Amy Marston

Amy Jessica Marston (born 1972) is an English actress on screen and in theatre. She is known for her roles as Sylvia Sands in The Hello Girls, as Deborah in Rome, and as Jenny Rawlinson in EastEnders.

Amy Marston
Born1972 (age 4647)
Years active1995–present

Acting career

Marston's first appearance on television was in Neverwhere , a mini-series in 1996, playing the role of Anasthesia for two episodes. Since then, she has become known for her roles as Sylvia Sands for 16 episodes of The Hello Girls between 1996 and 1998, and as Deborah for six episodes of Rome in 2007.[1] She appeared in the feature film Bel Ami in 2012,[2] alongside Christina Ricci, Kristin Scott Thomas and Uma Thurman. She co-starred with Jamie Dornan in the 2014 TV mini-series New Worlds for three episodes. In 2016, she played the role of Jenny Rawlinson in EastEnders .[3] In 2019 she appeared in The Current War, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon and Nicholas Hoult.[4] In 2019, she appeared in an episode of the BBC soap opera Doctors as Shannon Wren.


Year Title Role
2020 Seacole Alice's Neighbour
2019 The Current War[4] Annabelle Worthington
2018 Six from Eight Mary
2018 The Little Stranger Mrs. Blundell
2017 Potty Mouth Runner
2017 A Christmas Prince (TV film)[5] Max Golding [6]
2016 Little Hard (short film) Lo
2015 Crown for Christmas (TV film) Miss Wick
2012 Bel Ami[2] Nanny
2010 Toast[7] Primary School Teacher
2009 The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Classy Shopper 1
2008 Love Letters (short film) Helen
2001 Charlotte Gray Pregnant Mother
Year Title Role
2019 Doctors Shannon Wren
2019 Summer of Rockets Miss Goodwin
2018 Vera Glenda Jannen (1 episode)
1995–2018 Casualty, 3 episodes (1995/2010/2018) Mattie Reynold / Ginny Everly / Lisa Adams
2017 Endeavour[8] Sister Clodagh MacMahon (1 episode)
2017 Quacks Laura (1 episode)
2016 EastEnders (TV serial)[3] Jenny Rawlinson (2 episodes)
2015 The Coroner Olivia Sidwell (Napoleon's Violin, 2015)
2015 DCI Banks Dr. Beverley Calcutt (Ghosts: Part 1, 2015)
2006-2014 Holby City[3] Nicola Davis (2014) / Carrie Haines (2006) (2 episodes)
2014 New Worlds Martha Hawkins (3 episodes)
2012 Dark Matters: Twisted But True (TV series) Juanita Lopez / Dr. Brenda Milner (2 episodes)
2010 At Home with the Georgians (TV series) Anne Dormer
2009 Kingdom (TV series) Miss Dodds (1 episode)
2008 Consuming Passion (TV film) Margaret Boon
2007 Doc Martin Terri Oakwood
2002–2007 Doctors Becca Nash (2002) / Hayley (2007)
2007 The Last Detective (TV series) Rose Boden
2007 Rome Deborah (5 episodes)
2005 Man Stroke Woman (TV series) Customer (1 episode)
2005 Jericho (TV miniseries) Annie Wilson (1 episode)
2004 The Final Quest (TV film) Agnes
2004 He Knew He Was Right Priscilla Stanbury (3 episodes)
2002 Judge John Deed (TV series) Darina Hay (1 episode)
2000 The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (TV series) Agnes Delamere
1999 Where the Heart Is (TV series) Julie Cartland
1996–1998 The Hello Girls (TV series) Sylvia Sands (16 episodes)
1998 Faith in the Future (TV series) Salesgirl (1 episode)
1997 Black Velvet Band (TV film) Half-Pint
1997 The History of Tom Jones: a Foundling (TV series) Susan (1 episode)
1997 The Bill Sandra Winter (1 episode)
1996 Neverwhere (TV mini-series) Anasthesia (2 episodes)
1996 Over Here (TV film) Daphne (Producer)


Year Title Role Theatre
2018 Parents' Evening[9] Mother (lead role) Jermyn Street Theatre
2018 Broken Glass[8] Sylvia Gellburg (lead role) *Offie Nominated Best Actress Watford Palace Theatre
2015 Feed the Beast Heather/Curator of Chequers/Ensemble Birmingham Repertory Theatre
2014 A Small Family Business Desmond Ayres [10] National Theatre
2012 Stepping Out Andy Salisbury Playhouse
2012 Man In The Middle Kathy Lette/Interrogator Theatre503
2009 Don John Elvira BAC & Tour
2008 Humble Boy Rosie Pye Northampton Theatre Royal
2005 Enlightenment Joanna Abbey Theatre, Dublin
2003 After Mrs Rochester Maryvonne & Jane Eyre Shared Experience
2001 Henna Night Judith Chelsea Theatre
2000 Ghost Train Tattoo Lisa Manchester Royal Exchange
2000 Snake In A Fridge Donna Manchester Royal Exchange
2000 Snapshots Lian (lead role) Manchester Royal Exchange
1999 Eurydice Eurydice (lead role) Whitehall Theatre
1999 Sitting Pretty Zelda Chelsea Theatre
1995 Unidentified Human Remains Benita (lead role) Manchester Royal Exchange
1995 The Children's Hour Catherine National Theatre


  1. "Amy Marston credits". 2019.
  2. "40 New Bel Ami Photos". 2012.
  3. "Holby City's Amy Marston takes on role in EastEnders". 2016.
  4. "The Current War Weinstein Company - Release Date: October 4, 2019". 2019.
  5. "A christmas prince". 2018.
  6. "Film review of a Christmas Prince". 2017.
  7. "Toast". 2010.
  8. "Amy Marston Joins Watford Palace Theatre's Revival of Broken Glass". 2018.
  9. "Parents' Evening Wed, 3rd 2018 - Sat, 27th October 2018". 2018.
  10. "Profile: Amy Marston". 2014.
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