Tara Fitzgerald plays Lady Hermione Clarke

Tara Fitzgerald is Lady Hermione Clarke. A great admirer of Hercule Poirot. Ill, bed-ridden and jealous, she prefers to reminisce about the times when everyone was young and beautiful. She is the wife of Sir Carmichael Clarke.

Tara Fitzgerald’s breakout TV role was in the adaptation of the British classic The Camomile Lawn, directed by Sir Peter Hall. Her illustrious career includes leads in television series such as The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The Woman in White, Frenchman’s Creek, The Virgin Queen, Jane Eyre, The Muskateers, played Eve Lockhart in the much-loved, Waking The Dead and most recently in 3 seasons of Game of Thrones as Selyse Baratheon and Churchill’s Secret, The Strike Series, Requiem and Origin (for YouTube). Her film roles include Hear My Song, Sirens, Brassed Off, Five Children and It, I Capture The Castle, Exodus, Legend, Una, The Runaways and The King. On stage she has appeared alongside Peter O'Toole in Our Song, Ralph Fiennes’ Hamlet as Ophelia, and played leads in A Streetcar Named Desire, A Doll’s House, The Winter’s Tale for the RSC, Farewell To The Theatre, Gaslight, Broken Glass, Lady Macbeth at The Globe Theatre & Queen Elizabeth I in The Secret Theatre at The Wanamaker.

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