Charlotte Salt

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Charlotte Salt
Born (1985-08-12) 12 August 1985 (age 34)
Years active2001–present
Oliver Coleman (m. 2014)

Charlotte Salt (born 1985) is an English actress best known for her many characters in British and US television series like Casualty, Bedlam and The Musketeers, also in many movies, including Beneath Still Waters in 2005, Beowulf in 2007, and Blood and Glory in 2016.

Early life and acting career[edit]

Charlotte Salt was a student at Newcastle-under-Lyme College in Staffordshire, England.[1] At 16 years of age, Salt had already appeared in the 2001 TV series In a Land of Plenty the 2001 television movie The Whistle-Blower, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries TV series in 2002 as Margaret Spencer, also 2002 in the BBC family drama TV series Born and Bred as the gilder family’s oldest daughter Helen.[2] Salt was a regular in the US TV series Wildfire[1] as Gillian Parsons for 13 episodes from 2006–7. She appeared as Lady Ursula Misseldon in the Tudors in 2009, as Lady Arabella Marchand du Belmont in the TV movie A Princess for Christmas.[3]

Salt has played Sam Nicholls for 113 episodes of Casualty between 2011 and 2018, including a four-year break, before her character's death in the opening episode of the thirty-third series.[1] She has also been a regular in other TV series, Bedlam in 2012,[1] also the BBC’s The Musketeers[4] as Marguerite in 2015.

Other work[edit]

In 2013, Salt co-created, with chef Raymond Blanc, a children’s animated cooking app, called Henri Le Worm, about a cast of insects, voiced over by the actor Simon Pegg. The app is designed to inspire children to discover nature in Henri’s magical “Forest of Plenty”.[5]


Year Title Role
2019 Cordelia (short) Regan
2016 The Chamber[1][6] Edwards (Red)
2016 Blood and Glory[1][6] Katherine Sterndale
2015 The Hoarder[7] Sarah
2015 How to Grow Your Own Alex
2010 Below the Beltway Hope B.
2010 Ivory Nadia
2009 Deep in the Valley Tracy
2007 Beowulf[1][8][6] Estrith
2006 The TV Set[8] Sarah
2005 Beneath Still Waters[9][6] Clara Borgia


Year Title Role
2011–13, 2017–18 Casualty[1][8] Sam Nicholls (119 episodes)
2015 The Musketeers[4] Marguerite (8 episodes)
2011–12 Bedlam[1][8][6] Kate Bettany (7 episodes)
2011 A Princess for Christmas[8][3][6] Lady Arabella Marchand du Belmont
2011 Death in Paradise[8] Lisa Watson (1 episode in series 1)
2010 Agatha Christie's Marple[1][8] Virginia (1 episode)
2009 The Tudors[1][8] Lady Ursula Misseldon (5 episodes)
2008 Perchance to Dream (Video short)
2006–07 Wildfire[1][8][6] Gillian Parsons (13 episodes)
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation[1][8] Eve Girard (1 episode)
2005 Entourage[1] Bat Mitzvah Waitress (1 episode) Season 2
2002–05 Born and Bred[2][8][6] Helen Gilder (20 episodes)
2003 The Bill Sarah Morgan (1 episode)
2002 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries[2][8] Maggie Spence (1 episode)
2001 The Whistle-Blower (TV Movie)[2] Sasha Tracey
2001 In a Land of Plenty[2] Teenage Laura (2 episodes)


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Actress Charlotte is back in Casualty – and has two new films out". Stoke Sentinel. 2018. Archived from the original on 13 October 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Born and Bred, Charlotte Salt is Helen Gilder, page 20 of 25" (PDF). BBC. 2002. Archived (PDF) from the original on 13 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b "A Princess for Christmas". Netflix. 2017.
  4. ^ a b "The musketeers, Series 2, A Marriage of Inconvenience". BBC. 2015.
  5. ^ "Teach children how to grow food, urges chef Raymond Blanc". 2013.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h "1-24 of 29 results for DVD & Blu-ray : featuring "Charlotte Salt"". Amazon. 2018.
  7. ^ " The Hoarder (DVD)". Amazon. 2016.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Charlotte Salt – Actor credits". 2012.
  9. ^ Rowan, Terry (Editor) (2014). The Book of the Undead A Zombie Film Guide (4 ed.). Lulu. p. 21. ISBN 9781257129454.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)

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