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This article is about the British actress. For the jazz and blues vocalist, see Catherine Russell (singer). Catherine Russell (born 1966) is a British actress. Catherine Russell is the daughter of actor Nicholas Smith and his wife Mary. She has led a successful film, stage and television career in a wide range of roles. Contents 1 Theatre 2 Television 3 Film 4 External links // Theatre For Out of Joint/Royal Court she worked with Max Stafford-Clark as Masha in Three Sisters and in Talking To Terrorists; and in The Convict's Opera (Out of Joint theatre company and Sydney Theatre Company) and Stella Feehily's play Dreams of Violence, (Out of Joint theatre company and Soho Theatre, 2009). Television She has starred in numerous television series including the title role in Chandler & Co., Hugh Bonneville's sister in The Cazalets and the role of Veronica in Single. She replaced Lesley Vickerage in the role of 'Helen Lynley' in the fifth series of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries on British television. She also played the role of Grace Dunbar in The Problem of Thor Bridge as part of the BBCs production of The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes . Film Her film work includes Clockwork Mice and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. External links Catherine Russell's page in The Internet Movie Database Dreams of Violence Persondata Name Russell, Catherine Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1966 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about an English actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e