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Charlotte Hamblin

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Charlotte Hamblin


Charlotte Hamblin is a British actor and writer based in London who trained at RADA and Cambridge.

Charlotte will next be seen on stage in the titular role of the West End’s revival of Miss Julieopening in November this year. The play, a new version by Howard Brenton and directed by Tom Littler runs at the Jermyn Street Theatre until December. Charlotte is currently in rep in Keswick at Theatre by the Lake in the roles of ‘Helen’ in After the Dance and ‘Julie’ in Miss Julie’.

Charlotte’s past theatre credits are extensive. Last year she wrote and starred in the play For Those Who Cry When They Hear the Foxes Scream which earned her a nomination for ‘Most Promising New Playwright’ at the 2016 Off West End Awards. The play, which opened to critical acclaim, was directed by Charlie Parham, who previously directed Charlotte in the 2012 ETG production of King Lear, in which Charlotte played the roles of ‘Cordelia’ and ‘the Fool’. In 2015 Charlotte played ‘Reba’ in Ruby Rae Spiegel’s Dry Land’ at the Jermyn Street Theatre. Charlotte has appeared in the Oxford Shakespeare Company’s productions of ‘As You Like It’, ‘Twelfth Night and Dickon; in musical ‘Yarico, and in Oleanna at The Tristan Bates Theatre.

Charlotte has recently finished filming on BBC One mini-series McMafia. The highly anticipated new drama stars James Norton and is due to air in the UK and the US early next year. Charlotte played the role of ‘Lady Anne Acland’ in the final series of Downton Abbey and ‘Elisabeth Bannerman’ in If I Don’t Come Home: Letters from D-Day both for ITV. In 2016 Charlotte featured in comedy film Bloody Cakes.

As a writer, Charlotte is in development on a TV project with Left Bank Pictures and is writing with Merlin creator Jake Michie on a venture with Pure Grass Films. Charlotte is also one of the Soho Theatre Writers for 2017.