Lisa Jackson (actress)

Lisa Jackson (born 1 June 1979) is an English actress. Recent roles include Alice Butler in Holby City, Ellie Thomas in Hoff the Record, Portia in Toast of London, Phyllis Stanwyck in Father Brown, Lady Lushingham in Mr Selfridge, Deborah in Panto!, Imogen Moffat in the Channel 4 Comedy Showcase sitcom Campus,[1] Sandra in Mike Bartlett's Love, Love, Love,[2][3] Janice Pearce in BBC Four's Dirk Gently [4] and Joan Helford in Rupert Goold's production of Time and the Conways at the National Theatre.[citation needed] Earlier in her career she appeared in Stephen Fry's film Bright Young Things.[4] She trained at LAMDA.

From 6 April to 25 June 2016 she appeared in The Suicide at the National Theatre, starring Javone Prince, directed by Nadia Fall.[5]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Linda Green Girl in Club Episode: "Lesbians"
2002 Daniel Deronda Mab Meyrick 3 episodes
A Small Death Maid Short film
2003 Bright Young Things Director: Stephen Fry
2007 Waking the Dead Elaine Wilson 2 episodes
The Marchioness Disaster Odette Penwarden TV Movie
2009 Comedy Showcase Imogen Moffat Episode: "Campus"
2009-2011 Campus Imogen Moffat 7 episodes
2010-2012 Dirk Gently Janice Pearce 4 episodes
2012 Panto! Deborah TV Movie
2013 Common Ground Jennifer Episode: "Fergus & Crispin"
Mr Selfridge Lady Lushingham 1 episode
Toast of London Portia de Coogan Episode: "Submission"
2014 Father Brown Phyllis Stanwyck Episode: "The Laws of Motion"
2015 Hoff the Record Ellie Thomas Episode: "Renew or Die"
2016 Holby City Alice Butler Episode: "Kiss and Tell"
2017 Quacks Mina 3 episodes
Eric, Ernie and Me Glenda Jackson TV Movie
2019 End-O Lisa Short film

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Simon, Jane (6 November 2009). "Comedy Showcase: Campus - C4, 10pm". Daily Mirror.
  2. ^ Gardner, Lyn (March 22, 2011). "Love, Love, Love - review". The Guardian.
  3. ^ Taylor, Paul (March 22, 2011). "Sixties satire that's right on song". The Independent.
  4. ^ a b Lisa Jackson on IMDb
  5. ^ "The Suicide | National Theatre". www.nationaltheatre.org.uk. Retrieved 2016-06-01.

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