AIMEE FfION EDWARDS

Aimee-Ffion Edwards was born in 1987 in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales. She is an actress, known for Luther (2010), Peaky Blinders (2013) and Detectorists (2014).
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Actress (29 credits)
 2019 Curfew (TV Series) (filming)
Ruby

Curfew … Ruby
 2018 To Provide All People (TV Movie)
Patient
 2018 Thunderbirds Are Go (TV Series)
Havoc / Passenger 1

Rally Raid (2018) … Havoc (voice)
Growing Pains (2018) … Havoc (voice)
Path of Destruction (2018) … Havoc (voice)
Chaos: Part Two (2018) … Havoc / Passenger 1 (voice)
Chaos: Part One (2018) … Havoc (voice)
 2018 Troy: Fall of a City (TV Series)
Cassandra

Twelve Days (2018) … Cassandra
Battle on the Beach (2018) … Cassandra
Hunted (2018) … Cassandra
Spoils of War (2018) … Cassandra
Siege (2018) … Cassandra
 2013-2017 Peaky Blinders (TV Series)
Esme Shelby / Esme

Heathens (2017) … Esme Shelby
The Noose (2017) … Esme Shelby
Episode #3.6 (2016) … Esme Shelby
Episode #3.4 (2016) … Esme Shelby
Episode #3.2 (2016) … Esme Shelby
 2017 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
Jemma Smith

Mister Winner (2017) … Jemma Smith
 2017 Summer Comedy Shorts (TV Mini-Series)
Leila

Morgana Robinson’s Summer (2017) … Leila
 2017 Loaded (TV Mini-Series)
Abi

The End of Cat Factory? (2017) … Abi (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
The Expo (2017) … Abi (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
The Red List (2017) … Abi (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
The Boat (2017) … Abi (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Watto’s Mum (2017) … Abi (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
 2016 Zero Sum (Short)
Ruth Sharman
 2016 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Sian Evans

Flames of Love (2016) … Sian Evans
 2014-2015 Detectorists (TV Series)
Sophie

Episode #2.6 (2015) … Sophie (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Episode #2.5 (2015) … Sophie (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Episode #2.4 (2015) … Sophie (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Episode #2.3 (2015) … Sophie (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Episode #2.2 (2015) … Sophie (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
 2015 Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture (Video Game)
Rachel Baker (voice)
 2015 Bugsplat! (TV Movie)
Shona Berry
 2015 Wolf Hall (TV Mini-Series)
Elizabeth Barton

The Devil’s Spit (2015) … Elizabeth Barton (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
Anna Regina (2015) … Elizabeth Barton (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
 2014 Queen & Country
Sophie Adams
 2014 Steak Knife (Short)
Julia
 2014 Under Milk Wood (TV Movie)
Laugharne Voice
 2014 A Poet in New York (TV Movie)
Marianne
 2014 Inside No. 9 (TV Series)
Katy

The Harrowing (2014) … Katy (as Aimeé-Ffion Edwards)
 2012 One Day Some Years Ago (Short)
Lisa
 2012 Walking and Talking (TV Series)
Mary

Four (2012) … Mary
Three (2012) … Mary
Two (2012) … Mary
One (2012) … Mary
 2012 Epithet (Short)
Rebecca
 2011 Luther (TV Series)
Jenny Jones

Episode #2.4 (2011) … Jenny Jones
Episode #2.3 (2011) … Jenny Jones
Episode #2.2 (2011) … Jenny Jones
Episode #2.1 (2011) … Jenny Jones
 2010 Little Crackers (TV Series)
Mary

Kathy Burke’s Little Cracker: Better Than Christmas (2010) … Mary (as Aimeé-Ffion Edwards)
 2010 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Kim Baker

Hounded (2010) … Kim Baker
 2010 Being Human (TV Series)
Robin

In the Morning (2010) … Robin (as Aimeé-Ffion Edwards)
 2009 Casualty 1909 (TV Series)
Deborah Lynch

Episode #1.1 (2009) … Deborah Lynch
 2009 Casualty (TV Series)
Nina

Stand by Me (2009) … Nina (as Aimée-Ffion Edwards)
 2008 Skins (TV Series)
Sketch

Everyone (2008) … Sketch
Jal (2008) … Sketch
Tony (2008) … Sketch
Chris (2008) … Sketch
Michelle (2008) … Sketch
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Stage

Edwards made her stage debut in 2008 in SH*T-M*X at the Trafalgar Studios in London.[10]

In 2009, she performed in Jez Butterworth‘s play Jerusalem at the Royal Court Theatre, alongside Mackenzie Crook.[1][3]

In 2011, she made her Broadway debut, reprising her role in Jerusalem at the Music Box Theatre, New York.[1] She appeared in the London revival of Jerusalem later that year.

In 2012, she appeared in The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Warehouse,[1] and in Marius von Mayenburg‘s Fireface at the Young Vic.[11]

In 2013, she appeared as Avonia Bunn in Trelawny of the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse.[12]

In 2017, she played Marcella in B, a new play by Guillermo Calderón which had a limited run at the Royal Court Theatre

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