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LENORA CRICHLOW from Material Girl, Being Human & Doctor Who signed 10 by 8
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LENORA CRICHLOW from Material Girl, Being Human & Doctor Who signed 10 by 8

Signed 10 x 8 Photograph of LENORA CRICHLOW from Only Human & Doctor Who

This is an orginal autograph and not a copy.

Crichlow trained and worked with the YoungBlood Theatre Company.[3] She made her first film appearance in the small-budget UK horror film Wilderness released in 2006,[4] and the ITV police drama The Bill.[5]

Crichlow came to public prominence starring as Maria 'Sugar' Sweet in Channel 4's adaptation of the Julie Burchill novel Sugar Rush,[6] which won the 2006 International Emmy Award in the 'Children And Young People' category.[7]

She then appeared in "Gridlock", a 2007 episode of Doctor Who,[8] and BBC One's feature length drama Kiss of Death in 2008, starring alongside Danny Dyer.[5] In March 2010, Lenora returned to the world of Doctor Who in the Audio release of Doctor Who: The Architects of History, playing a new character "Rachel."[9]

In November 2008, the BBC announced she had been cast as Annie,[10] a ghost in a flat share with a vampire and a werewolf, in the BBC Three series Being Human,[11] replacing Andrea Riseborough who had played the character in the pilot.[12] She returned for the second series, which started to air in January 2010, and has also been confirmed to appear in a third series of the cult show.[13]

In November 2009 she played the part of Alice in Collision, an ITV1 drama which ran over five consecutive nights.[14]

Since January 2010, Crichlow has appeared in Material Girl on BBC One as Ali Redcliffe, a fashion designer.[15]

Lenora also played the role of Ashley in a BBC Three pilot, named Dappers, shown in June 2010.[16]



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