Magazine article Screen International

Morfydd Clark, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

Magazine article Screen International

Morfydd Clark, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

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Having played Mrs Dai Bread Two in a school production of Under Milk Wood, she went on to study at the National Youth Theatre of Wales and Drama Centre London.

After graduation, Clark appeared in the BBC's A Poet In New York, about Dylan Thomas's fatal visit to the city, Channel 4's four-part drama series New Worlds and, on film, in Carol Morley's The Falling.

She then enjoyed a strong run of theatre performances, including in Olivier-nominated Violence And Son by Welsh playwright Gary Owen and as Cecile in Les Liaisons Dangereuses alongside Dominic West and Janet McTeer.

In an ideal world, the Welsh actress, based in London, would continue to work in both film and theatre. "You have to be a lot more patient with film," she says. "You do it and then you have to wait for ages to see it yourself, and then you have to wait again for an audience to see it. …

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