Heida Reed

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Heida Reed

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Heida Reed
Born Heiða Rún Sigurðardóttir
(1988-05-22) 22 May 1988 (age 28)
Reykjavik, Iceland
Residence London
Nationality Icelandic
Alma mater Drama Centre London
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2008–present
Height 5′ 7¾” (1.72 m)
Weight 9st. 0lb. (57kg)
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Heida Reed (born Heiða Rún Sigurðardóttir; 22 May 1988), is an Icelandic actress and model. She is known for playing parts in One Day, Jo (2013), Silent Witness (2014) and the BBC drama Poldark.[1]

Early life[edit]

Reed left Iceland when she was 18. When she was 20, she settled in London, where she studied drama at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2010.

In April 2015, Reed co-starred in the world premiere of a new play, Scarlet, by Sam H Freeman at Southwark Playhouse exploring slut-shaming and cyberbullying and their emotional repercussions. The producers, Theatre Renegade,[2] worked with The White Ribbon Campaignto support the production’s cast and creatives whilst working on the production as well as running informative talks and Q&As dealing with some of the issues addressed in the play. The production was nominated for two Off West End Theatre Awards, Best Production and Best Ensemble.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Dance Like Someone’s Watching Gabriella Short film by Drama Centre London/Gossip Productions
2011 One Day (2011 film) Ingrid Girlfriend to main character
2012 Vampyre Nation[3] Celeste Brother and sister Johnny and Celeste, are both vampire hunters who resume their hobby after serving time in a Romanian gaol.
2013 Eternal Return[4] Isabelle The upper-class Isabelle elopes with Henry who is from a modest background, finally coming to a tragic end. Her spirit then takes on the guise of a scarecrow.

TV series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 DCI Banks Carmen episode “Strange Affair:” parts I & II)[5]
2013 Jo Adèle Gauthier Plays the daughter of French police detective Joachim “Jo” Saint-Clair
2014 Silent Witness (TV series 2014 Commodity: parts: I & II )[6] Monica Dreyfus Plays wife of footballer Isaac Dreyfus
2014 The Lava Field: Hraunið (TV mini-series 2014)[7] Gréta Nordic Noir police detective series set in Iceland
2015-present Poldark[8] Elizabeth Chynoweth Main Cast – Ross Poldark’s first love, Elizabeth marries his cousin Francis after Ross is believed killed in the American Revolutionary War.
2015 Toast of London Pooky Hook An up-and-coming actress and model who seeks Toast’s advice in the episode Hamm on Toast.[9]
2016 Death in Paradise Eloise Ronson Episode 5.3 [10]

Theatre[edit]

Plays[edit]

Year Title and Theatre Role Notes
2008 The Seagull, Drama Centre London Masha
2008 All My Sons, Drama Centre London Sue
2008 The Last Days of Don Juan, Drama Centre London Tisbea
2008 This Happy Breed, Drama Centre London Queenie
2009 Cross Purpose,[11] Find a Penny Theatre Company Maria Edinburgh Fringe C Venues[12]
2009 The Rehearsal, Drama Centre London Hortensia
2009 MacBeth, Shakespeare in Styria, Austria The Doctor
2009 The Merchant of Venice, Drama Centre London Nerissa
2010 The Winter’s Tale, Drama Centre London Hermione
2010 Summerfolk, Drama Centre London Yulia
2011 Top Girls, Trafalgar Studios Marlene Understudy
2015 Scarlet, Southwalk Playhouse [13] Scarlet One of four (with Lucy Kilpatrick, Jade Ogugua and Asha Reid) who portray different “voices” of the titular character, a victim of cyberbullying.
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