Lyndsey Marshal Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Lyndsey Marshal Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Lyndsey Marshal Net Worth: Produced in Manchester, England, in 1978, Lyndsey Marshal registered in the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She made her onscreen debut within an episode of “Peak Practice” in 2000. In exactly the same time, Marshal started working on stage with the appearance as Olga in “Fireface” at the Royal Court Theatre. Inside annually, Marshal won the Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for The Best Novice after her performance in “Redundant” and “Boston Marriage”. Her other stage appearances include “Greenland”, “Three Days of Rain”, and “Othello”. Marshal was honored with nominations for the 2006 Ian Charleson Award, the 2002 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as the 2002 Evening Standard Award for The Best Novice. Marshal’s best known screen role was as Lottie Hope in “The Hours” and Cleopatra on “Rome”. Marshal now lives in Kings Cross, London, with her documentary-maker associate.
June 16, 1978
Manchester, United Kingdom
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Jack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Trespass Against Us, Hereafter, The Hours, A Short Stay in Switzerland, The Shadow in the North, The Forgotten, No Pressure, Snuff-Movie, In The Dark Half, Festival, Frozen, Standing Room Only, Kiss of Death
In 2006, she was nominated at the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance in "The Hypochondriac", at the Almeida Theatre.
In 2008 she was on the Evening Standard Theatre Awards longlist for her performance in The Pride at the Royal Court Theatre.
She was nominated for a 2001 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer for her performances in Boston Marriage at the Donmar Warehouse and later at the New Ambassador's Theatre and Redundant at the Royal Court Theatre.
She was awarded the Jack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer at the 2001 London Critics Circle Theatre Awards (Drama) for her performances in "Redundant", at the Royal Court Theatre Downstairs and in "Boston Marriage", performed at the Donmar Warehouse and, later, at the New Ambassador's Theatre.
She was nominated for a 2002 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role of 2001 for her performance in "Boston Marriage", at the Donmar Warehouse and New Ambassador's Theatre in London.