Hattie Morahan

5' 8" (1.73 m)

In 2006 Hattie Morahan played Alice in a BBC Radio 4 production of David Hare's play, 'Plenty', broadcast on 30th September 2006, and in the summer of 2006 Hattie was reunited with Katie Mitchell, who directed her in Anton Chekhov's play 'The Seagull' at the National Theatre. The play ran from 17th June to 23rd September and Hattie won an Ian Charleston award for her performance as Nina in this play.

Her favorite film is North by Northwest (1959).

She played the part of Constance in a radio adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1945 film Spellbound (1945). This was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 16th February 2008.

Her favorite Christmas carol is 'Deck the Halls'.

She is engaged to the actor and director Blake Ritson, with whom she has worked as script supervisor on three of his short films, also as costume designer and performer on Good Boy (2008).

In July 2005 she appeared again at the National in Nick Dear's Power, staged in the Cottesloe Theatre and also won acclaim at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in September 2005 playing Viola in Ian Brown's production of Twelfth Night.

She was born in 1978

She is the youngest daughter of television and film director Christopher Morahan and actress Anna Carteret.

On 28 February 2010 she appeared as Miss Enid in Larkrise to Candleford, and then as Martina Twain in the BBC adaptation of Martin Amis's Money.