Mali Harries

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Mali Rhys Harries
Born c. 1976
Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999-present
Spouse(s) Matthew Gravelle (1999-present)

Mali Rhys Harries (born c. 1976)[1] is a Welsh actress and has been in the television industry since 1999 after graduating from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She has appeared in several well-established TV series, such as Holby City, The Bill and Doctors.

Harries is married to Welsh actor Matthew Gravelle.[1] She appears alongside Matthew in Baker Boys but both are married to other characters in the series.

In 2010, she was nominated for a BAFTA Cymru award for Best Actress in the Welsh language TV drama, Caerdydd.[1]

Since 2013, she has starred in the Welsh detective series Y Gwyll (titled Hinterland in English), the first bilingual Welsh-English series to air on the BBC.[2]



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Dalziel and Pascoe Young Cissy Kohler Episode: Recalled to Life
2000 P.O.V. Gloria
2000 Midsomer Murders Nurse O'Casey Episode: Blue Herrings
2001 The Bill Wendy Pike Episode: Crush
2002–2007 Foyle's War Jane Milner Episodes: The White Feather (2002), A Lesson in Murder (2002),
Fifty Ships (2003), Bleak Midwinter (2007)
2003 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Nancy Episode: A Suitable Vengeance
2003 Final Demand Corinne
2003 Byron Anna Rood/Fletcher
2003 Holby City Karen Edwards Episode: Accidents will Happen
2004 May 33rd Sarah Sorensson
2005 The Bill Mandy Phelps (2005) Episodes: No. 290 (2005)
2005 Doctor Who Cathy Episode: Boom Town
2005 Caerdydd Kate Marshall 3 series
2006 Brief Encounters Julie Owen Episode: Cake
2006 Coming Up Shelley Episode: Heavenly Father
2006 Doctors Judy Pearson Episode: Cat and Mouse
2010–2012 The Indian Doctor Megan Evans Series
2010 Pen Talar Siân Lewis
2011 Baker Boys Lucy Series
2012 The Best of Men Shirley Bowen TV film
2013-present Y Gwyll DI Mared Rhys Series
2015 Critical Nerys Merrick Series
2015 Lewis Sarah Alderwood Episode: What Lies Tangled


Year Film Role Notes
2003 Y Mabinogi Cigfa (voice)


  1. ^ a b c Price, Karen (21 May 2010). "Why Bafta Cymru 2010 is a family affair". The Western Mail. Retrieved 18 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Moss, Stephen (30 July 2013). "Hinterland – the TV noir so good they made it twice". The Guardian. Retrieved 12 November 2014. 

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