21 February 1987 |
|Known for||Tormented, Sense8|
Tuppence Middleton (born 21 February 1987) is an English actress. She has appeared in feature films such as Tormented (2009), Chatroom (2010), Cleanskin (2012), Trance (2013), The Lady Vanishes (2013), The Imitation Game (2014) and Jupiter Ascending (2015), as well as in television series such as Bones (2008), New Tricks (2010), Friday Night Dinner (2011), Sinbad (2012), Spies of Warsaw (2013), Black Mirror (2013) and Sense8 (2015).
Tuppence Middleton was born on 21 February 1987 in Bristol, England, to Nigel and Tina Middleton. She was named "Tuppence" after the childhood nickname her grandmother gave to her mother. She was raised in Clevedon, Somerset, with younger brother Josh and older sister Angel. From an early age Tuppence was involved in school plays in Clevedon, including Guys and Dolls, in which she played the lead role. She also appeared in local drama productions, including a pantomime at Clevedon's Princes Hall with her sister.
Middleton gained a following for her appearance in the 2009 British horror/comedy Tormented. Her character, head girl Justine Fielding, dates one of the most popular boys in school, only to find that he and his friends were responsible for a classmate's death.
In 2010 she starred in Samuel Abrahams's short film Connect which was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Short Film at the 64th British Academy Film Awards. In 2011, she played the character Tanya Greene in the British sitcom Friday Night Dinner, and Sarah in Sirens. In 2012 she appeared in Cleanskin, a terrorist thriller starring Sean Bean, Charlotte Rampling, James Fox, Michelle Ryan and Abhin Galeya. In March 2013 she made her professional theatre debut in The Living Room. She also played a minor role in the Danny Boyle film Trance.
|2008||Dance Lessons||Alice||Short film|
|2010||In the Meadow||Grace||Short film|
|2010||Ever Here I Be||Valerie||Short film|
|2010||First Light||Grace||TV film|
|2013||The Lady Vanishes||Iris Carr||TV film|
|2013||Trance||Young Woman in Red Car|
|2013||Trap for Cinderella||Micky|
|2013||The Love Punch||Sophie|
|2013||A Long Way Down||Kathy|
|2014||The Imitation Game||Helen|
|2015||Jupiter Ascending||Kalique Abrasax|
|2015||Spooks: The Greater Good||June Keaton|
|2008||Bones||Vera Waterhouse||Episode: "Yanks in the U.K. (Part 1)"
Episode: "Yanks in the U.K. (Part 2)"
|2010||New Tricks||Melanie Higgs||Episode: "Fashion Victim"|
|2011||Friday Night Dinner||Tanya Green||Episode: "The Date"
Episode: "The Dress"
|2011||Sirens||Sarah Fraisor||Episode: "Up, Horny, Down"
|2013||Lewis||Vicki Walmsley||Episode: "Down Among the Fearful – Part 1"
Episode: "Down Among the Fearful – Part 2"
|2013||Spies of Warsaw||Gabrielle||TV miniseries|
|2013||Black Mirror||Jem||Episode: "White Bear"|
|2015||Sense8||Riley Blue||A main character, Netflix series|
|2016||War and Peace||Helene Kuragina|
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