Kirsty Mitchell

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Kirsty Mitchell
Born (1974-06-28) 28 June 1974 (age 44)
NationalityScottish
OccupationActress

Kirsty Loretta Mitchell[1] (born 28 June 1974) is a Scottish actress.

Early life[edit]

Mitchell was born in Glasgow and was a student at Park Mains High School in Erskine.[citation needed] She trained as a ballet dancer before turning to acting and won the Miss Scotland title at 17 years old.[2][3][4][5][6]

Filmography[edit]

Film and television roles
Year Film Role Notes
1996 Small Faces Maggie
1998 The Acid House Julie
2000 A Shot at Glory Kate McQuillan
2001 The Pilot's Wife Muire Boland CBS movie
Attila Honoria TV series
Al's Lads Edith
2003 I'll Be There Nessie
Keen Eddie Julie Mordant TV series (1 episode)
2004 Lighthouse Hill Grace Angelini
Murphy's Law DC Mel Kovacs BBC Drama (1 episode: "Episode #2.2")
2005 Dalziel and Pascoe Nurse Shannon Hayes BBC Drama (2 episodes)
Monarch of the Glen Iona TV series (6 episodes)
The Brief Rachel Browning TV series (1 episode)
2008 The Royal Today Sarah Chatwin TV series (46 episodes)
New Tricks Katie Briers TV series (2 episodes)
2010 Lake Placid 3 Susan Bickerman TV Film
Triassic Attack Emma Neil-Roundtree TV film
2011 Mercenaries Beatrice Post-production
Silent Witness Charlotte Jenkins BBC TV series (1 episode: "First Casualty")
2014 Firequake Slater Cappilla TV film
2015 Casualty Gina Wilson Episode (Series 29): "The Road Not Taken"
Hollyoaks Sadie Bradley TV series (2 episodes)
2016 Barbarians Rising Boudica Episode: "Revenge"
New Blood Caroline TV series (3 episodes)
2017 The Hitman's Bodyguard Rebecca Harr
The Leisure Seeker Jennifer Ward
2018 Down a Dark Hall Ginny Gordy-Dabrowski
Video game roles
Year Game Role Notes
2010 GoldenEye 007 Natalya Simonova (voice and likeness)
2011 El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron Gabriel
2017 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Mòrag[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kirsty Mitchell". IMDb.
  2. ^ Booth, Samantha (10 March 2008). "Kirsty Mitchell: Taking Pal's Kids To Audition Got Me Acting". Daily Record. Glasgow. Retrieved 18 September 2010.
  3. ^ Jones, Jack. "About Kirsty". www.kirstymitchell.co.uk.
  4. ^ "From Scots beauty queen to barbarian TV queen". HeraldScotland.
  5. ^ Hendry, Steve (4 June 2011). "Stunning Scots star unpacks after finally winning green card and starting new life in US".
  6. ^ "Scots actress Kirsty Mitchell says co-star Samuel L Jackson is very sweet off-screen unlike his badass characters". 5 August 2017.
  7. ^ "Morag". Behind The Voice Actors.

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