Diana Heaton

Diana Heaton



Diana Heaton is a British actor, known for her roles in television, theatre and film. She is best known for her role as Sarah, the leading role in the BBC drama series “This Life”.

Diana was born in London in 1977, and grew up in the city. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and graduated in 2000. After graduating, she spent several years working in theatre, appearing in productions such as “The Real Thing” and “A Midsummer Night's Dream”.

In 2004, she made her television debut in the BBC drama series “This Life”. She played Sarah, a lawyer struggling to juggle her career and her personal life. The show was a critical success, and Diana received critical acclaim for her performance.

In 2008, Diana had a starring role in the film “Frost/Nixon”, playing the part of Richard Nixon's secretary, Rosemary Woods. She also appeared in the film “The Other Boleyn Girl”, and in the television series “Doctor Who” as a guest star.

Diana has also appeared in numerous television commercials and short films, and has had guest roles in series such as “Vera” and “Midsomer Murders”. In 2011, she had a recurring role in the BBC drama series “Casualty”, playing a doctor.

Diana's theatre credits include productions such as “The Seagull”, “The Crucible”, and “The Tempest”. She has also appeared in several films, including “The Theory of Everything”, “The Revenant”, and “The Danish Girl”.

Diana is an active member of the acting community, and has been involved with several charities. She is a patron of the British Red Cross, and has also supported charities such as the National Autistic Society and the Alzheimer's Society.

Diana Heaton is an incredibly talented and versatile actor, with roles in television, film and theatre. She is a critically acclaimed performer, and her work has been recognised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Her career is a testament to her talent, and she is an inspiration to aspiring actors everywhere.

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