Daisy Beaumont

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Daisy Beaumont
Born Daisy Beaumont
(1974-05-05) 5 May 1974 (age 42)
England, UK
Occupation Actress

Daisy Beaumont (born 29 June 1973) is an English actress, arguably most known for her work parodying celebrities such as Catherine Zeta-Jones, Victoria Beckham and Katie Price on the Channel 4 comedy show Star Stories.


Beaumont's other television work includes a variety of shows, among others The Border, EastEnders,[1] Hotel Babylon, A Touch of Cloth, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Mumbai Calling and The Bill as well as a small movie role in Shanghai Nights, which also starred Jackie Chan.

In January 2013 she appeared in the ITV comedy drama series Great Night Out as Zoe, and in September 2013 she played the part of Stella Knight in the ITV drama Whitechapel.

In October 2014, she appeared in the eighth episode of the eighth series of the hit BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who, playing the role of Maisie Pitt in the story Mummy on the Orient Express.



Year Title Role Notes
1998 What Rats Won't Do Girl on Boat
1999 World Is Not Enough, TheThe World Is Not Enough Nina
2001 Summer Rain Carly
2002 Ten Minutes Older: The Cello Nun Segment: "Addicted to the Stars"
2002 Chasm Jenny Short film
2003 Shanghai Knights Cigarette Girl
2003 I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Stella, Drugs Seeker
2007 Man Who Would Be Queen, TheThe Man Who Would Be Queen Wendy
2011 Swinging with the Finkels Clementine
2011 Foster Sarah
2016 Hank Zipzer's Christmas Catastrophe Tammy TV movie


Year Title Role Notes
1997 This Life Gina Episode: "Diet Hard"
1998 Touching Evil Emily Hawkins Episodes: "Scalping: Parts 1 & 2"
1998 Miracle at Midnight Hannah Abrams TV film
1998 Close Relations Trish TV miniseries
1998 Queen's Park Story Cath TV short
1998 Bill, TheThe Bill Lizzie Forbes Episode: "Trial Run"
1999 Casualty Robyn Nightingale Episode: "White Lies, White Wedding"
1999 Where the Heart Is Rachel Episode: "Moving On"
2000 Agatha Christie's Poirot Ursula Bourne Episode: "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"
2000 Stretch, TheThe Stretch Laura Nichols TV film
2000 EastEnders Helen Graham 1 episode
2002 I Saw You Student Episode: "1.1"
2003 In Deep Sue Episodes: "Queen and Country: Parts 1 & 2"
2003 Inspector Lynley Mysteries, TheThe Inspector Lynley Mysteries Amanda Episode: "Playing for the Ashes"
2003 Manchild Surgeon Episode: "2.5"
2003 Bill, TheThe Bill Sonia Graham Episodes: "095", "096", "097"
2004 Bill, TheThe Bill DS Michelle Sanders Episodes: "272", "273"
2004 Holby City Rebecca Turner Episode: "Time Waits for No Man"
2005 According to Bex Miranda Episode: "Private Dancer"
2005 Down to Earth Helen Episode: "Trouble 'n' Strife"
2006–2008 Star Stories Various Regular role (13 episodes)
2008 EastEnders Selina Branning Recurring role (8 episodes) [2]
2008 Hotel Babylon Nadine Episode: "3.5"
2008 Mumbai Calling Terri Johnson (7 episodes)
2008–2009 Border, TheThe Border Charlotte Bates Recurring role (9 episodes)
2009 New Tricks Sarah Chancellor Episode: "Fresh Starts"
2010 Armstrong and Miller Show, TheThe Armstrong and Miller Show Various Recurring role (6 episodes)
2011 Doctors Jill Prudence Episode: "Labyrinth"
2012 Very Important People Amelia Backlash Episode: "1.4"
2012 Just Around the Corner Delia TV film
2012 Revolting World of Stanley Brown, TheThe Revolting World of Stanley Brown Aunt Amy Episode: "Wax"
2012–2013 Touch of Cloth, AA Touch of Cloth Dr. Natasha Sachet Episodes: "The First Case: Parts 1 & 2", "Undercover Cloth: Parts 1 & 2"
2013 Great Night Out Zoe Episodes: "1.2", "1.6"
2013 Job Lot, TheThe Job Lot Paula Evans Episode: "1.6"
2013 Whitechapel Stella Knight Episodes: "4.1", "4.2"
2013 You, Me & Them Debs Mason (6 episodes)
2014 Blandings Vanessa Polk Episode: "Necessary Rhino"[3]
2014 Lovesick Vicar Episode: "1.1"
2014 Doctor Who Maisie Episode: "Mummy on the Orient Express" [4]
2016 The Coroner Anna Daniels Episode 2.7 "Perfect Pair"


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