Eve Matheson

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Eve Matheson
Born Eve Elisabeth Matheson
1960 (age 56–57)
Hammersmith, London, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Phil Davis (m. 2002)
Children 1

Eve Elisabeth Matheson[1] (born 1960) is an English actress. She is best known for her roles as Zoe Angell in May to December and Becky Sharp in the BBC adaptation of the novel Vanity Fair. Eve left May to December after two series to pursue her career on stage. From 2005-2006, she appeared as Mrs. Milcote in the original Royal National Theatre production of Helen Edmundson's Coram Boy.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Eve Matheson is married to the actor Phil Davis and they have one daughter, Amy, born 2002.

Selected works[edit]

Year Name Notes Genre
1987 Vanity Fair As Becky Sharpe BBC TV series
1990 May to December As Zoe Angell BBC TV series
1993 Lovejoy Season 5 Episode 5: "Three Men and a Brittle Lady" BBC TV series
1998 Maisie Raine Season 1 Episode 5: Getting to Be a Habit BBC TV series
1999 The Ambassador Season 2 Episode 2: "Vacant Possession"
Season 2 Episode 7: "Getting Away With Murder"
BBC TV series
- The Bill - ITV TV series
2000 Doctors Season 10 Episode 130: "Relinquishment" as Maggie Hart TV miniseries
- Holby City "My Hero" (2011) as Gene Defries
"Seeing Other People" (2009) as Karen Guest
"I'm Not in Love" (2001) as Cara Walker
BBC TV series
2005 Beethoven Season 1 Episode 3: "Faith and Fury" as Nanette Streicher BBC TV series
2005/2007 The Thick of It Series 2 Episode 3 and "The Thick of It Special: Spinners and Losers" as Claire Ballentine[3]
2007 Gilgamesh by Drama on 3 As Lady Ninsun/Scorpion woman BBC radio play
2014 Call the Midwife Season 3 Episode 3 as Governor Anderson BBC TV series

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