Daisy Haggard Bio, Wiki
Daisy Haggard is an English actress and writer who is best known for her roles in the BBC sitcoms Uncle and Episodes. She is also known for starring on Breeders.
In 2019, she appeared in BBC Three’s Back to Life, a series which she also created and co-wrote with Laura Solon. The show also aired on Showtime in the US.
Daisy Haggard Age
Haggard was born as Celia Daisy Morna Haggard on 22 March 1978, in London, England (she is 43 years old as of 2021.)
Daisy Haggard Height
Haggard stands at a height of approximately 5 feet, 7 inches.
Daisy Haggard Family
Haggard is the daughter of film director Piers Haggard and his wife Anna Sklovsky. She grew up and attended the James Allen’s Girls’ School in Dulwich, South London. Haggard’s grandfather was the actor Stephen Haggard, and her great-great-great-uncle was the author H. Rider Haggard.
Daisy Haggard Husband/Daughters.
Haggard is married to musician Joe Wilson. The couple is blessed with two daughters.
Daisy Haggard Net Worth
Haggard has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful acting career.
Daisy Haggard Career
Haggard made her acting debut in 1996 in an episode of ITV crime drama, The Ruth Rendell Mysteries which was directed by her father.
She later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Haggard appeared in the BBC Three sketch show Man Stroke Woman, and in the Channel 4 sitcom Green Wing as Emmy. She also appeared in an episode of Peep Show, playing a nurse, and in the BBC Two comedy Psychoville by The League of Gentlemen as Debbie.
In 2008, Haggard played Donna Mitchell in an episode of the BBC crime drama Ashes to Ashes.
She was also the voice of the Ministry Lift in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1. In 2010, Haggard appeared in the CBC television film Abroad, playing Poppy Young.
In July 2012, Haggard played the role of Chrissie on Parents a series that began airing on Sky One.
In 2013, Haggard co-starred with Rose Byrne in the British romantic comedy I Give It a Year as Helen. In 2014, she played a role as Sam in the BBC comedy Uncle.
Daisy Haggard Breeders
Haggard is one of the cast members on “Breeders” which explores the paradox experienced by nearly all parents, the willingness to die for one’s children coupled with the near-constant desire to kill them.
Daisy Haggard Movies and Tv Shows
Daisy Haggard Movies
- 2010: Honeymooner – playing a role as Jess Col Spector
- 2010: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Ministry Lift (voice) – playing a role as David Yates
- 2011: Swinging with the Finkels Lesbian #1 – playing a role as Jonathan Newman
- 2011: Tooty’s Wedding Tooty – playing a role as Fred Casella
- 2012: Sell by Date – playing a role as Emma Savage
- 2013: I Give It a Year Helen – playing a role as Dan Mazer
- 2013: Calloused Hands Debbie – playing a role as Jesse Quinones
- 2016: Exploitation Exploitation Exploitation Christie – playing a role as Dan Susman
- 2016: The Way Back Faye – playing a role as John Carlin
- 2016: Charlie Cloudhead Audrey – playing a role as Rupert Cresswell
- 2018: Alright Now Olivia – playing a role as Jamie Adams
- TBA: Chocolate Cake D’Arcy – playing a role as Jeremy Wooding
Daisy Haggard Tv Shows
- 2011: Outnumbered – playing a role as Charlene
- 2012: Parents – playing a role as Chrissy
- 2012: Full English – playing a role as Eve (voice)
- 2014-2017: Uncle – playing a role as Sam
- 2014: Cardinal Burns – playing a role as Debbie
- 2015: Ballot Monkeys – playing a role as Christine Proctor
- 2016: Black Mirror – playing a role as Bets
- 2018: Hang Ups – playing a role as Jane Ross
- 2018: Hilda – playing a role as Mum (voice)
- 2019: Back to Life – playing a role as Miri Matteson
- 2020: Breeders
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