Rebecca Frayn

Rebecca Frayn

Director, screenwriter

Rebecca Frayn is an English documentary film maker, screenwriter, novelist and actress. Rebecca Frayn is a film maker and screen writer inspired by contemporary issues. She has directed a wide variety of quirky documentary essays for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV on subjects that range from Tory Wives to the Friern Barnet Mental Asylum and identical twins. She played the role of June in the 1979 TV movie One Fine Day, directed by Stephen Frears and starring Robert Stephens and Dominic Guard. She also appeared uncredited as the photograph image by Denis O'Regan of Liam Neeson's character's dead wife, Joanna, in the film Love Actually (2003), directed by Richard Curtis.The daughter of playwright and novelist Michael Frayn and his first wife, Gillian (née Palmer), Frayn grew up in North West England. She later graduated from the University of Bristol in 1984. She married film producer Andy Harries in July 1992 and they have three children: twin sons, Jack Harries and Finn Harries, and a daughter Emmy. Frayn had to undergo IVF to have her daughter, an experience which inspired her novel One Life.

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