Brittany Ashworth

Brittany Ashworth

Brittany Ashworth (born 1989) is an English film and television actress. She was most recently seen as 'Alex Ratcliffe' in the Warner Bros. film Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution. [ [http://www.mrsratcliffesrevolutionmovie.co.uk/ Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution ] ]

Background

Ashworth was born in England. She attended Stonyhurst College [//www.stonyhurst.ac.uk/article_985.shtml] and Bradford Grammar School at which she achieved 5 A grades at A Level. She holds a place at Oxford University for 2008 entry.

Career

Her first acting credit was as young Miriam Leivers in the ITV adaptation of 'Sons and Lovers'. Since then she has appeared in many dramas such as Cold Feet, Mobile (TV series), Blue Murder (UK TV series), and films such as the award winning, BIFA nominated 'Exhibit A' [www.bifa.org.uk/film/859/Exhibit_A.html] Darren Bender.

References

* [http://www.mrsratcliffesrevolutionmovie.co.uk/]
*Education article at [http://www.stonyhurst.ac.uk/article_985.shtml]
*'exhibit a' article at [http://www.bifa.org.uk/film/859/Exhibit_A.html]

External links

* [http://imdb.com/name/nm1312305/ Brittany Ashworth] at the Internet movie database


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