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Susannah Fielding

Susannah Fielding
Born (1985-06-10) 10 June 1985 (age 29)
Hampshire, England
Alma mater Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Occupation Actor
Years active 2008-present

Susannah Fielding (born 10 June 1985) is an English actress.


Fielding trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 2007,[1] where she appeared in productions of The Tempest (directed by Patsy Rodenburg) and Tales From Ovid (directed by Christian Burgess).


Fielding's work in theatre includes: Much Ado About Nothing,[2] Philistines,[3] The Rose Tattoo[4] and The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other[5] at the National Theatre, London. She was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for her role as Pietra in Ibsens an 'An Enemy of the People' at the Sheffield Crucible in 2010 alongside Anthony Sher. In 2011 she plays Portia in Rupert Goold's production of the Merchant of Venice for the RSC alongside Sir Patrick Stewart. In 2012, she was cast as Kim for the UK run of All New People, a black humor comedy-drama play written by and starring Zach Braff. The plays UK run includes Manchester and Glasgow before culminating in a 10-week run in London's West End theatre district. Fielding will play the role of Evelyn Williams[6] in the new musical American Psycho at London's Almeida Theatre in December 2013.[7]


In 2008 she appeared in Firewall, the second episode of the BBC TV series Wallander.[8] 2009 saw Fielding as a guest on The Bill, playing Rochelle Chapman. In 2010 she appeared in the Doctor Who episode "Victory of the Daleks", as well as an episode of Midsomer Murders and Comedy Lab. She played Chloe in the Channel4 sitcom Pete versus Life.


She has recently appeared in ... The Countdown Begins as Jas, the girlfriend of Kerrys, one of the main characters in the movie, played by Shanika Warren-Marland and has completed work on Cosi, due for release next year. She has recently finished filming The Knot a romantic comedy alongside Mena Suvari and Noel Clarke.

Personal life

Fielding grew up in and around Hampshire, England, also spending a period living in Granada, Spain. She studied for her A Levels at Christ's Hospital Boarding School in West Sussex, England.


Film and Television

Year Film Role Notes
2008 She Stoops to Conquer Kate Hardcastle TV movie
2008 Wallander Sonja Hokberg TV series (1 episode: "Firewall")
2009 The Bill Rochelle Chapman TV series (1 episode: "Trust Me")
2010 Doctor Who Lilian TV series (1 episode: "Victory of the Daleks")
2010 Comedy Lab Sam TV series (1 episode: "Filth")
2010 Jas
2010 First Night Debbie
2010 Midsomer Murders Jessica Peach TV series (1 episode: "The Silent Land")
2010 Pete versus Life Chloe TV series (4 episodes)
2010 Watching Annie short film
2011 Kill Keith Dawn
2012 The Knot Julie
2012 4Funnies Melodie TV series (1 episode: "Uncle")
2012 Uncle Melodine TV movie
2013 Pramface Francesca TV series (1 episode: "Grumpy and Target Boy")
2013 Jo Gabrielle TV series (1 episode: "Place Vendôme")
2013 Love Matters Siobhan TV series (1 episode: "A Nice Arrangement")
2013 The Job Lot Mia Gibbs TV series (1 episode: series 1 - episode 5)
2013 Drifters (TV series) Fay TV series (1 episode: series 1 - episode 6)


Year Production Role Venue
2007 Much Ado About Nothing[9] Hero National Theatre
2007 Philistines[10] Polya National Theatre
2007 The Rose Tattoo Rosa
2008 The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other[11] Ensemble National Theatre
2010 An Enemy of the People[12] Petra Sheffield Crucible
2011 Merchant of Venice[13] Portia RST
2012 All New People[14] Kim Duke of York's Theatre
2013 American Psycho[6] Evelyn Williams Almeida Theatre


External links

  • - Official website
  • Internet Movie Database

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