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Karen Bryson

Karen Bryson



Known for

In Black Narcissus as Sister Philippaas Sister Philippa

in Black Narcissus
In Shameless (UK) as Avril Powellas Avril Powell

in Shameless (UK)
In The White Wall as Ginaas Gina

in The White Wall
In Bodies as Hazel Melroseas Hazel Melrose

in Bodies

TV Series Starring Karen Bryson

Black NarcissusBlack Narcissus
FX, 2020 | Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

The show follows Sister Clodagh and the nuns of St Faiths, who travel to Nepal to set up a branch of their order in the remote palace of Mopu. It will tell the story of the nuns' sexual repression which forms the spine of the story, as Sister Clodagh finds herself increasingly attracted to the handsome and damaged land agent, Mr. Dean.


The White WallThe White Wall
SVT, 2020 | Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

The White Wall is about a mysterious white wall, found deep underground, at the mining site of the world's largest final depository for nuclear waste.


Shameless (UK)Shameless (UK)
Channel 4, 2004 | Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

The Radio Times described the drama as a Semi-Autobiographical series. It's about a shambolic family living on a Manchester estate. Eldest sister, Fiona, has to look after her five younger siblings after their mother's disappearance and there father became an alcoholic.


BodiesBodies
BBC Three, 2004 | Drama
Rating: 5/5

When Rob Lake (Max Beesley) begins work in a maternity unit, he soon comes to suspect that his new boss, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Roger Hurley, may be incompetent. He tries to turn a blind eye, but one of Hurley's blunders leads to a young mother being left brain-damaged and her baby stillborn. Rob watches a fellow doctor being hounded for attempting to bring the incompetence to light, seeing the ranks of the establishment join together to protect one of their own. He realizes he must risk his career to put a stop to Hurley's negligence. Meanwhile, his passionate affair with colleague Donna leaves him alternately confused and hungry for more. This riveting medical drama series, starring Max Beesley, Keith Allen and Patrick Baladi developed a cult following with its gritty story lines and gruesome theater scenes, during its two series on BBC.