Georgina Campbell is an English actress. She won the 2015 BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for Murdered by My Boyfriend (2014). Her other television credits include Flowers (2016), Broadchurch (2017), the Black Mirror episode "Hang the DJ" (2017), and Krypton (2018).
|Awards||BAFTA Award for Best Actress (2015)|
Campbell’s first role came in 2009 playing lead role Lucy in online drama Freak. After previously having minor roles in series such as Casualty, Holby City, Doctors and Death in Paradise as Campbell won BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for her role as Ashley Jones in Murdered by My Boyfriend in 2014.
Since 2014 Campbell has starred in the Sky 1 comedy drama After Hours as Jasmine. The first series was directed by Craig Cash and was broadcast in November 2015. She had a lead role in the TV mini-series, Tripped (2015), a supporting role in the BBC drama One of Us and in 2016 appeared in Channel 4 black comedy series Flowers. In 2017, she appeared in the ITV drama series Broadchurch as DC Katie Harford and in Black Mirror, series 4 episode 4, "Hang the DJ", as Amy. In 2018, she began playing Lyta-Zod in Syfy drama Krypton.
|2009||Freak||Lucy||Lead; 16 episodes|
|2010||Casualty||Amy||Episode: "Dark Places"|
|2010||The Cut||Kelly||2 episodes|
|2011–2012||Sadie J||Whitney Landon||Recurring; 6 episodes|
|2012||Doctors||Abby Hellier||Episode: "Crocodile Tears"|
|2012||One Night||Rochelle||Mini series|
|2012||Holby City||Gabby Greendale||Episode: "Last Day on Earth"|
|2013||Death in Paradise||Therese||Episode: "An Unholy Death"|
|2013||Ice Cream Girls||Young Serena Gorringe||Mini series|
|2014||The Dumping Ground||Jen||Episode: "Finding Frank"|
|2014||Murdered by My Boyfriend||Ashley Jones||TV movie
Won – BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress
|2015||The Ark||Aris||TV movie|
|2015||After Hours||Jasmine||6 episodes|
|2016||One Of Us||Anna||Mini series|
|2017||Broadchurch||Detective Constable Katie Harford||8 episodes|
|2017||Black Mirror||Amy||Episode: "Hang the DJ"|
|2017||Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams||Barbara||Episode: "Impossible Planet"|
|2019||His Dark Materials||Adele Starminster|
|2017||The Ministry of Stories Anthology of Horror||Medusa||Short film|
|2017||King Arthur: Legend of the Sword||Kay|
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- Khaleeli, Homa (13 May 2015). "Bafta winner Georgina Campbell: 'We wanted it to be truthful and real'". The Guardian. Retrieved 26 March 2018.
- Hughes, Sarah (30 October 2015). "Georgina Campbell on TV's lack of diversity". The Independent. Retrieved 26 March 2018.
- "Alumni in the news". Higher Online. 4 January 2016. Archived from the original on 3 June 2016. Retrieved 26 March 2018.