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Vicky McClure

Vicky McClure

British actress
Vicky McClure
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Intro British actress
Is Actor Model
From United Kingdom
Type Fashion Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender female
Birth 8 May 1983, Nottingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands
Age 37 years
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Biography

Vicky Lee McClure (born 8 May 1983) is an English actress best known for her roles in the films of director Shane Meadows where she played the title character's sister Ladine in A Room for Romeo Brass (1999), and featured in Meadows's successful project and spin offs, This Is England (2006), This is England '86 (2010), This Is England '88 (2011) and This Is England '90 (2015). On television she is known for her work as Detective Sergeant Kate Fleming in the BBC series Line of Duty and Karen White in ITV's Broadchurch. Her other film roles include Filth and Wisdom (2008), Hummingbird (2013), and Svengali (2013) as well as co-starring in BBC's The Replacement (2017).

McClure won the RTS Award and BAFTA Television Award for Best Actress for This is England '86 in 2011.

Early life

McClure was born in Wollaton, Nottingham, and educated at the Fernwood Comprehensive School. She also attended the Central Junior Television Workshop where she was spotted by fellow Nottingham-born actress Samantha Morton who helped launch her career.

Career

McClure has worked on the This is England films for a period of over 9 years, portraying the role of Frances Lorraine "Lol" Jenkins. In an April 2007 interview with Time Out, McClure spoke of Meadows approaching her for the role while she was in a pub with Andrew Shim. She described the making of the film, which was highly improvised, as "constant laughing and jokes". In 2011, her performance as Frances Lorraine "Lol" Jenkins in This is England '86 won her the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress and the Royal Television Society Award for Best Actress.

McClure co-starred in the London-based comedy film Filth and Wisdom, the first feature film directed by pop singer Madonna. She admitted to being slightly star-struck upon first meeting Madonna, "I tried to act as cool as possible but inside I'm like, "Oh my God; there's Madonna!" You can't help it". The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival on 13 February 2008.

She also joined the cast of the British police procedural television series, Line of Duty in 2012 as DC Kate Fleming, continuing in the role in Series 2 (2014), Series 3 (2016) and Series 4 (2017). In 2013, she appeared in the British action-thriller film Hummingbird opposite Jason Statham.

In July 2016, she appeared as Winnie Verloc in The Secret Agent, based on the eponymous novel by Joseph Conrad.

She starred in the BBC TV thriller The Replacement in 2017.

Vicky did voiceover work for the More4 show "A year on the farm" in August 2017.

Video and other work

She was also featured alongside Kaya Scodelario, Abbey Butler, Andy Crane and Paul Young in Plan B's music video "She Said". In 2010, McClure appeared in a number of promotional short films for the English cosmetics brand Illamasqua. In 2012, McClure appeared in the video for Jake Bugg's song "Two Fingers" along with Line of Duty co-star Craig Parkinson. On 18 March 2014, McClure appeared on BBC Radio 1's Innuendo Bingo.

Nottingham Tram

Nottingham Express Transit named a tram after her. On her maiden trip she was asked to leave the tram for fare evasion – having been offered a free ride, she did not have a ticket.

Personal life

McClure lives in Nottingham with director Jonny Owen.

Filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1999 A Room for Romeo Brass Ladine Brass
2000 Doctors Kirsty Dunns TV series (1 episode: "Love Me Tender")
2002 Tough Love Zoe Love TV movie
2004 Birth Day Lucia short
2005 The Stairwell Woman short
2006 This Is England Frances Lorraine “Lol” Jenkins
2008 Filth and Wisdom Juliette
2009 Enough Rope Iris video short
Cast Offs Claire TV series (1 episode: "Carrie")
2010 Five Daughters Stacy Nicholls TV series (3 episodes)
Just Before Dawn Fay short
This Is England '86 Frances Lorraine “Lol” Jenkins BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress
RTS Award for Best Actress
TV Choice Award for Best Actress
2011 Walk Like a Panther TV series
Stolen DC Manda Healey TV movie
Coming Up Kelly TV series (1 episode: "Rough Skin")
The Body Farm Tess Williams TV series (1 episode: "Sexual Intentions")
This Is England '88 Frances Lorraine “Lol” Jenkins TV series (3 episodes)
2012 True Love Serena TV series (1 episode: "Nick")
2012– Line of Duty DC Kate Fleming TV series
2013 Broadchurch Karen White TV series
Svengali Film/Post-production
Hummingbird / Redemption Dawn Film
2015 Convenience Levi Film
This Is England '90 Frances Lorraine “Lol” Jenkins TV series (4 episodes)
2016 The Secret Agent Winnie TV series (3 episodes)
2017 The Replacement Paula TV series (3 episodes)

Awards and nominations

Year Result Award Category Film or series Character
2011 Nominated TV Quick Award Best Actress This is England '86 Lol
2011 Won RTS Television Award Best Actor (Female) This is England '86 Lol
2011 Won BAFTA Television Awards Best Actress This is England '86 Lol
2012 Nominated RTS Television Award Best Actor (Female) This is England '88 Lol
2012 Nominated BAFTA Television Awards Best Actress This is England '88 Lol
2012 Nominated Glamour Award Pandora Breakthrough
2015 Nominated BAFTA Television Awards Best Supporting Actress Line of Duty DC Kate Fleming
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