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Kate Magowan Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Sturdy, unconventionally attractive British actress Kate Magowan built a substantial onscreen career during the mid- to late 2000s. Throughout, she revealed a marked preference for U.K. independent films and a laudable ability to ferret out critically respected material. The actress landed one of her first cinematic roles under the aegis of esteemed director [[Performer~P194595~Michael Winterbottom~michaelwinterbottom]], with a bit part on the filmmaker's 2002 feature [[Feature~V260399~24 Hour Party People~24hourpartypeople]] -- a hugely ambitious, if imperfect, trip through the musical history of Manchester, England. She followed it up (and received higher billing) with the similarly themed [[Feature~V315383~It's All Gone Pete Tong~itsallgonepetetong]] (2004), a mockumentary about the rise and fall of a DJ. Magowan is best known to American audiences, however, for her colorful turn as a witch's slave (opposite [[Performer~P17593~Robert De Niro~robertdeniro]] and [[Performer~P56469~Michelle Pfeiffer~michellepfeiffer]]) in the 2007 [[Feature~V345070~Stardust~stardust]]. The film represented Magowan's first major Hollywood effort. In her native England, Magowan appeared as a guest star on such television series as [[Feature~V399945~The Bill~thebill[tvseries]]] and [[Feature~V285563~Manchild~manchild[tvseries]]]. She appeared in Julian Gilbey's 2011 thriller A Lonely Place to Die. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi