Weeks was educated at Great Ballard School,[4] Sussex, Roedean School and Pembroke College, Oxford, where she read English (graduating with upper-second class honours). About Us; Contact Us; View Popular FameChains Engaged Relationship facts. Spouse (1) They have two children. born 1987, age 31 … In the last, a BAFTA Award–winning detective series set in Hastings during and just after World War II, she starred opposite Michael Kitchen. Start a FameChain Add to my FameChain. She is the younger sister of Honeysuckle Weeks and the older sister of Rollo Weeks, both actors. Educated (Susan Wade) Cheltenham Ladies College 1970-1975, Universite de Lille 1976 and University of St. Andrews 1976-1980 (MA Hons French Language and Literature). Three children. In 2015, she appeared as Mae Harmer in the BBC TV series Death in Paradise (series 4). Educated (Susan Wade) Cheltenham Ladies College 1970-1975, Universite de Lille 1976 and University of St. Andrews 1976-1980 (MA Hons French Language and Literature). Weeks' film roles include Annie Ridd in Lorna Doone (2000) and Sarah in My Brother Tom (2001). Honeysuckle Weeks Honeysuckle Stormonth-Darling. It later emerged that she was already banned from driving under the totting-up scheme (due to points violations), and in early 2016 was ordered to wear an electronic tag as a consequence when the court imposed a four-week night time curfew on her. [11] Later that year, Weeks appeared as Eliza Doolittle in a production of Pygmalion at the Chichester Festival Theatre in West Sussex. Looking for some great streaming picks? Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. born 1985, age 32 with Robin Weeks. The Best TV Shows About Being in Your 30s. Susan Eileen Weeks. She is an actress, known for, Samantha Stewart / Sam Wainwright / Samantha Wainwright, Foyle's War Actress Honeysuckle Weeks is Found 'Safe and Sound' After Going Missing, ‘Foyle’s War’ Actress Honeysuckle Weeks Found ‘Safe and Well’ After Disappearance (Updated), Favorite Horror Movies Based on Atmosphere/Vibe, Celebrate Halloween with IMDb's Oldest Classic Horrors, Behind the Scenes: Agatha Christie's Poirot, Everyone wanted to be in Vic's Christmas Specials. Announced in The Times. Maiden name. Honeysuckle Weeks was born on August 1, 1979 in Cardiff, Wales as Honeysuckle Susan Weeks. [13], Weeks was engaged to the poet and musician Anno Birkin for a short period before his death, at age 20, in a car crash in Italy in 2001. Honeysuckle Weeks was born on August 1, 1979 in Cardiff, Wales as Honeysuckle Susan Weeks. [6] However, when Spielberg dropped out of the project, Weeks' role was re-cast with Reese Witherspoon. Weeks was born in Cardiff, Wales,[1][2] to Robin and Susan (née Wade) Weeks (who have since divorced),[citation needed] and grew up in Chichester and Petworth (both in England). She has been married to Lorne Stormonth-Darling since July 2007. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. She also appeared in the ITV series Lewis episode "Magnum Opus". British Actress. Honeysuckle Weeks was born on August 1, 1979 in Cardiff, Wales as Honeysuckle Susan Weeks. Three children, Honeysuckle Weeks, Perdita Weeks and Rollo Weeks. Susan Weeks Partner(s) Other Children. [3] She has a younger sister Perdita and brother Rollo, both of whom have also pursued careers in acting. Since then she has appeared in many programmes, including the children's series, The Queens Shilling, The Wild House and the long-running series Midsomer Murders and Poirot. From the age of nine, Weeks studied at the Sylvia Young Theatre School at the weekends. In early 2010, Weeks appeared as "Sarah Prentice" in a production of the Agatha Christie play A Daughter's A Daughter at London's Trafalgar Studios. She is known for her parts in three television series: Close Relations (1998), Ladies & Their Gentlemen (2002–2006), and Foyle's War (2002–2010, 2013, 2015). She married hypnotherapist Lorne Stormonth-Darling in an impromptu Buddhist wedding ceremony while on holiday in the Himalayas in 2005, followed by a London wedding in July 2007. She starred in the UK premiere of Melanie Marnich's play These Shining Lives from 8 May to 9 June 2013. As a child she was a member of the Chichester Festival Theatre. Plus, see what some of your favorite '90s stars look like now. Rollo Weeks. [14], In August 2015, Weeks was caught speeding on the A3 in south-west London. Click here to Start FameChaining. Honeysuckle Hero Susan Weeks (born 1 August 1979) is a British actress known for her starring role as Samantha Stewart (later Samantha Wainwright) in the ITV wartime drama series Foyle's War beginning in 2002. Weeks was born in South Glamorgan, to Robin and Susan (née Wade) Weeks, was educated at Roedean School in East Sussex, and studied art history at the Courtauld Institute in London. She has starred in The Five, created by best-selling thriller writer Harlan Coben. In 1995, she played a kidnap victim in a feature-length episode of The Bill, with David Tennant as her abductor. In 2012, she played a small part as Mrs Beeton in an episode of the BBC educational programme The Charles Dickens Show.[8]. She has appeared in the films My Brother Tom, Red Mercury and The Wicker Tree (the "spiritual successor" to The Wicker Man).[10]. Explore how the celebrity world connects. In 2019, Weeks had guest starred in an episode of Frankie Drake Mysteries as author, Agatha Christie.[9]. She is an actress, known for Foyle's War (2002), The Wicker Tree (2011) and The Five (2016). In 2007, Weeks starred in The Inspector Lynley Mysteries as Tania Thompson, a character based on the Canadian serial killer Karla Homolka. Susan Eileen Weeks. This article is about the British actress. She has been married to Lorne Stormonth-Darling since July 2007. In May 2015, she portrayed a wartime letter writer at VE Day 70: A Party to Remember in Horse Guards Parade, London that was broadcast live on BBC1. Her parents named her after the plant honeysuckle because they were in bloom when she was born.