Miranda Katharine Hart Dyke (born 14 December 1972), known professionally as Miranda Hart, is an award-winning English actress, writer and stand-up comedian . She writes and stars in the BBC sitcom Miranda. She also appeared in French and Saunders, the BBC television series Hyperdrive and her semi-autobiographical sitcom Miranda Hart's Joke Shop on BBC Radio 2. In 2012, she began appearing in the BBC drama Call the Midwife as Camilla (Chummy) Fortescue-Cholmondeley-Browne.
[The Guardian] - P7 The Guardian profile: Miranda Hart. P9 Julian Assange's lawyer tells the supreme court his Swedish arrest warrant is invalid. P11 Chris Moyles is in danger of being overtaken by Radio 4's Today programme, according to the latest Rajar audience
[The Guardian] - When the author Jennifer Worth first saw Miranda Hart on television, she knew immediately she should play Camilla Cholomondely-Browne in the BBC adaptation of her bestselling memoirs, so she sent the comedy actor her books in the post.
[Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph] - Sarah-Grace Cordell, aged 17, from Wellingborough who has been accepted to the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. SARAH-GRACE Cordell is celebrating after winning a place at a drama school with alumni including comedian Miranda Hart and actress Sarah
[Swindon Advertiser] celebrities who will present the awards across a range of categories including Best Drama, Young Voice Award and Best Documentary. Previous ceremonies have been attended by Kevin Spacey, Sam Mendes, Sir Ian McMillan, Miranda Hart and James Corden.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK (blog)] a fair excuse him for him not laughing out loud, but we're baffled as to how neither his fellow competitors nor anyone in the crowd saw the funny side of a pratfall which was as good as anything Charlie Chaplin, Mr Bean or Miranda Hart ever dreamt up.
[OntheBox] - Next week will see Miranda Hart take to the screen as newly qualified bag of nerves, Chummy. Having already had a sneaky press launch peak at her performance, we can exclusively reveal that viewers should be pleasantly suprised.
[The Wharf] - Jenny Agutter, Pam Ferris and Miranda Hart line-up beside the newcomer. Executive producer Pippa Harris said: "I loved the fact that Jennifer's writing gives you an insight into a recent, yet long vanished world. "Although she was only writing about