The Night Manager: Natasha Little
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The Night Manager is coming direct from a successful run on BBC One to America on 19 April 2016 (my birthday!) thanks to AMC and what a cast the creators have assembled including Hugh Laurie (“House, M.D.”), Tom Hiddleston (“Thor”, “I Saw the Light”), and Elizabeth Debicki (“The Man from Uncle”). But what about the rest of this stellar cast? Leading up to the debut of The Night Manager on 19 April, The Joyous Living will be introducing you to some of the miniseries’ talented stars beginning with the delightful Natasha Little.
|Natasha Little as Caroline Langbourne. Credit: BBC.|
Natasha Little, a BAFTA-nominated actress for her role as Becky Sharp in “Vanity Fair” (1998), plays Lady Caroline Langbourne, a woman who’s husband, Sandy Langbourne, is a member of Roper’s (played by Hugh Laurie) inner circle. He also happens to be having an affair with the nanny. But is she willing to help Jonathan Pine (played by Tom Hiddleston)?
Ms. Little’s many credits include: Wolf Hall (as Liz Cromwell), Foyle’s War, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, and for our Star Wars fans out there she has voiced the Female Sith Warrior in three Star Wars: The Old Republic video games.
Theatre credits include: The Vagina Monologues, The Alchemist, and Richard Eyre’s The Novice.
Philanthropically, Ms. Little is an ambassador for World Vision (see my previous article on World Vision here).
She is represented by Hamilton Hodell, the same talented agency representing Mr. Laurie and Mr. Hiddleston.
The Joyous Living is looking forward to seeing Ms. Little’s interpretation of Lady Caroline Langbourne in the upcoming The Night Manager. What are you looking forward to?
The Night Manager is available to stream on BBC’s iPlayer until 26 April 2016 and makes its American premiere at AMC on 19 April 2016.
The Joyous Living has not had a chance to preview or review The Night Manager nor have we looked at spoilers. According to the Parent Guide on IMDb, however, the show has nudity, sex, violence, and strong language (including the F word).