Antonia Kinlay

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Antonia Kinlay
Occupation Actress

Antonia Kinlay is a British actress.

Kinlay is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art[1] In the West End, Kinlay has played Melody in Michael Longhurst's production of "Bad Jews" at the Theatre Royal Haymarket[2] and Penny in "Three Lions" at the St James Theatre. In 2016 she appeared in "The Suicide" at the National Theatre and played the title role in "Lady Anna: All at Sea" at the Park Theatre [3] Kinlay has worked with director Blanche McIntyre at the Trafalgar Studios in Christopher Hampton's translation of "When Did You Last See My Mother". She played Helena in the Lucinda Coxon play The Eternal Not at the National Theatre which was later made into a short film.[4]

Her television credits include ITV's Emmerdale,[5] the BBC television drama Consuming Passion (as Lorelei),[6] Doctors (as Amanda Billington)[7] and the American TV movie Broadside.[not in citation given] [8] Kinlay was in the short film "Touch" which won the Grand Prize at the Virgin Media Shorts Awards in 2013.

Kinlay is the daughter of hedge fund manager Jonathan Kinlay and granddaughter of Fleet Street editor James Kinlay.[citation needed]

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