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Naomie Harris




Naomie Harris was born and raised in London. She graduated with honours from Cambridge University, where she studied Social and Political Sciences before training professionally as an actress at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Since her debut in Danny Boyle’s zombie horror film 28 Days Later, Harris has been critically acclaimed with roles as varied as Bronx agent Trudy Joplin in Michael Mann’s Miami Vice and the voodoo queen Tia Dalma in Gore Verbinski’s Pirates of the Caribbean. She was most recently seen in John Alexander’s Small Island; with Andy Serkis in the Brit indie film, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll; and later in 2010 can be seen in David Attwood’s Blood and Oil and The First Grader from director Justin Chadwick.



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