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Heiða Rún Sigurðardóttir
(1988-05-22) 22 May 1988
|Alma mater||Drama Centre London|
Heiða Rún Sigurðardóttir  known by her stage name Heida Reed (HAY-da; born 22 May 1988), is an Icelandic actress and model. She is known for playing parts in One Day, Jo (2013), Silent Witness (2014) and the BBC drama Poldark.
Early and personal life
Reed was born in Iceland, the middle of three children of a music teacher father and a dental hygienist mother. She grew up in Breiðholt, Reykjavik, and attended Ölduselsskóli. Aged 18, she was recruited by an Icelandic modeling agency, and moved to Mumbai to work as a model in India for two years. When she was 19/20, she settled in London, where she studied drama at Drama Centre London, graduating in 2010.
Reed's first performance was in 2009 in an Edinburgh Fringe production of Camus's Cross Purpose. A reviewer for the Edinburgh Guide considered it "expertly acted and finely paced." In April 2015, Reed co-starred in the world premiere of a new play, Scarlet, by Sam H Freeman at Southwark Playhouse exploring slut-shaming and cyberbullying and their emotional repercussions.
The same year, Reed was part of the first season of the British historical TV drama Poldark, playing the part of Elizabeth, which was based on the novels of the same title.  She subsequently appeared in Seasons Two to Four of the series.
|2010||Dance Like Someone's Watching||Gabriella||Short film|
|2012||DCI Banks||Carmen||2 episodes|
|2013||Jo||Adèle Gauthier||Main role|
|2014||Silent Witness||Monica Dreyfus||2 episodes|
|2014||The Lava Field: Hraunið||Gréta||TV miniseries|
|2015–2019||Poldark||Elizabeth Chynoweth- Poldark (later Warleggan)||Main cast (Seasons 1-4) 35 episodes 
Season 5 (in flashbacks & hallucinations)
|2015||Toast of London||Pooky Hook||Episode: "Hamm on Toast"|
|2016||Death in Paradise||Eloise Ronson||Episode: "Posing in Murder"|
|2018||Stella Blómkvist||Stella Blómkvist||Main role (TV miniseries)|
|2018||''Nutritiously Nicola!''||Olivia Reedy||Episode: "Food instability"|
|2009||Cross Purpose||Albert Camus||Maria||Edinburgh Festival Fringe C Venues ||Find a Penny Theatre Company|
|2009||Macbeth||Shakespeare||The Doctor||Unknown||Shakespeare in Styria|
|2011||Top Girls||Caryl Churchill||Marlene understudy||Trafalgar Studios|||
|2015||Scarlet||Theatre Renegade||Scarlet||Southwark Playhouse||Role shared with Lucy Kilpatrick, Jade Ogugua and Asha Reid in unison|
|2018||Foxfinder||Dawn King||Judith Covey||Ambassadors Theatre|||
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- "Poldark's Heida Reed engaged to boyfriend Sam Ritzenberg". HELLO!. 2017-07-13. Retrieved 2019-05-13.
- "C Cubed Venue, Edinburgh Fringe Festival". EdinburghGuide.com.com. Retrieved 19 March 2015.
- "Poldark star Heida Reed joins cast of Foxfinder - Evening Express". Evening Express. 2018-08-02. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
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- "DCI Banks: Strange Affair". Soap Boards. Retrieved 20 March 2015.
- "Death in Paradise, episode 5:3 details". Retrieved 21 January 2016.
- Eades, Alex (8 August 2009). "Review of Cross Purpose". EdinburghGuide.com. Archived from the original on 1 January 2010. Retrieved 11 August 2019.
- "Scarlet at the Southwalk Playhouse". Kickstarter. Retrieved 21 March 2015.
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