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Creator: Kate Fleetwood
Kate Fleetwood (born 1972) is an English actress, primarily in stage roles, for which she has won several awards. Her most notable film role has been as Mary Cattermole in the Harry Potter film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Roles

  • Love Is The Drug (1995, Oxford Stage Company) as Flamina
  • Twelfth Night (1996, OSC) as Viola
  • Swaggers (1996, Old Red Lion Theatre) as Nancy
  • The Comic Mysteries (1997, UK tour) as Death/Gabriel
  • Romeo and Juliet (1998, UK tour) as Juliet
  • Arabian Nights (1998, Young Vic) as Dinarzard/Parizade
  • Ghosts (1999, Theatre Royal Plymouth) as Regina
  • Nativity (1999, Young Vic)
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen (2000, Shakespeare's Globe) as the gaoler's daughter
  • The Tempest (2000, Shakespeare's Globe) as Iris
  • EastEnders (2001 episodes) as Karen)
  • Holby City (2001 episode "Tip of the Iceberg") as Karina
  • Medea (2001, (Queen's Theatre) as Chorus
  • Tender (2001, Hampstead Theatre/ Birmingham Rep/ Theatre Royal Plymouth) as Tash
  • Mariana Pineda (2002, Gate Theatre) as Mariana Pineda
  • Love's Labour's Lost (2003, Royal National Theatre) as Rosaline
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (2003, Bristol Old Vic) as Helena
  • Othello (2003, Theatre Royal Northampton) as Desdemona
  • The Bill (2004 episodes) as Lois Townsend
  • Hecuba (2004, Donmar Warehouse) as Polyxena
  • Silent Witness (2004 episode "Death by Water") as Sienna Ricci
  • Vanity Fair (2004) as Miss Pinkerton's Crone
  • Midsomer Murders (2005 episode "Midsomer Rhapsody") as Sarah Douglas
  • Pericles, Prince of Tyre (2006, RSC) as Thaisa
  • A Winters Tale (2006, RSC) as Hermione
  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) as Woman with Baby
  • Foyle's War (2007 episode "Casualties of War") as Lydia Nicholson
  • Macbeth (2007) as Lady Macbeth, alongside Patrick Stewart
  • Hustle (2009) as Rt Hon Rhona Christie
  • The Sarah Jane Adventures (2009 episode "The Mad Woman in the Attic") as Ship
  • Waking the Dead, episode End of the Night, (2009) as Zoe Morrison
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2010) as Mary Cattermole
  • Les Miserables (2012) as Factory Woman 1
  • Way to Go (2013) as Amanda

Tropes

  • Name's the Same: No, she is not related to Mick Fleetwood or Fleetwood Mac.
Laurence FishburneShakespearian ActorsMorgan Freeman
Fionnula FlanaganActorsJason Flemyng

alternative title(s): Kate Fleetwood
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