Georgia Moffett doing well in the series market
English actress Georgia Moffett is best known for her role as Abigail Nixon, the daughter of the lead man in the popular television series The Bill (2002-9). She gained a tremendous amount of exposure through this character and additionally gained popularity as a celebrity with viewers. Georgia was no stranger to TV series roles, which speak to her marketability as a supporting actress.
Moffett has also appeared in recurring roles in other popular series such as Peak Practice (1999); Where The Heart Is (2004-5); Bonkers (2007); Fear, Stress and Anger (2007); Spooks: Code 9 (2007); Casualty (2007-9) and the TV mini-series Dr. Who: Dreamland (2009) in the role of Cassie Rice.
She has also appeared briefly in episodes of many TV series including Holby City (2004); The Last Detective (2007); Agatha Christie Marple:Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (2009); Merlin (2009) and Playhouse Live (2010). Although these were minor roles of short duration, fans are always happy to see their favorite people if only briefly.
Georgia also became well known to her fans through her supporting roles in film including The Second Quest (2004); Tom Brown's School Days (2005); Like Father Like Son (2005) and Thorne: Sleepyhead (2010). Recent work for Moffett has been her role as Emma in the television series White Man Van (2011-12). She has been busy with the TV movie The Five(ish) Doctor's Reboot (2013). Georgia Moffett does not have a long list of credits in her acting repertoire, but she does have a loyal fan base that is always happy to see her.
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