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|Born||1980 (age 35–36)
Lichfield, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom
|Other names||Siân Brooke|
Brooke's television credits include A Touch of Frost, Hotel Babylon, Foyle's War and The Fixer. As a child, she was featured in Strangers in Utah with Adrian Dunbar and Phyllida Law. She also played the lead roles of Laura in All About George and Lori Marcuse in Cape Wrath.
Brooke's theatre work includes Harvest, Dying City, Dido Queen of Carthage, In The Club, The Birthday Party and Absolutely Perhaps. She has also appeared in productions of Poor Beck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear and Romeo and Juliet, with the Royal Shakespeare Company. From July to August 2008, Brooke played Dorothy Gale in the musical The Wizard of Oz at the Southbank Centre. The production was directed by Jude Kelly. During 2011 at the Almeida Theatre, London, she appeared in Stephen Poliakoff's My City and Neil LaBute's Reasons to be Pretty. From August to October 2015, Brooke played Ophelia, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, in the Barbican's Production of Hamlet.
- Marooned (2002)
- Making Good (2002)
- Lost and Found (2003)
- The Cure: Part One (2003)
- Crossroads (2003)
|2006||All About George||Laura||Comedy-drama|
|Under the Greenwood Tree||Susan Dewy||Television film|
|2006||A Touch of Frost||Carol Haymarsh
- Endangered Species (2006)
|Housewife, 49||Evelyn Edwards||Television film|
|2007||Foyle's War||Phyllis Law
- Bleak Midwinter (2007)
|Period crime drama|
- Episode 2.4 (2007)
|Cape Wrath||Lori Marcuse||Drama|
|2008||The Fixer||Melrose Cassidy
- Episode 1.2 (2008)
|Midsomer Murders||Christine Turner
- The Magician's Nephew (2008)
|The Commander||DC Marian Randall
- Abduction (2008)
|2011||Garrow's Law||Ann Hadfield||Series three|
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