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Lyndsey Marshal

Lyndsey Marshal



United Kingdom

Age: 42

Known for

In Trauma (2018) as Susie Bowkeras Susie Bowker

in Trauma (2018)
In Titanic as Mabel Watsonas Mabel Watson

in Titanic
In Garrow's Law as Lady Sarah Hillas Lady Sarah Hill

in Garrow's Law

TV Series Starring Lyndsey Marshal

Trauma (2018)Trauma (2018)
ITV, 2018 | Drama, Thriller, Mini-Series | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

Trauma is a three-part psychological thriller which centres on the lives of two fathers, Dan and Jon, whose lives collide when Dan's 15 year-old son Alex is stabbed and tragically dies in the trauma department attended by high-achieving consultant Allerton. Devastated, heartbroken and pushed to the edge, Dan believes Jon is responsible for Alex's death. As he strives for justice, Dan begins to unpick the very fabric of Jon's life as his own unravels in the wake of Alex's killing.


TitanicTitanic
ITV, 2012 | Family, Travel, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 1/5

The series marks the hundredth anniversary of the world's most famous maritime disaster, the sinking of the Titanic, that happened in April 1912. The series follows an entire society as the ship travels towards the iceberg.


Garrow's LawGarrow's Law
BBC One, 2009 | Crime, History
Rating: 2.5/5

This legal drama investigates the corruption behind London's Old Bailey in the 18th century and is inspired by the life of pioneering English barrister William Garrow.