Hannah Murray

 

Date Of Birth

1 July, 1989
 

Biography

Hannah Murray is an English actress born on July 1, 1989. She is an actress best known for her role in the popular British teen dramedy Skins. She also did a commercial for Nokia, for which her voice can be heard on the 5300 advertisement. In 2007, she presented the NME Award for best solo artist to her Skins co-star Mike Bailey. She made her stage acting debut in May 2008, when she was cast in the West End production That Face, which premiered at the Duke of York’s Theater. She attended the North Bristol post 16 centre, where she studied German for two years and is now taking a year out from her studies.

Murray caught her first break in 2007 when she was cast as the anorexic Cassie Ainsworth on Skins. She holds the role in high regard. “Obviously she was already written,” she said. “She was very clear and well-drawn. As soon as I read the script for the character she was just kind of there.” Skins turned out to be a BAFTA Award-winning British television series which follows the lives of a group of teenagers living in Bristol, as they depict the everyday lives of ordinary adolescents. Following a self-contained theme, each episode focuses on each different character, featuring their current life in Bristol as well as their background, which mostly centers on their family.

According to Murray, she feels weird whenever she sees herself in advertising campaigns. “I dunno, it doesn't quite feel real yet, none of it quite feels real. I've only seen one or two posters where I live and I haven't really seen many adverts on TV… I can't really believe it because I never thought I could be on a billboard poster so it just seems a bit like a dream at the moment.”
 

Place of Birth

Bristol, England, UK
 

Birth Name

Hannah Murray
 

Gender

Female
 

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Filmography

2008: Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans? - Dorothy Savage
2007-2008: "Skins" - Cassie Ainsworth (17 episodes)
 

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Height

5' 5" (1.65 m)
 

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