Daphne Neville and her otter photographed by Adam Richardson
Recent Roles in Films and TV movies
Daphne Neville playing a member of foreign royalty in ‘The Crown’ for Netflix
‘The Invisible Woman’, about the life of Charles Dickens, directed by Ralph Fiennes 2013.
Cold Caller directed by Philip Cook, 2015
With Dan Stevens and Dominic Cooper, while filming on location in Cornwall for ‘Summer in February’ 2013
Playing Beatrix the Birdwatcher in ‘Summer in February’ directed by Chris Menaul, 2013.
Crying in close-up: the MP’s wife in tears on the ship in ‘Amazing Grace’ directed by Micheal Apted in 2006
Mrs Mitchell in ‘Feast of July’ directed by Chris Menaul for Merchant Ivory
In Tudor costume on location at Berkeley Castle 2013.
Mad Mary in ‘The She-Wolf of London’ directed by Brian Grant.
As Mrs Rolphe in ‘The Ghost of Greville Lodge’ directed by Niall Johnston 2000.
As Miriam in ‘The Chase’ directed by Sue Tully for BBC TV 2007.
With David Tennant playing Laura’s Mum in ‘Secret Smile’ for Granada in 2005.
The client in ‘Life Begins’ directed by J.Webb for Granada 2004.
As a medieval peasant…
a mentally handicapped hospital patient
And in Georgian costume
Presenting ‘Women Only’ for HTV in the early 1970’s
Daphne working behind-the-scenes on the EMI/theatre projects movie ‘Swallows and Amazons’
In the role of Mrs Peters in the adventure movie ‘The Copter Kids’ directed by Ronnie Spencer
Playing Mother in ‘The Phoenix and the Carpet’ for BBC in 1976
On location in Wiltshire with Christopher Biggins
Appearing in the ‘Charley Farely & Piggy Malone: The Worm That Turned‘ with Diana Dors for The Two Ronnies directed by Ronnie Barker in about 1980.
Lady Oxbridge in ‘The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb’ for HTV 1980.
Daphne with Cheryl Campbell in a play written by Dennis Potter
With Roy Hudd in ‘The Puppet Man’ 1984
Playing Doris in The Secret World of Polly Flint narrated by Micheal Hordern
Appearing opposite Christopher Godwin in ‘Nice Work’ written by David Lodge.
With Gregor Fisher in the comedy TV series Rab C Nesbitt
On location at Broughton Castle with Tom Selleck for the filming of ‘Three Men and a Little Lady’ in 1990
Appearing in ‘The She-Wolf of London’ in 1990
Appearing with Helen Mirren in the Police series ‘Prime Suspect’
With Louise Lombard and Stella Gonet in the BBC costume drama The House of Elliot
In the first film about the life of Diana, Princess of Wales adapted from the book by Andrew Morton
With George Cole in his long running series ‘Minder’.
On location in Dublin for a the Disney film of Charles Dicken’s classic tale, ‘The Old Curiosity Shop’ when Tom Courtney played Quilp and Alan Barry played Groves.
Playing a housemaid in the CBS movie ‘Buffalo Girls’
With Roderick Smith in ‘Dangerfield’ 1997
Val Kilmer and Daphne Neville as Babooskas in ‘The Saint’ for Paramount Pictures, 1997
Appearing in ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’
With the wonderful actress Pamela Cundell
and later with Christopher Plummer.