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Louise Alexandra Delamere
17 June 1969
|Other names||Louise Delamare|
|Relatives||Robert Delamere (brother)|
Delamere appeared in Agatha Christie's Poirot, in the episode Evil Under the Sun, where she played Arlena Stuart-Marshall, an actress who is murdered on a beach. She was featured in the Cadfael episode "The Holy Thief" and appeared in the BBC crime show Waking the Dead as Elaine Ashcroft, again playing a murder victim in the fourth season finale Thin Air.
She also had a role in the television drama The Chatterley Affair and has appeared in Torchwood. She played the recurring character Marion James in the fifth series of Waterloo Road. Delamere appeared as regular character Colette Sheward in BBC medical drama Holby City from 3 December 2013 until 4 November 2014.
|1995||Judge Dredd||Locker judge|
|Mad Dogs and Englishmen||Sandy|
|1998||Game On||Laura||Series 3, Episode 5|
|2001||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Arlena Stuart-Marshall||Series 8, Episode 1: Evil Under the Sun|
|Offending Angels||Lady in pub|
|2002||Waking the Dead||Elaine Ashcroft||Thin Air, Parts one and two|
|2003||I'll Be There||Janice|
|2004||Bullet Boy||Probation officer|
|2004–2006||No Angels||Lia Costoya||Regular cast member|
|2005||Stories of Lost Souls||Woman||Segment: Euston Road|
|2006||Torchwood||Diane Holmes||Episodes: "Out of Time" and "End of Days"|
|Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire||Empress Fausta||Episode 5: "Constantine"|
|Blue Murder||Lynne Aziz/Paula Hickson||Series 3, Episode 1: "The Spartacus Thing"|
|The Chatterley Affair||Helena|
|2007||Doc Martin||Carrie Wilson||Series 3, Episode 19|
|2009||Waterloo Road||Marion James||Series 5|
|2011||Inspector George Gently||Margaret Holdaway||Series 4, Episode 1|
|2012||Vexed||Lucy Finch||Series 2, Episode 3|
|2013–2014||Holby City||Colette Sheward||Regular role|
- "Evil Under the Sun". 13 July 2003 – via www.imdb.com.
- "BBC - Press Office - Waterloo Road press pack: cast and crew episode 1". www.bbc.co.uk.
- "Stephen Mangan: Motherhood is no laughing matter". Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 20 January 2017.
- "Houdini & Doyle star Stephen Mangan: 'People will always believe in the supernatural'". The Telegraph. Retrieved 20 January 2017.
- "From Belfast to Brookside". Evening Standard. 8 November 2000. Retrieved 20 January 2017.
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