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11 July 1993 |
|Television||Waterloo Road (2011-2012)
EastEnders (2011) Banana (2015-present)
Georgia Henshaw (born 11 July 1993 Swansea) is an actress best known for her roles on British television. Among her leading roles have been those of member of "The Ace Gang", Rosie in Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, and as JJ's love interest, Lara, in Skins. She has also appeared as Cassie Claypole in the BBC Three show Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps. From 2011 to 2012 She starred in the BBC drama Waterloo Road as Madeline 'Madi' Diamond.
She also appeared as Rachel in the BBC drama The Crash, which aired in March 2013.
Most recently she starred in the new E4 drama "Banana" as 'Sian', which aired in February 2015.
|2004||Casualty||Gemma Terry||Episode: Where There's Life...|
|2005||The Giblet Boys||Rona Offal||Episode: The Beast of Bogwash|
|2007||Casualty||Suzie Cooper||Episode: No End of Blame|
|The Bill||Lizzie Lucas||Episode: Tortured Soul|
|2008||Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging||Rosie||Movie|
|2009||The Bill||Annie||Episode: Leap of Faith|
|2010||Skins||Lara Lloyd||Series 4, Episode 6 : JJ|
|Casualty||Maddy Devine||Episode: Mum's the Word|
|2011||Being Human||Joy||Series 3, Episode 2: Adam's Family|
|EastEnders||Chloe||1 episode (Comic Relief 2011)|
|Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps||Cassie Claypole||Series 9, 6 episodes|
|2011-12||Waterloo Road||Madi Diamond||Series 7-8|
|2012||Casualty||Louise Hunter||Episode: Happily Ever After|
|Pointless Celebrities||Herself||Series 2, Episode 2 with ex co-star Ben-Ryan Davies|
|In the Dark Half||Michelle|
|2013||The Crash||Rachel||2 Episodes|
|Trollied||Sophie||Series 3, Episodes 8-10|
|2014||Holby City||Siobhan Quinn||Episode: "Anything You Can Do"|
|2014||Celebrity Mastermind||Herself||5 January|
|2015||Banana||Sian||1 Episode (Episode 3)|
- Turner, Robin (25 July 2008). "Swansea school girl hopes to be next Keira Knightley". WalesOnline. Retrieved 20 August 2011.