|Born||Annabel Clare Mullion
1969 (age 47–48)
Annabel Clare Mullion (born 1969) is an Anglo-Irish actress. She was educated at St Mary's School, Ascot and studied English and Drama at the University of East Anglia. She then completed the 3 year acting course at Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating in 1994. She was the winner of the Carlton Hobbs Radio Award for that year.
Her films include Carrington (1995, dir Christopher Hampton), Mission: Impossible (1996, dir Brian De Palma), Me Without You (2001, dir Sandra Goldbacher), A Christmas Carol (dir David Jones) and Mother's Milk (2012, dir Gerald Fox) for which she received Best Supporting Actress at Monaco Film Festival for her role as Mary Melrose.
Her theatre parts include a nine-month run as Shelia in An Inspector Calls directed by Stephen Daldry, Lydia Languish in The Rivals directed by Braham Murray and most recently Lady Mary in The White Carnation directed by Knight Mantel.
From 1996 to 2004 Annabel was muse of Lucian Freud who created three paintings of her.
She is married to Hugo Baring and they have four children Maud, Frank, Jimmy and Bill.
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