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Nia Roberts est une Actrice Britannique née le 5 juillet 1972 à Brecon (Royaume-uni)

Nia Roberts

Nia Roberts
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Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance 5 juillet 1972 (48 ans) à Brecon (Royaume-uni)

Nia Roberts (born 5 July 1972), is a Welsh actress. She is married to director Marc Evans.

Biographie

The youngest of three girls, Roberts was born and brought up in Brecon, Powys. Her first language is Welsh, and she attended Brecon's Welsh-medium primary school Ysgol-y-Bannau from 1975 to 1983. Her family were active members of the Brecon Little Theatre amateur dramatics group, and aged seven she first trod the boards. Five years later, she landed her first television role as the lead girl in "The Farm", a 30-minute Jackanory play for BBC1.

After gaining ten GCSE's and three A Levels, she also joined the National Youth Theatre of Wales. She then studied acting at Birmingham University, where she passed with distinction.


Career
Roberts' big break came in 1998 when she was cast in the Paul Morrison-directed Solomon a Gaenor, opposite Ioan Gruffudd. Roberts turned up to the audition wearing hiking boots and an old baggy jumper that came down to her knees, having just returned from a two-month trip to South America. With dialogue in Welsh and Yiddish, it won Best Film at the 2000 Verona Film Festival and was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film in the 72nd Academy Awards.

Her subsequent Welsh-language credits included: Fondue, Rhyw a Deinosors!, Newes of the Weeke, Y Palmant Aur, Glan Hafren and the long-running soap opera Pobol y Cwm. She followed these roles in 2007 when she played Kirsti O'Shea in S4C's gangster drama Y Pris. Roberts early career also included forays into English language television appearing in comedy series Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible, drama Border Café and several single episode appearances in prime-time British shows such as The Bill and Casualty.

Roberts starred in two of her husband's directed-films, Snow Cake in 2006, a drama focused on the friendship between a high-functioning autistic woman and a man who is traumatized after a fatal car accident, and Patagonia in 2009, a drama set in Y Wladfa, Argentina. 2009 also saw Roberts star in the BBC Wales commissioned, Tony Jordan produced hospital drama Crash! as registrar Mary Finch.

In 2010, she guest starred in the two part Doctor Who Series 5 episode, The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood. More big screen productions followed with Roberts cast in Hattie Dalton's Third Star (2010) which she followed with the role of Katie in Vertigo Films' The Facility (2012), an atmospheric, micro-budget horror film about volunteers fighting for their lives after a drug trial goes wrong.

In 2014 she appeared in the fourth episode of Y Gwyll (Hinterland), a dual-language production shot in both the Welsh and English languages.


Personal life
Married to director Marc Evans, the couple are resident in Cardiff, and have a daughter Edith.

Ses meilleurs films

Solomon and Gaenor (1999)
(Actrice)

Le plus souvent avec

Sean Ellis
Sean Ellis
(2 films)
Marc Evans
Marc Evans
(2 films)
Craig Roberts
Craig Roberts
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Nia Roberts (9 films)

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Actrice

Patagonia
Patagonia (2010)
, 1h59
Réalisé par Marc Evans
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Aventure
Thèmes Transport, Automobile, Road movie
Acteurs Matthew Rhys, Duffy, Nia Roberts, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Matthew Gravelle, Rhodri Meilir
Rôle Gwen
Note66% 3.3392953.3392953.3392953.3392953.339295
Un couple de trentenaires gallois part en voyage en Patagonie.
Troisième étoile à droite, 1h32
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Science-fiction, Action
Thèmes Maladie, Le cancer
Acteurs Benedict Cumberbatch, JJ Feild, Tom Burke, Eros Vlahos, Hugh Bonneville, Nia Roberts
Rôle Chloe
Note74% 3.7470053.7470053.7470053.7470053.747005
James est atteint d'un cancer incurable. Pour fêter son vingt-neuvième anniversaire, ses amis lui organisent une randonnée en vue de se rendre sur le lieu préféré du jeune homme: Barafundle Bay, au Pays de Galles.
Cashback
Cashback (2006)
, 1h34
Réalisé par Sean Ellis
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Romance
Thèmes Sexualité, Striptease
Acteurs Sean Biggerstaff, Emilia Fox, Shaun Evans, Michelle Ryan, Marc Pickering, Keeley Hazell
Rôle Woman at the Till
Note71% 3.598753.598753.598753.598753.59875
Ben Willis, un étudiant aux Beaux-Arts, décide de quitter sa petite amie, mais elle réagit très violemment à cette séparation et cela le trouble fortement. Devenu insomniaque à la suite de cette rupture, il se met à travailler de nuit au supermarché du coin pour tuer le temps et surtout arrêter de penser à Suzy.
Cashback
Cashback (2004)
, 18minutes
Réalisé par Sean Ellis
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Sean Biggerstaff, Emilia Fox, Shaun Evans, Michelle Ryan, Marc Pickering, Nick Hancock
Note76% 3.849013.849013.849013.849013.84901
Ben, an aspiring artist, develops insomnia after a painful breakup with his girlfriend, Suzy. To take his mind off of Suzy and to occupy the extra waking hours he has recently gained, Ben begins working at a local Sainsbury's supermarket, where he meets colourful co-workers. Among them is his colleague Sharon, with whom he soon develops a mutual crush.
Canone inverso - Making Love, 1h47
Réalisé par Ricky Tognazzi
Origine Italie
Genres Drame
Acteurs Hans Matheson, Mélanie Thierry, Lee Williams, Gabriel Byrne, Ricky Tognazzi, Peter Vaughan
Rôle Costanza
Note71% 3.5889453.5889453.5889453.5889453.588945
Prague, fin des années 60. L'histoire d'amour d'un homme avec une femme, d'un homme avec le violon.
Solomon and Gaenor, 1h45
Réalisé par Paul Morrison
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Religion, Religion juive
Acteurs Ioan Gruffudd, Nia Roberts, William Thomas, Mark Lewis Jones, Maureen Lipman, David Horovitch
Rôle Gaenor Rees
Note69% 3.4950953.4950953.4950953.4950953.495095
A young Orthodox Jew (Ioan Gruffudd) in 1911 South Wales tries to make his living by peddling fabrics door to door in the South Wales Valleys, but to do so he decides he must hide his ethnicity. On one of his sales he meets and falls in love with a demure young Gentile woman (Nia Roberts) with a strong-willed father (William Thomas) and a violently anti-Semitic brother (Mark Lewis Jones). The two fall in love and she becomes pregnant, but only then does she learn he is Jewish. Shortly afterwards, the couple become caught up in anti-Jewish disturbances; they are forced to flee and become separated.