|Born||Vicky Lee McClure
8 May 1983
|Occupation||Actress and Model|
|Awards||RTS Best Actress 2011, Best Television Actress (BAFTA) 2011|
Vicky Lee McClure (born 8 May 1983) is an English actress, best known for her work in the films of Shane Meadows. She played the title character's sister Ladine in A Room for Romeo Brass (1999), and featured in Meadows's successful trilogy, This Is England (2006), This is England '86 (2010), and This Is England '88 (2011). She was born in Nottingham.
Born in Wollaton, Nottingham and schooled at the Fernwood Comprehensive School, Vicky also attended the Central Television Workshop where she was spotted by Samantha Morton who helped launch her career.
In an April 2007 interview with Time Out, McClure spoke of Meadows approaching her for the role while she was in a pub with Andrew Shim. She described the making of the film, which was highly improvised, as "constant laughing and jokes."
She co-starred in the London-based comedy film Filth and Wisdom, the first feature film directed by pop singer Madonna. She admitted to being slightly star-struck upon first meeting Madonna: "I tried to act as cool as possible but inside I'm like, “Oh my God; there's Madonna!” You can't help it." The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival on 13 February 2008.
She was also featured alongside Kaya Scodelario, Abbey Butler, Andy Crane and Paul Young in Plan B's music video "She Said". In 2010, Vicky appeared in a number of promotional short films for the English cosmetics brand Illamasqua.
In 2011, her performance as Lol in This is England '86 won her both the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Actress. In 2013, she appeared in the British action-thriller film Hummingbird opposite Jason Statham.
McClure appeared in the video for Jake Bugg's song "Two Fingers".
|1999||A Room for Romeo Brass||Ladine Brass|
|2000||Doctors||Kirsty Dunns||TV series (1 episode: "Love Me Tender")|
|2002||Tough Love||Zoe Love||TV movie|
|2006||This Is England||Lol|
|2008||Filth and Wisdom||Juliette|
|2009||Enough Rope||Iris||video short|
|Cast Offs||Claire||TV series (1 episode: "Carrie")|
|2010||Five Daughters||Stacy Nicholls||TV series (3 episodes)|
|Just Before Dawn||Fay||short|
|This Is England '86||Lol||BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress
RTS Award for Best Actress
TV Choice Award for Best Actress
|2011||Walk Like a Panther||TV series|
|Stolen||DC Manda Healey||TV movie|
|Coming Up||Kelly||TV series (1 episode: "Rough Skin")|
|The Body Farm||Tess Williams||TV series (1 episode: "Sexual Intentions")|
|This Is England '88||Lol||TV series (3 episodes)|
|2012||True Love||Serena||TV series (1 episode: "Nick")|
|Line of Duty||Kate Fleming||TV series|
|2013||Broadchurch||Karen White||TV series|
|2014||Line of Duty||Kate Fleming||TV series|
|2015||This Is England '90||Lol||TV series (4 episodes)|
Awards and nominations
|Year||Result||Award||Category||Film or series||Character|
|2011||Nominated||TV Quick Award||Best Actress||This is England '86||Lol|
|2011||Won||RTS Television Award||Best Actor (Female)||This is England '86||Lol|
|2011||Won||BAFTA Television Awards||Best Actress||This is England '86||Lol|
|2012||Nominated||RTS Television Award||Best Actor (Female)||This is England '88||Lol|
|2012||Nominated||BAFTA Television Awards||Best Actress||This is England '88||Lol|
|2012||Pending||Glamour Award||Pandora Breakthrough|
References and notes