpe's Revenge||Jane Sharpe|
|1997||Sharpe's Justice||Jane Sharpe|
|1997||Sharpe's Waterloo||Jane Sharpe|
|2000||Anna Karenina||Betsy||British TV series|
|2000||Monarch of the Glen||Lizzie MacDonald|
|2001||Sword of Honour||Kerstie Kilbannock|
|2003||Rosemary & Thyme||Patsy Connolly|
|2004||Doctors and Nurses||Lucy Potter|
|2005||The Robinsons||Vicky Robinson|
|2007||Foyle's War||Evelyn Richards|
|2007–2008, 2009||Benidorm||Kate Weedon|
|2014–||Not Going Out||Anna|
|1982||P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang||Ann Lawton|
|2014||The Theory of Everything||Isobel Hawking||
|2018||Await Further Instructions||Beth|
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