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Sian Clifford

Known for
as Tina Noakes

in Two Weeks to Live
as Diana Ingram

in Quiz
as Martha Crawley

in Vanity Fair
TV Series Starring Sian Clifford
Two Weeks to Live
Sky 1,

2020

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

Two Weeks to Live revolves around Kim Noakes, a strange young misfit who was just a little girl when her father died in murky circumstances. Following his death, her mother whisked her away to a remote rural life of seclusion and bizarre survival techniques. Now all grown up, Kim sets out into the real world for the first time to begin a secret mission of honouring her father's memory.


Quiz
ITV,

2020

| Drama, Mini-Series | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

Quiz tells the story of Charles Ingram, a former British army major, who caused a major scandal in the early 2000s after being caught cheating his way to winning £1 million on the game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? It tells how Ingram, his wife Diana and an accomplice, Tecwen Whittock, who was sitting in the audience, initially pulled off the on-screen heist before being caught and standing trial.


Vanity Fair
ITV,

2018

| Drama
Rating: 4.3/5

Gwyneth Hughes' adaptation of Thackeray's literary classic is set against the backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars, and follows Becky Sharp as she attempts to claw her way out of poverty and scale the heights of English Society. Her story of "villainy, crime, merriment, lovemaking, jilting, laughing, cheating, fighting and dancing", takes her all the way to the court of King George IV, via the Battle of Waterloo, breaking hearts and losing fortunes as she goes.