Daisy Waterstone

Daisy Waterstone

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Birthday: Jun 13, 1994

Birthplace: Hammersmith, London

Daisy Waterstone was a British actress who became a recognizable face in film and television, mainly in her native England, throughout the early 21st century. Born on June 13, 1994 in Hammersmith, London, England, Waterston broke into acting at the age of ten, when she appeared in two episodes of "Silent Witness" (BBC, 1996-), while also appearing in the World War I romantic drama "Testament of Youth" (2014), and a highly acclaimed production of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" (2014), at London's hallowed Old Vic Theatre. The next year, Waterstone's streak continued with appearances in the made for TV teen drama "Cyberbully" (Channel 4, 2015), the mystery thriller TV serial "And Then There Were None" (BBC One, 2015), and the short film "Dark Was the Night" (2015). Waterstone scored her biggest role in 2016, when she co-starred as Margo Durrell in the autobiographical dramedy series "The Durrells" (ITV, 2016-), based on famous naturalist, zookeeper, conservationist, writer, and TV personality Gerald Durrell and his family's four years on the Greek island of Corfu, from 1935-1939. She was next seen as the romantic lead in the short film "La La Means I Love You" (2018).



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