Claudia Harrison

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Claudia Harrison is an English actress. She was educated at Bradfield College and Birmingham University, from where she graduated with a 1st class honours degree. She starred alongside James Nesbitt in Murphy’s Law, a BBC Television crime drama, and won the John Barton Prize for Stage Fighting while at RADA. Her first job was the lead role in BBC 2's series Attachments.

Her film and TV credits include Point of Rescue film, Humans season 2 (2016) The IT Crowd (2006), New Tricks (2007), Peter Bogdanovich's The Cat's Meow (2001), where she acted alongside Kirsten Dunst and Eddie Izzard. She has also appeared in Little Britain, Friends and Archangel, "Lucan" (2013) alongside Rory Kinnear. On stage she recently appeared with Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon in Sean Foleys "The PainKiller." She is married with three children.

Claudia also works for The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art as a tutor on the Shakespeare Awards programme.

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