14 April 1978 |
Perth, Scotland, U.K.
|Years active||1997 - present|
Her television roles include Sugar Rush, Doctor Who, Low Winter Sun, Lost in Austen, and a TV film, Whatever Love Means, as Princess Diana opposite Olivia Poulet as Camilla Parker Bowles and Laurence Fox as Prince Charles.
Film work includes: Atonement, The Broken, and as Rupert Grint's love interest in Driving Lessons with Julie Walters. Duncan's role in Atonement was particularly praised by The New Yorker theatre critic Anthony Lane:
Duncan lent her voice to an adaptation of "The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen at Little Angel Puppet Theatre in 2006 alongside Dame Judy Dench, Sir Michael Gambon, Rory Kinear, Claudie Blakley, Rosamund Pike, Claire Rushbrook and Peter Wight.
In 2014, she appeared in the ITV drama Grantchester.
- "Dr Who".
- "Exclisive: Charles' Love secrets on TV".
- "Affairs to Remember".
- "Rupert Grint Archives".
- "Conflicting Stories".
- "A Midsummer Night's Dream review at Duddingston Kirk Manse".
- "New Tricks".
- BBC. "Call the Midwife series 3 episode 8". Retrieved 11 June 2014.
- "Call the Midwife".
- "The Little Mermaid review at Little Angel London".
- "Portia played by Michelle Duncan".
- "Case Histories".
- "Scott Graham".
- "EIFF Announces the World Premiere of Iona as 2015 Closing Night Gala".
- "Cast announced for The Distance".
- "The Distance review at Sheffield's Crucible Lyceum Studio – 'intelligent and wickedly comic'".
- "The Distance".
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