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Dame Harriet Walter portrays Dasha Duzran on Killing Eve.

BiographyEdit

Walter was born in London, England. She is the niece of British actor Sir Christopher Lee. On her father's side, she is the great-great-great-granddaughter of John Walter, who founded The Times. She went to Cranborne Schase School. She turned down a university education and was in turn rejected by five different drama schools before being admitted to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

She was in a relationship with actor Peter Blythe until his death in 2004. In 2011, she married American actor Guy Schuessler.

CareerEdit

FilmographyEdit

  • The Last Duel (2020)
  • Herself (2020)
  • Rocketman (2019)
  • My Dinner with Hervé (2018)
  • The Sense of an Ending (2017)
  • Mindhorn (2016)
  • Denial (2016)
  • The Listener (short) (2016)
  • Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015)
  • Man Up (2015)
  • Suite Française (2014)
  • The Domino Effect (2012)
  • The Wedding Video (2012)
  • A Royal Affair (2012)
  • The Door (short) (2011)
  • From Time to Time (2009)
  • The Young Victoria (2009)
  • Chéri (2009)
  • A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009)
  • Morris: A Life with Bells On (2009)
  • Abraham's Point (2008)
  • Broken Lines (2008)
  • Ballet Shoes (2007)
  • Five Days: Revised Final Episode (video) (2007)
  • Atonement (2007)
  • Babel (2006)
  • Chromophobia (2005)
  • Frankenstein: Birth of a Monster (2003)
  • Bright Young Things (2003)
  • George Eliot: A Scandalous Life (2002)
  • Villa des roses (2002)
  • Macbeth (2001)
  • Onegin (1999)
  • Norman Omal: A Very Political Turtle (1998)
  • Bedrooms and Hallways (1998)
  • The Governess (1998)
  • Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1997)
  • The Leading Man (1996)
  • Sense and Sensibility (1995)
  • A Man You Don't Meet Every Day (1994)
  • The Hour of the Pig (1993)
  • Bye Bye Columbus (1991)
  • Milou in May (1990)
  • La nuit miraculeuse (1989)
  • The Good Father (1985)
  • Turtle Diary (1985)
  • Reflections (1984)
  • Amy (1984)
  • The Cherry Orchard (1981)

TelevisionEdit

  • Killing Eve (2020)
  • Belgravia (2020)
  • The End (2020)
  • Succession (2018-2019)
  • The Spanish Princess (2019)
  • Curfew (2019)
  • Great Performances (2019)
  • Black Earth Rising (2018)
  • The Donmar Warehouse's All-Female Shakespeare Trilogy (mini-series) (2018)
  • Flowers (2018)
  • Patrick Melrose (mini-series) (2018)
  • Black Sails (2017)
  • Call the Midwife (2017)
  • The Sonnet Project (2016)
  • The Crown (2016)
  • London Spy (mini-series) (2015)
  • Downton Abbey (2013-2015)
  • The Assets (mini-series) (2014)
  • Law & Order: UK (2009-2014)
  • By Any Means (mini-series) (2013)
  • Heading Out (2013)
  • Midsomer Murders (2005-2013)
  • Simon Schama's Shakespeare (mini-series) (2012)
  • Rosamunde Pilcher's Shades of Love (2010-2011)
  • Hunter (mini-series) (2009)
  • Little Dorrit (2008)
  • Poirot (2008)
  • 10 Days to War (mini-series) (2008)
  • Fairy Tales (mini-series) (2008)
  • The Palace (mini-series) (2008)
  • Five Days (2007)
  • Trial & Retribution (2007)
  • Doctors (2006)
  • Marple (2006)
  • Messiah: The Harrowing (mini-series) (2005)
  • New Tricks (2005)
  • Spooks (2004)
  • My Uncle Silas (2003)
  • Waking the Dead (2001)
  • Black Cab (2000)
  • The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns (mini-series) (1999)
  • Dalziel and Pascoe (1999)
  • Unfinished Business (1998-1999)
  • A Dance to the Music of Time (mini-series) (1997)
  • Hard Times (mini-series) (1994)
  • Performance (1993)
  • Inspector Morse (1993)
  • Ashenden (mini-series) (1991)
  • The Men's Room (mini-series) (1991)
  • Screen Two (1991)
  • Theatre Night (1989)
  • Masterpiece Mystery (1987)
  • A Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery (1987)
  • Girls on Top (1986)
  • The Price (mini-series) (1985)
  • Play for Today (1980)
  • Rebecca (mini-series) (1979)

Credits on Killing EveEdit

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