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Andrea Lowe (born 1 January 1975 in Arnold, Nottinghamshire) is an English actress.


Contents 1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Film work 4 TV work 5 Selected theatre work 6 References 7 External links


CareerEdit

She started her theatre career at the Sheffield's Crucible Theatre in the play The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter.[1]

In 1993 she had her first film role, alongside Samantha Morton, in the musical comedy drama called The Token King, set in a high school in Nottingham. Lowe guest starred in two episodes of the second season of The Tudors in which she played Lady Eleanor Luke, a fictional noblewoman who is briefly the mistress of Henry VIII, and she played the role of Annie Cabbot in the British television network ITV series DCI Banks.

Personal lifeEdit

Lowe lives with her fashion buyer fiancé Terry Betts in London’s East End and was due to give birth to their first child in May 2012.[2]

Film workEdit

Route Irish 2010 (Sixteen Films) Club Le Monde (Sarah) 2002 (Screen Production Associates) Pandaemonium (Edith Southey) 2000 (Mariner Films) Threesome (Melanie) 2000 (Sugar & Water Films) Repeat After Me (Channel 4 Dogma Series; Ideal World) The Rover’s Return (Short End Films) The Perfect G (London Guildhall) The Token King (Channel 4) Snorted (Goldsmiths College)

TV workEdit

Lewis Series 8, "The Lions of Nemea" (Philippa Garwood) 2014 Love Life (TV series) (Lucy) 2012 DCI Banks (series) (DS Annie Cabbot) 2011 Accused Series One, Episode 4, "Kenny's Story" (Donna Armstrong) 2010 Coronation Street three episodes (Naomi) 2009 The Tudors Season Two, episodes 3 & 4 (Lady Eleonor Luke) 2008 No Heroics Season One, episode 1 "Supergroupie" (Vicci) 2008 Silent Witness Episode "Terror" Parts 1&2 (Emily Wright) 2008 Torchwood Season Two, episode "Fragments" (Katie) 2008 Marple "Ordeal By Innocence" (Maureen) Murphy's Law (Series 5) (Kim Goodall) 2007 Where the Heart Is – (Zoë Phelps) 2006 Cracker (Elaine) 2006 Murder City – "Death of a Ladies' Man" (Helen Osborn) 2006 The Bill – Episodes 400 and 401 (Leigh Bevan) 2006 Love Soup – "The Reflecting Pool" (Tina) 2005 A Thing Called Love (Liz Leech) 2004 No Angels – Episode No. 1.9 (Julia) 2004 Fields of Gold (W.P.C.) 2002 Rescue Me (Melanie Woods) Peak Practice – Suffer the Little Children (Zoë Thomson) 2001 The Sleeper (Donna) 2000 Nature Boy (Claire Whitaker) 2000 Night and Day (BBC) Doctors – Episode "Second Chance" (Jackie Dean)

Selected theatre workEdit

Bash (Citizens Theatre Glasgow) A Day In Dull Armour (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs) The Birthday Party (Crucible Theatre Sheffield) Lost and Found (River House Barn) Gong Donkeys (The Bush Theatre)

ReferencesEdit

1.Jump up ^ Nottingham – Features – Andrea Lowe, star of Rescue Me. BBC (5 March 2002). Retrieved on 27 August 2011. 2.Jump up ^ Tim Oglethorpe, Mail Online, 9 March 2012. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2112100/My-Love-Life-Downton-s-dastardly-footman-DCI-Banks-star-Andrea-Lowe-new-star-Rob-James-Collier--Lord-Grantham-s-scheming-servant.html

External linksEdit

Andrea Lowe at the Internet Movie Database BBC's New Faces page

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