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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.
Selected theatre work
- Three Sisters at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton (2002, for which she was nominated for the Ian Charleson Award)
- Time and the Conways at the Manchester Royal Exchange (2002, winning a MEN Award that year as Best Newcomer)
- A Complicite production of Measure for Measure (2004)
- The theatre adaptation of Brief Encounter (2008)
- Mrs Affleck at the National Theatre (2009)
- As You Like It at Shakespeare's Globe (2009)
- The Winslow Boy at Old Vic Theatre (2013)
- The Heresy of Love at Shakespeare's Globe (2015)
- Agnes Colander by Harley Granville Barker, Theatre Royal Bath and Jermyn Street Theatre (2018)
- Wicker, Tom (18 February 2019). "'Agnes Colander' review | Jermyn Street Theatre". Time Out London. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
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