Daisy May Head
17 March 1991
|Relatives||Emily Head (sister)|
Murray Head (uncle)
Helen Shingler (grandmother)
Daisy May Head (born 17 March 1991) is an English actress. She played Grace in the American drama series Guilt, Amy Stevenson in BBC One's drama The Syndicate, and Kate Bottomley in the third season of Hulu series Harlots.
Early life and education
Head was born in Fulham, London. She is the daughter of actor Anthony Head and younger sister of actress Emily Head. Daisy attended Kingswood School in Bath before going on to train at the Dorothy Coleborn School of Dance.
Head's first role was appearing alongside her father in the TV series Rose and Maloney. She has subsequently appeared in a number of TV programmes, including Trial and Retribution, Doc Martin and Holby City.
In 2010, she made her film debut in playing Chloe Chambers in The Last Seven, alongside Danny Dyer and later that year she played Daisy in CBBC's musical film Rules of Love alongside future Rixton frontman Jake Roche.
In November 2015, it was announced that Head will take the lead role of Grace in Freeform's drama series Guilt about an American student in London whose roommate is murdered. The series concluded after 10 episodes.
Daisy now currently has a supporting role in Kay Mellor's new ITV drama Girlfriends which started airing in January 2018. In May 2017 it was announced that she would be starring alongside Daisy Ridley in 2018 film Ophelia.
Head joined the cast of Harlots as Kate Bottomley in the Hulu series' third season in 2019. In October 2019, it was announced Head would play Genya Safin in upcoming Netflix series Shadow and Bone, an adaptation of fantasy book series Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo.
|2010||The Last Seven||Chloe Chambers|
|2014||Heart of Lightness||Bolette|
|2016||Underworld: Blood Wars||Alexia|
|2019||The Ninth||Olivia Reed|
|2019||Exit Eve||Claire||Short Film|
|2004||Feather Boy||Kate Barber||Main role|
|2005||Rose and Maloney||Daniella Terry||Episode: "Some Fine Day"|
|2005||Trial & Retribution||Naomi Franke||Episode: "The Lovers: Part 1"|
|2005||Patrick's Planet||Christina||Main role|
|2007||Doc Martin||Mandie Jordan||Episode: "Movement"|
|2010||Holby City||Miri Gellert||2 episodes|
|2010||Rules of Love||Daisy||Television film|
|2011||Doctors||Victoria Liston||Episode: "Quarantine"|
|2012||Endeavour||Jenny Crisp||Episode: Pilot|
|2012||The Proxy||Sarah||Recurring role, 8 episodes|
|2013||When Calls the Heart||Julie Thatcher||Television film; as Daisey Head|
|2015||Suspects||Emily Perkins||Episode: "Connections"|
|2015||The Syndicate||Amy Stevenson||Main role (series 3)|
|2016||Guilt||Grace Atwood||Main role|
|2017||A Midsummer's Nightmare||Elena||Television pilot (aired on Lifetime)|
|2019||Harlots||Kate Bottomley||Main role (season 3)|
|2020||Shadow and Bone||Genya Safin||In production|
- Clark, Caren (17 January 2018). "Anthony Head: 'It's so lovely to be working with my daughter Daisy in Girlfriends'". WhatsOnTV. Retrieved 20 February 2020.
- Kingswood Drama (31 May 2015). "See Kingswood Alumni Daisy Head in @BBCOne #TheLottery on Tuesday at 9pm. Break a Leg Daisy!". Retrieved 20 February 2020 – via Twitter.
- "Kingswood In Focus - December 2009". Issuu. 30 November 2009. Retrieved 20 February 2020.
- "Daisy Head - Guilt". ABC. Retrieved 20 February 2020.
- "Amanda Knox-Themed 'Guilt,' Tim Kring Drama Score ABC Family Series Orders". The Hollywood Reporter. 5 November 2015.
- "'Guilt' Canceled By Freeform After One Season". Deadline Hollywood. 20 October 2016.
- "'A Midsummer's Nightmare': Daisy Head To Topline Lifetime's Shakespearean Pilot, Casey Deidrick Set As A Male Lead". Deadline Hollywood. 21 October 2016.
- "How Many Episodes Is 'A Midsummer's Nightmare'? This Horror Anthology May Be Cut Short". Bustle. 31 July 2017.
- "Girlfriends Casting" (Press release). ITV Press Centre. 3 July 2017.
- "Daisy Head Joins Daisy Ridley In 'Ophelia'; Matt Johnson Boards Indie Comedy 'The Point'". Deadline Hollywood. 18 May 2017.
- O'Keefe, Meghan (15 July 2019). "'Harlots' Sexy New Girl Kate Bottomley is Anthony Head's IRL Daughter". Decider. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
- Harris, Latesha (2 October 2019). "TV News Roundup: Netflix Reveals Cast of New Series 'Shadow and Bone'". Variety. Retrieved 2 October 2019.