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Zawe Ashton Biography
- Zawe Ashton (Â /Ã‹ÂˆzÃƒÂ¦wiÃ‹Â/; born c.Ã¢Â€Â‰1984) is an English actress and playwright, known for portraying Imani in Gone Too Far! and Bianca in St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold. Ashton is a British actress and the eldest of three children born to a Ugandan mother and an English father Paul Ashton. She attended the Anna Scher Theatre School, City and Islington College and National Youth Theatre, and is a graduate of the Manchester Metropolitan University School of Theatre.
Zawe Ashton Filmography
- (2012) Butterfly Plague as Girl
- (2011) Blitz as Falls
- (2011) Bloody Muddle as Kate
- (2011) Case Histories as Deborah Arnold
- (2011) Dreams of a Life as Joyce Vincent
- (2011) Fresh Meat as Vod
- (2011) Lapland as Jingle Jill
- (2011) Weekender as Sarah
- (2010) Sherlock as Sally Donovan
- (2010) Tomato Soup as Gun Girl
- (2009) Misfits as Jessica
- (2009) St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold as Bianca
- (2007) Mobile as Eyewitness
- (2003) Coming Up as Yvonne
- (2002) NCS Manhunt as Mia Davis
- (2001) In Deep as Jade
- (1999) Holby City as Abigail Meredith
- (1996) The Demon Headmaster as Rebecca
- (1995) Game-On as Little Girl
- (1986) Casualty as Gina
- (1984) The Bill as Becka Adams
- (1984) The Bill as Kylie
Zawe Ashton Trivia and Facts
- Graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2006 with a degree in acting.
- Is writer in residence at Manchesters Contact Theatre.
- Her play "Harms Way" was shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award in 2007.
- Attened the Anna Scher Theatre School in London.
- Former member of the National Youth Theatre.
- Was considered one of the 55 faces of the future by Nylon Magazines Young Hollywood Issue (May 2010).
Zawe Ashton Other Works
- Her credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: Anna in "The Aronsists" by 'Max Frisch (I)' , Daisy in "Rhinoscerous" by 'Eugène Ionesco' and Armani in "Gone Too Far!" by Bola (all 2007).
- Played Bianca in Shakespeare's "Othello" - Shakespeare's Globe, London (2007).
- Played Nicola in "The Cage" by Deborah Gearing - Nuffied Theatre, Southampton (2007).