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Articles Tagged 'Michelle Ryan'

Joanna Lumley

12 British Actors Who Got Started In Soaps

Never mind the Billboards, the real trophy-doling fun of the weekend happened on Saturday night, at the British Soap Awards, in which the great, the good and the downright torrid rubbed fake-tanned shoulders and practised the most outrageous Nominated Loserface in the bathrooms of MediaCityUK, Salford. Coronation Street, the longest-running TV serial drama in the […]

Photos: Doctor Who’s David Tennant and Michelle Ryan Steam Up Dubai

Dubai has been in the news a lot lately, mostly because of its crappy economy. (Join the club.) But that city might see a tourism boost from all the Whovians that will flood its shores, inspired by the new Doctor Who Easter Special that was filmed in that small but extravagantly rich Arab capital. On-location […]

“Bionic Woman” Michelle Ryan Recalls Tension on EastEnders Set

Actress Michelle Ryan – soon to overrun your TV sets with both Bionic Woman and BBC AMERICA’s Jekyll – remembers her time playing Zoe Slater on EastEnders in an interview with The Independent. While the show ultimately made her a household name in the UK, she reveals that she was often “depressed” while on the […]

Former EastEnders Actress Michelle Ryan Bashed by U.S. Critics

Poor Michelle Ryan: the British actress has gotten bad reviews for her “joyless” Bionic Woman. Maybe someone forgot to tell her she wasn’t actually on EastEnders anymore.(Contact Music) Speaking of EastEnders, things are apparently dire, with The Guardian and The Stage penning articles on just how bad things have become over in Albert Square. Keira […]

Close The Borders: British Actors Will Work For Food

The New York Times has an article about all of the British actors who come over here, expertly feign Yankee accents, and take all of our TV roles. Hugh Laurie was the first to make the jump, and now UK actors like Damian Lewis, Ray Stevenson, Kevin McKidd, Tom Conti, and Julian Sands have followed […]