Joanna Jeffrees



Joanna Jeffrees is an English actress. She was born in Winchester, Hampshire. She is notable for her work in television, including the British TV series The Ruth Rendell Mysteries. Joanna Jeffrees can be seen later this year playing the role of Kirsty in the Channel 5 TV reconstruction documentary drama Fingers in the Till, made by Silver River Productions, directed by Sam Wildman.Joanna Jeffrees had her first London acting agent at fourteen, Movie Mites, and whilst with them auditioned for a role in the Stanley Kubrick film Eyes Wide Shut. By the age of sixteen Joanna had played a variety of minor TV roles, including being the invited guest on the Cable TV Series Cash In Hand. Joanna then went on to play Ellen Malpass alongside Janet Suzman, Joyce Redman, Edward Hardwicke and Richard Johnson in the Ruth Rendell Mystery Front Seat, directed by Sandy Johnson for Meridan and ITV Productions. More recently Joanna can be seen as the female job candidate in an episode of the British comedy TV series Peep Show, and as one of the regular daily commuters in the two part BBC TV drama The 7:39, starring Sheridan Smith and David Morrissey.Joanna Jeffrees has recently filmed the role of the Nursemaid in The Suspicions of Mr Whicher- The murder in Angel lane, alongside Olivia Colman and Paddy Considine, directed by Christopher Menaul for Hat Trick Productions and ITV.Joanna Jeffrees studied Performing Arts at Fareham College in Hampshire and whilst there she received distinction in her Lamda Acting Medals and certificates. Joanna then went on to train at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London.

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