Anastasia Hille

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Anastasia Hille
Born (1965-11-28) 28 November 1965 (age 53)
NationalityBritish
OccupationActress
Years active1992–present

Anastasia Hille (born 28 November 1965) is an English film, television and theatre actress. Born in London, she was a student at London's Drama Centre and won second prize at the Ian Charleson Awards in 1994 (first prize went to Toby Stephens & third prize to Jude Law). She has twice been nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress, for The Master Builder at the Almeida Theatre in 2011, and for The Effect at the National's Cottesloe Theatre in 2013.

Hille was nominated for the 2013 BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 2012 miniseries The Fear. Her other TV roles include Kavanagh QC: The Sweetest Thing (1995), Trial & Retribution (1997), as Carole Lombard in RKO 281 (2000), The Cazalets (2001), Agatha Christie's Poirot: Three Act Tragedy (2010), and The Missing (2016). Her film roles include The Hole (2001), The Abandoned (2006), Snow White & the Huntsman (2012), and A United Kingdom (2016).

Selected credits[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Year Show Location Notes
2009 Dido, Queen of Carthage London [1]
2010 Macbeth Barbican Centre, London [2]
The Master Builder Almeida Theatre [3]
2012 The Effect Royal National Theatre, London
2015 Hamlet Barbican Centre, London [4]

Television[edit]

Year Show Role Notes
1992 Red Dwarf New Kochanski Series 5. Ep.6 (Back to Reality)
1993 Jeeves and Wooster Rosie M. Banks
1995 Eleven Men Against Eleven TV film
1995 Kavanagh QC Annie Feature-Length episode:The Sweetest Thing
1997 Drovers Gold Isobel Markby TV mini-series
1997 Trial and Retribution Belinda Sinclair 2 Feature-length episodes
1997 A Dance to the Music of Time Matilda TV mini-series
1998 Big Women Stephie TV mini-series
1999 RKO 281 Carole Lombard TV film
2000 Storm Damage Rosa TV film
2001 The Cazalets Sybil Cazalet TV series (6 episodes)
2002 Outside the Rules Rachel Selby TV film
2002–04 Cutting It Chantal TV series (3 episodes)
2004 Hawking Nurse Susan McClean TV film
2004 Silent Witness Kate Slattery Nowhere Fast parts 1 & 2 (2 episodes)
2006 Tripping Over Clare TV series (4 episodes)
2009 Lewis Ginny Feature-length episode: Allegory of love
2010 Agatha Christie's Poirot Cynthia Dacres Feature-length episode:Three act Tragedy
2010 Foyle's War Jane Devereaux Feature-length episode The Hide
2011 London's Burning Jan TV film
2012 Getting On Dr Tatty Oxford TV series
2012 The Fear Jo Beckett TV mini-series
2013 The Tunnel Det. Supt. Andrea Kerrigan TV series
2014–16 The Missing Celia Baptiste TV series (15 episodes)
2014 Prey DCI Andrea MacKenzie TV miniseries
2014 Hinterland Dr. Bates TV series
2015 Not Safe for Work Jeffries TV series
2015 You, Me and the Apocalypse Mary TV series
2016 Humans Diane TV series

Films[edit]

Year Show Role Notes
1998 The Wisdom of Crocodiles Karen
1999 Mauvaise Passe Steffy
2000 New Year's Day Shelley
2000 Five Seconds to Spare Karla
2001 The Hole Gillian
2006 The Abandoned Marie Jones
2008 Good Helen
2011 The Awakening Dorothy Vandermeer
2012 Snow White & the Huntsman Ravenna's mother
2014 The Riot Club Alistair's mother
2016 A United Kingdom Dot Williams

See also[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2011 Olivier Award Best Supporting Actress The Master Builder Nominated
2013 Olivier Award Best Supporting Actress The Effect Nominated
2013 BAFTA TV Award Best Supporting Actress The Fear Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dido, Queen of Carthage Archived 27 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine, National Theatre, London, UK.
  2. ^ Paul Taylor, Macbeth, Barbican Centre, London, The Independent, 29 March 2010.
  3. ^ "Gemma Arterton, Stephen Dillane, Anastasia Hille, et al. Set for Almeida Theatre's The Master Builder". Retrieved 21 September 2010.
  4. ^ Barbican Theatre, [1],

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