Alex Kingston
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Crashing (2006)
[ Izabella Miko ][ Lizzy Caplan ]
Alpha Dog (2006)
[ Sharon Stone ][ Courteney Cox ][ Dominique Swain ][ Amanda Seyfried ][ Musetta Vander ]
Sweet Land (2005)
[ Elizabeth Reaser ]
The Poseidon Adventure (2005)
Damaged (2004)
Try Carter (2004)
One for the Road (2004)
[ Thandie Newton ]
Drive (2004)
Boudica (2003)
[ Emily Blunt ][ Frances Barber ]
Essex Boys (2000)
This Space Between Us (2000)
[ Vanessa Marcil ][ Leslie Bibb ][ Poppy Montgomery ]
Croupier (1998)
[ Rhona Mitra ]
Weapons of Mass Distraction (1997)
[ Mimi Rogers ][ Jordan Ladd ][ Illeana Douglas ][ Sandra Kim ][ Kathy Baker ]
The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996)
[ Diana Rigg ][ Maureen O'Brien ]
Carrington (1995)
[ Emma Thompson ][ Janet McTeer ]
The Infiltrator (1995)
A Pin for the Butterfly (1994)
[ Joan Plowright ][ Imogen Stubbs ]
Woman of the Wolf (1994)
Foreign Affairs (1993)
[ Joanne Woodward ][ Stephanie Beacham ][ Diedre Holland ]
Skeletons (1991)
[ Martine McCutcheon ]
The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover (1989)
[ Helen Mirren ]
Conflict (1988)
[ Nina Hartley ]
The Wildcats of St. Trinian's (1980)
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A classically trained British stage actress, Alex Kingston earned a following amongst American television audiences with her portrayal of the bold and outspoken Dr. Elizabeth Corday on NBC's E.R. The role was Kingston's best known since she portrayed the lusty title character of The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders (1996) on British television; her work on the often-steamy miniseries earned the curly haired actress both acclaim and a certain measure of notoriety in her native country, two things that virtually ensured her crossover to transatlantic engagements.The daughter of a butcher, Kingston was born in London on March 11, 1963. She first became interested in the theatre during a family trip to her mother's native Germany, where her uncle, an actor, was performing on the stage. After making her own stage debut at the age of five as the Angel Gabriel in a Nativity play, Kingston went on to appear in a number of school productions and got her first professional job at 15, when she had a stint as a school bully on the popular TV series Grange Hill. Following her schooling, she trained at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she met and fell in love with fellow actor Ralph Fiennes, whom she would marry in 1993 and divorce four years later. After completing her training, Kingston performed in repertory theatre across England and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. While she portrayed numerous classical characters on the stage, Kingston took on more contemporary characters on television and made her film debut in Peter Greenaway's 1989 The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover. Following her 1996 casting on E.R., Kingston's fan base began to grow, as did her screen appearances. In 1999, she had a leading role as a South African gambler in Mike Hodges' acclaimed Croupier and that same year appeared as a flighty rich woman in the romantic comedy This Space Between Us.

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