Biography

Stella Gonet is a Scottish theatre, film and television actress.

Stella Gonet is a Scottish theatre, film and television actress.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 24

Birthday 1963-05-08

Place of Birth Greenock, Scotland, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 The Importance of Being Earnest as Miss Prism
2018 The Cry (4 episodes) as Elizabeth
2015 Humans (2 episodes) as Frances Walker
2013 How I Live Now as Mrs. McEvoy
2013 Father Brown (1 episode) as Lady Margaret Galloway
2010 Mo as Dr Susi Strang
2007 Inspector Lewis (1 episode)
2005 Red Mercury as Gerry Ashton
2004 Julian Fellowes Investigates: A Most Mysterious Murder (6 episodes)
2002 Nicholas Nickleby as Mrs Nickleby
2002 Foyle's War (1 episode)
2002 The Secret as Nadia Collins
2002 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (1 episode)
2001 Arthur's Dyke as Celia
1998 Supply and Demand (6 episodes) as Jane Leyland
1997 Midsomer Murders (1 episode)
1996 The Crow Road (4 episodes) as Fiona Urvill
1996 Trip Trap
1992 Stalin as Zina
1992 The Common Pursuit
1991 The House of Eliott (34 episodes)
1988 For Queen & Country
1988 Down Where The Buffalo Go
1986 Casualty (2 episodes) as Jayne Grayson (2 episodes) as Dr. Clare Wainwright

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