7 September 1982 (age 35)|
Derry, Northern Ireland
|Occupation||Actress; former fashion designer|
After the success of series one of Lead Balloon, Campbell-Hughes went on to be cast in a variety of comedy shows on British television, alongside the likes of Jennifer Saunders and Alex Macqueen, and went on to create her own one-woman show Bluebell Welch for MTV.
Campbell-Hughes has appeared in popular UK TV series such as Silent Witness, Casualty, Blackbeard: Terror at Sea and Spooks; in Channel 4's Scapegoat; in Neil Jordan's Breakfast on Pluto; and on stage in productions such as Roberto Zucco. Her performances in Lead Balloon and Jennifer Saunders vehicle The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle have been praised by critic Sam Wollaston of The Guardian.
Campbell-Hughes had her own fashion label, started in her teens. She ran a clothing line that sold internationally under her own name and a diffusion line for high street store Topshop. She was featured on the cover of the Sunday Times' Style supplement in December 2007, and models regularly for French fashion label Devastee. She left fashion full-time in 2005 to focus fully on "her greater love" acting.
Campbell-Hughes' film work to date has been varied, including the BBC period drama Blackbeard, the Jane Campion feature film Bright Star, the psychological thriller The Other Side of Sleep which premiered at Cannes 2011 Director's Fortnight,
Lotus Eaters premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2011, and the BBC film When Harvey Met Bob, chronicling the lead-up to Live Aid as the charity concert celebrated its 25th anniversary.
|2007||Tonight Is Cancelled||Nesmir|
|2009||Bright Star||Abigail O'Donaghue Brown|
|2009||Once Upon a Time in Dublin||Marina|
|2010||Five Day Shelter||Paula|
|2011||The Other Side of Sleep||Arlene Kelly|
|2012||Kelly + Victor||Kelly|
|2018||Black 47||Brigid Ni Dhomhnaill|
|2018||Paul, Apostle of Christ||Irenica|
|2019||Cordelia||Cordelia / Caroline||Post-production|
|20??||Never Grow Old||Maria Pike||Post-production|
|2005||Casualty||Avril Skinner||"Enough's Enough"|
|2006||Blackbeard||Louis Arrot||TV miniseries|
|2006||Silent Witness||Fenella Lee||"Schism: Parts 1 & 2"|
|2006–2011||Lead Balloon||Sam Spleen||Regular role|
|2007||Damage||Lauren Ward||TV film|
|2007||The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle||Abigail Wilson||Regular role|
|2009||Not Safe for Work||Claire Campbell||TV film|
|2009||Bluebell Welch||Bluebell Welch||TV series|
|2010||When Harvey Met Bob||Marsha Hunt||TV film|
|2011||Lewis||Chloe Brooks||"Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things"|
|2013||Doll & Em||Miranda||"Six"|
|2013||The Vatican||Violetta||TV film|
|2015||London Spy||Magician||"I Know"|
|2016||My Mother and Other Strangers||Kettie Brady||Regular role|
- Shooting Stars Award 2012: Antonia received this award at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012, annual acting award for up-and-coming actors by European Film Promotion.
- "Antonia Campbell-Hughes: I dare to be different". Belfast Telegraph. 23 January 2012. Retrieved 11 February 2017.
- Wollaston, Sam (5 October 2007). "Last night's TV: The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle". The Guardian.
- Wollaston, Sam (4 January 2008). "Last night's TV: The Man Who Lives With Bears". The Guardian.
- "Antonia Campbell-Hughes of Les Cowboys talks exclusively to French Cinema Review". French Cinema Review. 23 June 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2017.
- The View from Riverside Park Archived 29 May 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
- Fastnet Explore 'The Other Side of Sleep'
- European Film Promotion unveils 2012 Shooting Stars longlist
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