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Hayley Squires (born 16 April 1988) is an English actress and playwright, best known for her work in the Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake. Squires has also appeared in Call the Midwife (2012), Southcliffe (2013), Complicit (2013), Blood Cells (2014), A Royal Night Out (2015) and Murder (2016). Her first play, Vera Vera Vera, was produced by the Royal Court Theatre in 2012.
I, Daniel Blake won the Palme d'Or Award at the Cannes Film Festival, Best British Film at the 2017 BAFTA's and was the Audience Award winner at the San Sebastián International Film Festival. Squires was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by BAFTA for her role of Katie.
|2013||Complicit||Joan||Directed by Niall MacCormick|
|2014||Blood Cells||Hayley||Directed by Luke Seomore, Joseph Bull|
|2015||A Royal Night Out||Debbie||Directed by Julian Jarrold|
|2015||Polar Bear (Short)||Lea||Directed by Sean Buckley|
|2016||I, Daniel Blake||Katie||Directed by Ken Loach|
|2016||Away||Kaz||Directed by David Blair|
|2017||Giantland||Mum||Directed by Yousaf Ali Khan|
|2012||Call the Midwife||Maureen Warren||Episode #1.1|
|2013||Southcliffe||Louise Cooper||3 Episodes|
|2016||Murder||Bryony Phelps||Episode: 'The Lost Weekend'|
|2017||The Last Leg||Herself - Guest appearance||Episode #12 of Series 10|
|2017||Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams||Waitress||Season 1 Episode 3: 'The Commuter'|
|2017||The Miniaturist||Cornelia||3 Episodes|
|2018||Collateral||Laurie Stone||Main role; 3 episodes|
|2011||As Good a Time as Any||Amy||The Print Room|
|2017||The Pitchfork Disney||Haley Stray||Shoreditch Town Hall, Directed by Jamie Lloyd|
|2017||Cat on a Hot Tin Roof||Mae||Apollo Theatre, Directed by Benedict Andrews|
|2018||The Lover and The Collection||Sarah/Stella||Harold Pinter Theatre, Directed by Jamie Lloyd|
|I, Daniel Blake|
|British Independent Film Awards||4 December 2016||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Most Promising Newcomer||Won|
|British Academy Film Awards||12 February 2017||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Nominated|
|Denver Film Festival||14 November 2016||Special Jury Prize: Best Actress||Won|
|Evening Standard British Film Awards||8 December 2016||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|London Film Critics' Circle||22 January 2017||British/Irish Actress of the Year||Nominated|
|BAFTA||12 February 2017||Best British Film||Won|
|BAFTA||12 February 2017||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|3 Empire Film Awards||19 March 2017||Best Female Newcomer||Nominated|
|3 Empire Film Awards||19 March 2017||Best British Film||Won|
|National Film Awards||23 March 2017||Best Breakthrough Performance||Nominated|
- "Hayley Squires: The girl who came from nowhere to win hearts at Cannes". Hindustan Times. 19 May 2016. Retrieved 26 September 2016.
- "Vera Vera Vera, Royal Court, review". The Daily Telegraph. 28 March 2012. Retrieved 26 September 2016.
- "Bafta nominee Hayley Squires on I, Daniel Blake, and why working class girls aren't victims". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2017-03-14.
- "Cast joining Sienna Miller in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof announced". WhatsOnStage.com. Retrieved 2017-06-27.
- squires. "Hayley Squires: Ken Loach's new muse and red carpet revolutionary".
- "Hayley Squires - working classes cast as bad mothers".
- "Anya Taylor-Joy and Romola Garai star in The Miniaturist". BBC News. 2017-04-07. Retrieved 2017-04-07.
- "Review: The Pitchfork Disney (Shoreditch Town Hall)". WhatsOnStage.com. Retrieved 2017-04-04.
- Gardner, Lyn (2017-02-03). "The Pitchfork Disney review – exhilarating chocoholic apocalypse". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2017-04-04.
- "Hayley Squires Joins Cat On A Hot Tin Roof at the Apollo Theatre | Boxoffice.co.uk". www.boxoffice.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-06-27.