|Anne-Marie Duff Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||October 8, 1970|
Anne-Marie Duff is a British actress, theatre artist, and voiceover actress who is known for her roles in shows and movies like Charles II: The Power and The Passion, The Magdalene Sisters, The Virgin Queen, Notes on a Scandal, Shameless, His Dark Materials, S*x Education, Nowhere Boy, and Before I Go to Sleep.
Chiswick, London, England, United Kingdom
Anne-Marie Duff studied at Mellow Lane School and later attended Drama Centre London alongside John Simm, Anastasia Hille, and Paul Bettany.
Actress, Theatre Artist, Voiceover Actress
- Father – Brendan Duff (Painter, Decorator)
- Mother – Mary (née Doherty) (Employee at a shoe shop)
- Sibling – Eddy Duff (Older Brother)
Anne-Marie Duff is represented by –
- Gordon and French, Talent Agency, London, England, United Kingdom
- MacFarlane Chard Associates Ltd., Talent and Literary Agency, London, England, United Kingdom
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
54 kg or 119 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Anne-Marie Duff has dated –
- David Tennant (1999-2003)
- James McAvoy (2004-2016) – She got married to Scottish actor and her Shameless co-star, James McAvoy, in 2006, after meeting him in 2004, and they welcomed their son Brendan Duff McAvoy on February 26, 2010. However, the duo parted ways in 2016.
Race / Ethnicity
Anne-Marie Duff is of Irish descent.
- Lean body
- Deep-set eyes
Anne-Marie Duff Favorite Things
- Ideal Holiday – A muddy tent holiday
Source – IMDb
Anne-Marie Duff Facts
- Her parents were Irish immigrants.
- Growing up, she had a shy personality so Anne-Marie started attending a local theatre.
- She appeared as one of the lead cast members in the 2009 biographical drama film, Nowhere Boy, and bagged awards like Evening Standard British Film Award for “Best Actress”, BIFA Award for “Best Supporting Actress”, and London Film Critics’ Circle Award for “British Supporting Actress of the Year”.
- Anne-Marie Duff has co-starred as Fiona Gallagher in the black comedy TV series, Shameless, alongside actors such as David Threlfall, Annabelle Apsion, Maggie O’Neill, James McAvoy, and Jody Latham. For this role, she won the Irish Film and Television Award for “Best Actress in a TV Drama”, Broadcasting Press Guild Award for “Best Actress”, and Royal Television Society Award for “Best Female Actor”.
- In 2018, she provided vocals to the character of Hyzenthlay in the fantasy adventure drama miniseries, Watership Down.
- Anne-Marie Duff has been cast in multiple theatre productions including Macbeth, A Doll’s House, Days of Wine and Roses, Sweet Charity, Husbands & Sons, War and Peace, King Lear, and Peter Pan.
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