Dec. 17th, 1966
Fleet, Hampshire, England, UK
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Juliet Aubrey (born 17 December 1966 in Fleet, Hampshire) is a British actress, best known for her role as Helen Cutter on Primeval (2007—2009).
Aubrey first came to the public's attention playing Dorothea in the BBC adaptation of Middlemarch with Rufus Sewell, for which she won a BAFTA for Best Actress. Her subsequent films included Michael Winterbottom's Go Now alongside Robert Carlyle, Roberto Faenzas' Look to the Sky with Jean Hughes Anglade and The Lost Lover with Ciaran Hinds. Next, Aubrey appeared in Welcome to Sarajevo (Michael Winterbottom), Time to Love (Giacomo Campiotti), Food of Love (Stephen Poliakoff) for which she won La Boule Best Actress, Iris (Richard Eyre) and The Constant Gardener (Fernando Mereilles). In 1998 she played the role of Karen in the Brian Gibson movie Still Crazy (Golden Globe nomination) alongside Billy Connolly, Stephen Rae, Timothy Spall, Jimmy Nail and Bill Nighy. She is due to appear in TV movie Super Eruption in 2011.
Her theatre work includes Summerfolk (Trevor Nunn) and Ivanov (Katie Mitchell) at the National Theatre London, An Oak Tree (Karl James) at the Soho Theatre, The Tempest (John Retallack) with the Oxford Stage Company, Three Sisters and Twelfth Night (Chris White) with Cry Havoc, and The Collector and Betrayal (Simon Brown) with The Kings Players.
She married Steve Ritchie, a production designer, in 2002, after meeting several years earlier whilst filming in Newcastle. They have two daughters.