Lucie Miller: Blood of the Daleks Part 1[BF]; Blood of the Daleks Part 2[BF]; Horror of Glam Rock[BF]; Immortal Beloved[BF]; Phobos[BF]; No More Lies[BF]; Human Resources Part 1[BF]; Human Resources Part 2[BF]; Dead London[BF]; Max Warp[BF]; Brave New Town[BF]; The Skull of Sobek[BF]; Hothouse[BF]; Grand Theft Cosmos[BF]; The Zygon Who Fell to Earth[BF]; Sisters of the Flame[BF]; The Vengeance Of Morbius[BF]; Orbis[BF]; The Beast of Orlok[BF]; Wirrn Dawn[BF]; The Scapegoat[BF]; The Cannibalists[BF]; The Eight Truths[BF]; Worldwide Web[BF]; Death in Blackpool[BF]; Deimos[BF]; The Resurrection Of Mars[BF]; Relative Dimensions[BF]; Lucie Miller[BF]; To The Death[BF]; The Further Adventures of Lucie Miller[BF]
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Sheridan Smith, OBEBorn: Thursday 25th June 1981 (age: 42)
Sheridan Smith, OBE is an English actress, singer and dancer. Smith came to prominence on television for her roles in comedy shows Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Love Soup, Gavin & Stacey, Grownups and Benidorm before starring in television dramas like Mrs Biggs, for which she won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for playing Ronnie Biggs' wife, The 7.39 and Cilla, where she played Cilla Black. Her film credits include Tower Block, Quartet, Powder Room and The Harry Hill Movie.
Smith made her West End debut in a National Youth Music Theatre production of Bugsy Malone and has performed in musicals Into the Woods, Little Shop of Horrors, Legally Blonde and Funny Girl. She won two Laurence Olivier Awards in consecutive years, for Best Actress in a Musical as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde in 2011 and Best Performance in a Supporting Role as Doris in a revival of the play Flare Path in 2012.
Smith was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 New Year Honours for services to drama.