Shauna Macdonald

21 February 1981

Shauna Macdonald(born 21 February 1981) is a Scottish television and film actress .

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 Shauna Macdonald's Biography

Shauna Macdonald was born in Malaysia and shortly after moved back to her family's native Edinburgh , Scotland , before moving to Glasgow to train at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama .

("Amahle" means "beautiful" in Zulu ).and Ever Eden-Rose.

Television careeredit

She has appeared in various British TV series, most notably as Sam Buxton inSpooks.

Film careeredit

The Descentand its sequel .

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 Shauna Macdonald's Filmography

Film

Television

Radio

DateTitleRoleDirectorStation
11 June 2004 Soft Fall the Sounds of Eden Vari Gaynor Macfarlane BBC Radio 4Friday Play
18 August 2011 Rightfully Mine Amy Lu Kemp BBC Radio 4Afternoon Play

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 Shauna Macdonald's Theatre

  • Pal Joey – Waitress (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow)
  • Victory – Devonshire/Pyle (The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh)
  • A View From A Bridge – Catherine (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse)
  • Realism – ? (National Theatre of Scotland)
  • Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off – Mary, Queen of Scots/Marian (The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh/Dundee Rep)

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 Shauna Macdonald's References

  1. "A Lap With Cal MacAninch". Retrieved 18 September 2011. 
  2. "A quick chat with Wild at Heart's Cal Macaninch". What's on TV. 4 February 2010. Retrieved 18 September 2011. 
  3. "A Lap With Shauna Macdonald". Retrieved 18 September 2011. 
  4. Exclusive: Shauna MacDonald Talks The Descent Part 2
  5. BBC – Afternoon Play – Rightfully Mine

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