Morven wins acting award

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Morven-Christie-2017hsh-wHELENSBURGH-born actress Morven Christie won the best TV actor award at the Sunday Herald’s Culture Awards in association with Edinburgh Napier University – dubbed “Scotland’s Oscars”.

She received the award at a glittering awards ceremony at SWG3 in Glasgow on Thursday attended by over 200 people — and has also been chosen for a new Agatha Christie series.

Amazon has struck a multi-show deal with Agatha Christie Productions for U.S. rights to seven dramas based on the author’s works. All will ultimately be available on Amazon Prime.

The deal kicks off with “Ordeal By Innocence” which began shooting in Scotland this month and stars Morven with Bill Nighy, Catherine Keener, Matthew Goode, Alice Eve, Ella Purnell, Ed Westwick, Luke Treadaway, and Eleanor Tomlinson.

Details of Morven's earlier career can be found here.

Last Updated ( Monday, 24 July 2017 15:52 )  

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