Lyndsey Marshal Net Worth

Lyndsey Marshal Net Worth is
$2 Million

Lyndsey Marshal Biography

Lyndsey Marshal Net Well worth: Lyndsey Marshal can be an English celebrity who includes a net well worth of $2 million. Her additional stage appearances consist of “Greenland”, “Three Days of Rainfall”, and “Othello”. Within a 12 months, Marshal received the Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Greatest Newcomer after her overall performance in “Redundant” and “Boston Marriage”. Simultaneously, Marshal began focusing on stage with an appearance as Olga in “Fireface” at the Royal Courtroom Theatre. She produced her on-screen debut within an bout of “Peak Practice” in 2000. She also received the TMA Theatre Award for Greatest Supporting Celebrity for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in 2003. Born in Manchester, England, in 1978, Lyndsey Marshal signed up for the Royal Welsh University of Music and Drama. Marshal offers been honored with nominations for the 2006 Ian Charleson Award, the 2002 Olivier Award for Best Assisting Celebrity, and the 2002 Evening Standard Award for Greatest Newcomer. Marshal’s best-known display part was as Lottie Wish in “The Hours” and Cleopatra on “Rome”. She also made an appearance in “Garrow’s Land”, “A BRIEF Stay static in Switzerland”, “Festival”, “THE TRUE George Orwell – Homage to Catalonia”, “The Youthful Visiters”, “Being Human being”, and “At night Half”. Marshal right now lives in Kings Cross, London, with her documentary-maker partner.

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Quick Facts

Full NameLyndsey Marshal
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthJune 16, 1978
EducationRoyal Welsh College of Music & Drama
AwardsJack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer
NominationsLaurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
MoviesTrespass Against Us, Hereafter, The Hours, A Short Stay in Switzerland, The Shadow in the North, The Forgotten, No Pressure, Snuff-Movie, In The Dark Half, Festival, Frozen, Standing Room Only, Kiss of Death
TV ShowsGarrow's Law, Rome

Interesting Facts

1 In 2006, she was nominated at the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance in "The Hypochondriac", at the Almeida Theatre.
2 In 2008 she was on the Evening Standard Theatre Awards longlist for her performance in The Pride at the Royal Court Theatre.
3 She was nominated for a 2001 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer for her performances in Boston Marriage at the Donmar Warehouse and later at the New Ambassador's Theatre and Redundant at the Royal Court Theatre.
4 She was awarded the Jack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer at the 2001 London Critics Circle Theatre Awards (Drama) for her performances in "Redundant", at the Royal Court Theatre Downstairs and in "Boston Marriage", performed at the Donmar Warehouse and, later, at the New Ambassador's Theatre.
5 She was nominated for a 2002 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role of 2001 for her performance in "Boston Marriage", at the Donmar Warehouse and New Ambassador's Theatre in London.


All Lyndsey Marshal pictures



Trespass Against Us 2016/I Kelly Cutler
Silent Witness 2016 TV Series Sasha Blackburn
From Darkness 2015 TV Series Lucy Maxley
That Day We Sang 2014 TV Movie Sal
The Forgotten 2014/I Sarah
Inside No. 9 2014 TV Series Laura
Fifty Years on Stage 2013 TV Movie
National Theatre Live: Othello 2013 TV Movie Emilia
In the Dark Half 2012 Kathy
Blackout 2012 TV Mini-Series Lucy Demoys / Lucy
Titanic 2012 TV Mini-Series Mabel Watson
The Cricklewood Greats 2012 TV Movie Florrie Fontaine
Garrow's Law 2009-2011 TV Series Lady Sarah Hill
No Pressure 2010 Short Schoolteacher
Hereafter 2010 Jackie
Being Human 2010 TV Series Lucy Prof. Lucy Jaggat
10 Minute Tales 2009 TV Series Gemma
A Short Stay in Switzerland 2009 TV Movie Jessica
Agatha Christie's Marple 2008 TV Series Amy Gibbs
1234 2008 Emily
Kiss of Death 2008 TV Movie George Austen
The Shadow in the North 2007 TV Movie Isabel Meredith
Rome Season 2: Antony & Cleopatra 2007 Video short Cleopatra / Herself
Rome 2005-2007 TV Series Cleopatra
Green 2007 TV Movie Izzie
Agatha Christie's Poirot 2005 TV Series Miss Meredith
Snuff-Movie 2005 Sandy / X / Janice
Festival 2005/I Faith Myers
Born and Bred 2005 TV Series Mary Pilling
Frozen 2005/I Tracey
The Calcium Kid 2004 Mags Livingston
The Young Visiters 2003 TV Movie Ethel Monticue
Standing Room Only 2003 Short Simon's girlfriend
Sons & Lovers 2003 TV Movie Miriam Leivers
The Hours 2002 Lottie Hope (as Lyndsay Marshal)
Midsomer Murders 2002 TV Series Emma Tysoe
The Gathering Storm 2002 TV Movie Peggy
Peak Practice 2000 TV Series Natalie Pearce


Daybreak 2012 TV Series Herself
Julie Walters: 'Anne Wasn't a Victim' 2009 Video documentary short Herself
Reinventando Hollywood 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Breakfast 2009 TV Series Jessica
Stories of Lost Souls 2005 Simon's Girlfriend (segment "Standing Room Only")

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