Kate Magowan Biography

Kate Magowan is an English actress who is known for her work in several films as well as TV and radio shows. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life and achievements.

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Birthday: June 1, 1975

Nationality: British

Famous: Actresses British Women

Age: 45 Years, 45 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Gemini

Also Known As: Katie Victoria Magowan, Kate Simm

Born Country: England

Born in: London, England

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: John Simm (m. 2004)

children: Molly Simm, Ryan Simm

City: London, England

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Kate Magowan is an English actress who is known for her work in several films as well as TV and radio shows, mostly in supporting roles. Her best-known role is that of Princess Una in the fantasy film `Stardust`. Magowan was born in London, UK. She studied acting at the Actor`s Institute, London, where she was trained in the Meisner technique. She first appeared in the second season of the TV series `Dream Team’. Her next role was in an episode of the police procedural TV series `The Bill’. Her first work on the big screen was a minor role in `It was an Accident’ a British comedy film. She has also appeared in the adventure fantasy film `Stardust’, in an important role. The film was a commercial and critical success. Other important works in her career were the role of Jenny in the crime thriller film `A Lonely Place to Die’ and the role of Sadie Young in the soap opera `EastEnders’.

Career
  • Kate Magowan`s career began with the TV shows `Dream Team’ and `The Bill’ in 1998 and 1999. In 2000, she made her film debut in the British comedy film `It was an Accident’. Directed by Metin Huseyin, the film was based on a novel by Jeremy Cameron. In 2001, she had a supporting role in the British TV film `Is Harry on the Boat?’. The same year, she was also seen in the romantic comedy feature film `Fourplay`.
  • In 2002, she was seen in the drama film `Nailing Vienna’. The film was about three small-time criminals who decide to make a film about a bank robbery that they also actually plan to carry out. The same year, she was also seen in the comedy drama biopic `24 Hour Party People’.
  • Her next important work was a main role in the 2004 mockumentary film `It’s All Gone Pete Tong’. Directed by Michael Dowse, the film was a commercial success. She was next seen in the drama film `Kidulthood’ in 2006. The same year, she was also seen in the short film `Devilwood`.
  • In 2007, she was seen in the fantasy adventure film `Stardust’, which was directed by Matthew Vaughn. The film was a commercial success, and also won a few awards. In 2008, she was seen in the heist film `Tuesday`. She next appeared in the thriller film `4.3.2.1`, in a minor role.
  • In 2011, she had a significant role in the crime thriller film `A Lonely Place to Die`. Directed by Julian Gilbey, the film was a commercial disaster. The same year, she was seen in the psychological thriller TV series `Exile`.
  • In 2013 and 2014, she was seen in a recurring role in the soap opera `EastEnders’ in the role of Sadie Young. In 2015, she had a supporting role in the dark comedy-drama series `Spotless`.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Katie Victoria Magowan was born on 1 June 1975, in Harrow, London, UK. Not much is known about her childhood or parents. After she finished her high school, she studied at the Actors` Institute, London. She is married to John Simm. Her husband is a popular actor, director and musician. The couple has two children.
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