Perdita Rose Annunziata Weeks
25 December 1985
|Alma mater||Courtauld Institute of Art|
|Relatives||Honeysuckle Weeks (sister) |
Rollo Weeks (brother)
Perdita Rose Annunziata Weeks (born 25 December 1985) is a British actress.
Life and education
Weeks was born in South Glamorgan, Wales, was educated at Roedean School, and studied art history at the Courtauld Institute. She is the younger sister of Honeysuckle Weeks and the older sister of Rollo Weeks, both actors.
Weeks portrayed Mary Boleyn in the Showtime historical drama The Tudors (2007–08). In 2008 she appeared as Lydia Bennet in the ITV series Lost in Austen. She played a murdering teen in the "Death and Dreams" episode of Midsomer Murders in 2003.
Weeks has worked on productions such as Stig of the Dump (2002), Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004), and Miss Potter (2006) and played the role of Kitten in the episode "Counter Culture Blues" of Lewis in 2009. In 2007 she appeared in the radio comedy Bleak Expectations, and in 2011 Weeks appeared in the TV miniseries The Promise.
Weeks is the sister of actors Honeysuckle Weeks and Rollo Weeks; she co-starred with the former in Goggle Eyes (1993) and Catherine Cookson's The Rag Nymph (1997), in which she played the younger version of her sister's character. She also stars in the 2010 horror film Prowl,  and the 2014 found footage horror film As Above, So Below.
|1993||Goggle-Eyes||Judith Killan||TV mini-series|
|1995||The Shadowy Third||Dottie||TV film|
|1996||The Cold Light of Day||Anna Tatour|
|1996||Robert Rylands' Last Journey||Sue|
|1997||Rag Nymph||Young Millie||2 episodes: 'episode 1.1', 'episode 1.2'|
|2000||The Prince and the Pauper||Lady Jane Grey|
|2002||Stig of the Dump||Lou||TV series|
|2003||Midsomer Murders||Hannah Moore||1 episode 'Death and Dreams'|
|2004||Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking||Roberta Massingham||TV film|
|2007–2008||The Tudors||Mary Boleyn||Recurring role|
|2008||Lost in Austen||Lydia Bennet||TV mini-series|
|2009–2009||Four Seasons||Imogen Combe||TV mini-series|
|2009||Lewis||Kitten||1 episode: 'Counter Culture Blues'|
|2010–2011||The Promise||Eliza Meyer||TV mini-series|
|2011||Great Expectations||Clara Pocket||TV mini-series|
|2012||Titanic||Lady Georgiana Grex||TV mini-series|
|2013||Flight of the Storks||Sarah Gabbor||TV mini-series|
|2013||The Invisible Woman||Maria Ternan||Feature Film|
|2014||As Above, So Below||Scarlett Marlowe||Feature Film|
|2014||The Great Fire||Elizabeth Pepys||TV mini-series|
|2015||The Musketeers||Louise||Episode 2.7 "A Marriage of Inconvenience"|
|2016||Rebellion||Vanessa Hammond||TV mini-series|
|2016||Penny Dreadful||Catriona Hartdegen||TV series|
|2018||Ready Player One||Kira||Feature film|
|2018||Magnum P.I.||Juliet Higgins||TV Series|
- "Honeysuckle Weeks: A new battle for a Shining star". The Independent. 2013-05-12. Retrieved 26 October 2014.
- The Honeysuckle Weeks Fansite – Perdita Weeks Page. Honeysuckleweeks.co.uk. Retrieved on 13 March 2013.
- International One-Sheet: After Dark Originals: Prowl. Dreadcentral.com (21 April 2010). Retrieved on 13 March 2013.
- "Filming in the Paris Catacombs". Retrieved on 7 February 2017.
- Petski, Nellie Andreeva,Denise (2 March 2018). "'Magnum P.I.': Perdita Weeks To Star As Juliet Higgins In CBS Reboot Pilot".