|Born||Manchester, England, United Kingdom|
|Years active||2007 - present|
Born in Switzerland, she grew up in Newbury, Berkshire where she attended Park House School and the sixth form of St. Bartholomew's School. She studied drama at the University of Birmingham before enrolling at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, graduating in 2007. After playing parts in Midsomer Murders and The Bill in 2007, she played leading roles Lucy Bedford in The Palace and Tess Roberts in two series of Lip Service.
|2006||Rock 'n' Roll||young Esme/ Alice||Theatre||Duke of York's Theatre||directed by Trevor Nunn|
|The Real Thing||Debbie||Radio||BBC Radio Four||dir. Trevor Nunn|
|2007||Midsomer Murders||Willow McKinley||TV series||ITV|
|The Bill||Susie Matthews||TV series||ITV|
|The Lesson||Claire||Theatre||Arcola||Dir Lyndsey Turner adapted by Mike Bartlett|
|2008||The Palace||Lucy Bedford||TV series||ITV|
|Hayfever||Sorel Bliss||Theatre||Manchester Royal Exchange||dir Greg Hersov|
|Ring round the moon||Isabelle||Theatre||Playhouse Theatre||dir. Sean Mathias|
|2009||Madame de Sade||Anne||Theatre||Wyndham's Theatre||dir. Michael Grandage,
opp. Dame Judi Dench
|Vanya||Sonya||Theatre||Gate Theatre||Dir. Natalie Abrahami|
|2010||Lip Service||Tess Roberts||TV series||BBC Three|
|Posh||Rachel||Theatre||Royal Court||Dir Lyndsey Turner|
|An Ideal Husband||Mabel Chiltern||Theatre||Vaudeville Theatre|
|How Not to Live Your Life||Jenny||TV series||BBC Three|
|2011||Outcasts||Beatrix||TV series||BBC One|
|2012||We'll Take Manhattan||Lavinia||TV series||BBC Four|
|Cardinal Burns||Various||TV series||E4||Sketch comedy show|
|2013||King Lear||Cordelia||Theatre||Theatre Royal Bath|
|Wendy and Peter Pan||Wendy||Theatre||Royal Shakespeare Company|
|2014||Grantchester||Jennifer Chambers||TV series||ITV|
|'Tis Pity She's a Whore||Annabella||Theatre||Sam Wanamaker Playhouse|
- Editorial Staff (16 December 2013). "20 Questions with... Fiona Button, star of RSC's Wendy and Peter Pan". WhatsOnStage.com.
- Terri Paddock (16 April 2010). "Review Round-up: Were Critics Outclassed at Posh?". WhatsOnStage.com.
- Michael Coveney (11 November 2010). "An Ideal Husband". WhatsOnStage.com.
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