Naomi Frederick

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Naomi Frederick

Naomi Frederick

29 November 1976
Years active2002–present

Naomi Frederick (born 29 November 1976) in London, England) is an English actress and graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is notable for stage work and has also appeared on radio, appearing in 2012 adaptations of Twelfth Night and Sparkling Cyanide. Her television work includes "Eagle Day", a 2002 episode of Foyle's War. In 2015, she appeared as Juana Inés de la Cruz in the Shakespeare's Globe production of Helen Edmundson's The Heresy of Love.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
2002 Fields of Gold TV Movie
2007 The Trial of Tony Blair Zoe TV Movie


Year Title Role Notes
2002 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Elizabeth TV Series - Episode: Payment in Blood
2017 Inspector George Gently Adele Watson TV Series - Episode: Gently and the New Age
2020 Eastenders Dr Baise TV Soap
2020 Belgravia [2] Duchess of Bedford TV Series


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov Carol Nuffield Theatre, Southampton for which she was nominated for the Ian Charleson Award)
2002 Time and the Conways by J. B. Priestley Carol Royal Exchange, Manchester , Manchester winning a MEN Award that year as Best Newcomer
2004 Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare Isabella Royal National Theatre , London
2008 Brief Encounter by Noël Coward Laura Royal National Theatre , London
2009 Mrs Affleck a reworking of Little Eyolf by Samuel Adamson Audrey Affleck Royal National Theatre , London
2009 As You Like It by William Shakespeare Rosalind Shakespeare's Globe , London[3]
2013 The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan Catherine Winslow Old Vic Theatre , London
2014 Made in Dagenham (musical) by David Arnold and Richard Thomas Lisa Hopkins Adelphi Theatre , London
2015 The Heresy of Love by Helen Edmundson Sor Juana Shakespeare's Globe , London
2018 Agnes Colander – An Attempt At Life by Harley Granville Barker Agnes Colander Theatre Royal Bath and Jermyn Street Theatre (2018)[4]


  1. ^ "What's on".
  2. ^ "Meet the cast of ITV's Belgravia". Radio Times.
  3. ^ Dickson, Andrew (2016). "As You Like It". The Globe guide to Shakespeare : the plays, the productions, the life. Profile Books. ISBN 978-1-68177-264-6. OCLC 958292736.
  4. ^ Wicker, Tom (18 February 2019). "'Agnes Colander' review | Jermyn Street Theatre". Time Out London. Retrieved 19 February 2019.

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