Daisy Lewis

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Daisy Lewis
Occupation Actress, writer, producer

Daisy Lewis is a British actress and producer.

Early life[edit]

Lewis was educated at Port Regis School in Shaftesbury, Dorset, followed by DLD College in London. She then attended King's College London, where she studied English literature. Before attending university, she wrote for The Sunday Telegraph and The Art Newspaper. She was also a member of the National Youth Theatre.[1]



Lewis started her career at the Royal Court Theatre in Joe Hill Gibbins production of The Good Family. She then subsequently performed Caryl Churchills' Seven Jewish Children and The Westbridge for The Royal Court and worked at The Young Vic, The Hampstead Theatre, The Sheffield Crucible, and The Soho Theatre.


Lewis' television career started in After You've Gone, the "Gridlock" episode of Doctor Who, Lewis, From Time to Time, and Pusher. She then joined Downton Abbey as local schoolteacher Miss Sarah Bunting and also played opposite Michael Gambon and Lindsay Duncan in Churchill's Secret.

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