Morfydd Clark is a Welsh stage and screen actress.
She was brought up in Cardiff, Wales but left school when she was 16 after struggling with dyslexia. In 2009 she was accepted into British Youth Music Theatre's production of ″According to Brian Haw″ and into the National Youth Theatre of Wales, before training at The Drama Centre, London. She left in her final term to play the title role in Saunders Lewis' play Blodeuwedd with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru. She has appeared in Violence and Son at the Royal Court, as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, and in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Donmar Warehouse. She played Frederica Vernon in Whit Stillman's film Love & Friendship.
In May 2016, she appeared in the film The Call Up. She is to appear as Cordelia in King Lear at The Old Vic, and stars in the upcoming film Interlude In Prague.
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