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Joanne Whalley

Joanne Whalley



United Kingdom

Age: 56

Known for

In Marvel's Daredevil as Sister Maggie Graceas Sister Maggie Grace

in Marvel's Daredevil
In Tin Star as Mary Jamesas Mary James

in Tin Star
In The Borgias as Vanozza Cattaneoas Vanozza Cattaneo

in The Borgias
In The White Princess as Margaret, Duchess of Burgundyas Margaret, Duchess of Burgundy

in The White Princess

TV Series Starring Joanne Whalley

Tin StarTin Star
Sky Atlantic, 2017 | Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.9/5

"Tin Star" is set in a remote Canadian mountain town, where the opening of a new oil refinery fronted by the mysterious Mrs. Bradshaw introduces the small town to a world of drug-dealers, prostitution and organized crime. Police chief Jim Worth is thirsty for revenge after the murder of a member of his family.


The White PrincessThe White Princess
Starz, 2017 | Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Adapted from Philippa Gregory's best-selling novel of the same name and part of The Cousins' War book series, The White Princess concludes the story of England's War of the Roses and charts the rise of the House of Tudor through the tortuous marriage between Princess Elizabeth of York and King Henry Tudor. The year is 1485 and Princess Elizabeth, daughter of "The White Queen," has been pledged in marriage to the newly anointed King Henry Tudor in hopes that it will bring peace to a war-torn country. England is united, but their marriage is soon divided, as rumors circulate that Elizabeth's long-lost brother Prince Richard is alive and planning to take the throne. Now she must choose between Tudor wife and York princess, between her new husband and the boy who claims to be her own blood and the true heir to the crown.


Beowulf: Return to the ShieldlandsBeowulf: Return to the Shieldlands
ITV, 2016 | Drama, Fantasy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

This is a series about courage, greed, betrayal, revenge, loyalty, power, man versus wilderness and, of course love. It is a series that explores the notion of good and evil, heroes and villains. However, beyond these wider political undercurrents and inner personal turmoils are the excitement, danger and sense of adventure that any great Western has. Epic fights, thrilling chases, raids, celebrations and battles are an essential part of the promise.


Marvel's DaredevilMarvel's Daredevil
Netflix, 2015 | Drama, Action, Crime, Super Heroes | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

Matt Murdock, a Marvel Comics hero who's a lawyer by day but fights the bad guys at night to avenge the murder of his father, a boxer. But what sets Matt apart from most superheroes isn't his back story it's his handicap. Matt is blind, the result of a childhood accident that may have removed his ability to see but gifted him with heightened senses of touch, taste, hearing and smell.


Wolf HallWolf Hall
BBC Three, 2015 | Drama, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Following the fact-based historical book of the same name, this drama will follow the rise of Cromwell as he becomes Henry VIII's closest advisor.


Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

Period drama based on Daphne du Maurier's gothic novel. Orphaned Mary Yellan travels to the remote Jamaica Inn to live with her Aunt Patience and brutal Uncle Joss.


The BorgiasThe Borgias
Showtime, 2011 | Drama, Family, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.8/5

"The Borgias" is a complex, unvarnished portrait of one of history's most intriguing and infamous dynastic families.


The Singing DetectiveThe Singing Detective
BBC One, 1986 | Drama, Mini-Series
Rating: 1/5

There are four mutually interfering narrative strands in The Singing Detective. First is the hospital-ward story, described by Potter as a "sitcom", which owes a certain debt to an earlier play, Emergency-Ward 9 (itself a satirical reaction to the popular hospital soap opera of that time, Emergency-Ward 10, which Potter had watched while hospitalised, like his protagonist Philip Marlow, with a flareup of psoriatic arthropathy). Second is the detective story being created mentally by the protagonist, Philip Marlow, as he lies helpless in his hospital bed. The third strand consists of flashbacks to Marlow's childhood in the Forest of Dean, and the traumatic experience of witnessing his mother's infidelity one day in the woods, combined with guilt over her later suicide in London. The fourth strand concerns Philip's ex-wife, Nicola, whom he imagines is conspiring with a shady film producer to bilk him out of film rights to his novel.


Edge of DarknessEdge of Darkness
BBC Three, 1985 | Drama
Rating: 5/5

"Edge of Darkness" was a landmark mini-series from the BBC. A classic suspense thriller set in contemporary Thatcherite Britain, the series captured accurately the paranoia of an age where Trident missiles shared headlines with anti-nuclear protesters.