Who is Diana Rigg’s daughter Rachael Stirling? – The Sun

RACHAEL Stirling was once only known for being the daughter of the late Bond girl Dame Diana Rigg.

However she has crafted a career on stage and in film and television.

Who is Rachael Stirling?

Rachael was born on May 30, 1977, in London – making her 43 years old.

She's the daughter of the late Bond Girl Dame Diana Rigg and theatre producer Archibald Stirling – the Laird of the Keir Estate in Stirling, Scotland.

The actress attended Wycombe Abbey School, then went on to earn a BA in art history from Edinburgh University as well as perform with the Edinburgh University Theatre Company.

Rachael is married to musician and Elbow frontman Guy Garvey with whom she shares son Jack, who was born in April 2017.

What else has TV shows has Rachael Stirling been in?

Rachael starred as Nancy Astley in BBC drama Tipping The Velvet and has also appeared in Lewis and Doctor Who.

She represented her Alma Mater Edinburgh University in a special, one-off celeb episode of University Challenge at Christmas in December 2016.

Also, the talent actress played Becky in TV series Dectectorists, but is mostly recognisable from The Bletchley Circle.

The Bletchley Circle San Francisco spin-off aired in July 2018 and Rachael reprised her role of Millie Harcourt alongside Julie Graham's Jean McBride, and Crystal Balint as Iris Bearden.

In 2019 she starred opposite Rob Lowe Rachael playing Mary Harborough QC – the local barrister and judge – in Wild Bill.

What has theatre shows and films has Rachael Stirling starred in?

Rachael had her breakthrough stage performance in 1996 in the National Youth Theatre's revival of Othello.

Throughout her career she has performed in many theatre productions, including iconic roles such as Katharina in Taming of The Shrew and Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Her performances in The Priory and An Ideal Husband in 2009 and 2010, respectively earned her nominations for the prestigious Laurence Olivier Award.

She's appeared in a collection of films over the years including Maybe Baby, The Triumph of Love and Snow White and the Huntsman opposite Oscar winner Charlize Theron.

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