The Durrells: Keeley joins as lead in 6 part ITV production

Keeley joins a star studded cast as Louisa Durrell in the six part ITV production of The Durrells which is set to begin filming next month in Corfu.

The story focuses on Louisa Durrell whose life is in meltdown and whose children (some of whom are entering adulthood) are going off the rails. It’s the 1930s, and a woman’s options are limited. So, Louisa decides to take the family to the untamed paradise of Corfu.

Hawes next appears in Ben Wheatley’s Toronto-bound High-Rise and Sky’s Fungus The Bogeyman.

There is life in TV for a mature woman (Telegraph Interview Jan 2015)

In this interview, Keeley Hawes talks about the expanding at exciting roles that are now available for mature women in acting.

Hawes, who turns 39 next month, said: “I think that you only have to look at our TV screens at the moment to see maybe there is a change happening, with Olivia Colman in Broadchurch, Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honourable Woman and Gillian Anderson in The Fall. These aren’t 20-year-olds. These are women with a bit of life experience.”

Her success in roles more suited to mature women than flighty teenagers or sultry twentysomethings – such as the hard-bitten and explosively violent policewoman Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton in BBC2’s Line of Duty – means she is less minded to complain about the parts offered to older actresses.

Read the interview in The Telegraph and the full interview in Stella magazine next week

Lara Croft Temple of Osiris: Information and Video

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Keeley Hawes has returned to voice Lara Croft video games after stepping aside in 2013.  Keeley began voicing Lara back in 2006.  You can learn a lot more about Keeley and Lara in her interview for the Independent.

You can also see a message from Keeley to her Lara Croft fans.

The Casual Vacancy: Another Image of Keeley Hawes

Here's another photo of Keeley Hawes as Samantha Mollison in The Casual Vacancy

Charity: Unicef Ambassador Calender 2015 with Keeley Hawes

 Keeley Hawes is a supporter for UNICEF and had travelled to Papua New Guinea this year to help support UNICEF. "Keeley witnessed children with severe malnutrition being treated in the capital’s main hospital and travelled by boat to one of the most remote places on Earth to see children being vaccinated against life threating yet preventable diseases."  Here are some photos of Keeley in Djibouti from 2012 for World Food Day.

You don't have to be a celebrity to help out.  You, too, can help UNICEF and the projects they support.  One such is the UNICEF Ambassadors calendar 2015, which includes a photo of Keeley.

Share the adventures of UNICEF Ambassadors and supporters who have travelled to UNICEF's programmes. This stunning new calendar explores the countries and children's projects visited and gives a brief history of their involvement.
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