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Nathalie Press (1975-), Actress

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Natalie Press became one of the rising stars in British cinema with the release of My Summer Of Love (2004), a role for which she was nominated Best Actress at the British Independent Film Awards, the European film awards and the London Film Critics' Circle Awards. Press's central role as Zoe in Andrea Arnold's short film, WASP (2003) received a similar response at film festivals, clinching a number of awards including the Best Short Film Oscar in 2005. Recent work includes the BBC's Mr. Harvey Lights A Candle (2005), The Undertaker (2005) and the independent feature Song Of Songs (2006) and Red Road, the first feature by Andrea Arnold.

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6756

Nathalie Press

by Stuart Pearson Wright
pencil, wash and white heightening, 2005-2006
NPG 6756

x127400

Nathalie Press

by Gemma Booth
C-type colour print, 2005
NPG x127400

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