Georgia Mackenzie

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Georgia Mackenzie
Born (1973-05-19) 19 May 1973 (age 48)
  • Actress

Georgia Mackenzie (born 19 May 1973) is a British actress.

Mackenzie's notable screen credits include Sarah Beckenham in the BBC's BAFTA nominated series Outlaws, Jackie Haggar in ITV's Hot Money (since remade in Hollywood as Mad Money), and Sally opposite Kris Marshall in the rom-com Catwalk Dogs. She also played the role of Nurse Judy in the 2002 comedy series TLC.

On the big screen she has been seen as Teri in Franklyn (2008), as Paola Fonseca in Possession (2002), as Jane Graham opposite Timothy Hutton in The Kovak Box (2007) and more recently as TV chef Kathy King in Steel Trap (2009). Most recently, Georgia completed a well-received turn as LEA chief Jennifer Headley in BBC One's hit television drama, Waterloo Road.

She appeared in Midsomer Murders “Murder of Innocence” as Susie Bellingham (2012) and also in Vexed as Joanna Poynter. She also appeared in Casualty “Secrets and Lies”, “Mistakes Happen” (2013), “Bad Timing” (2014) as Carol Walcott. In 2020 she acted in Silent Witness “Hope: Part 1” as Ruth Cooper and also in Unforgotten as Dr. Leanne Balcombe (2018, 2021).

In 2019, Georgia narrated the documentary series Cop Car Workshop for the TV channel Dave.

Her father Colin Mackenzie, a journalist, is the man who famously tracked down Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs in Rio.[1] Her grandmother is writer and producer Hazel Adair, who created amongst others TV hits Compact and Crossroads.

Personal life[edit]

She met her husband, actor Richard Coyle, when they were filming Up Rising together in 1999. They married in 2004 and divorced in 2010.[2][3]


  1. ^ "James Whitaker's column: Watch and yearn" The Daily Mirror. 3 April 1999. Retrieved 20 June 2010.
  2. ^ "'How I learnt how to get big canine kisses'", by Gemma Quade, Belfast Telegraph, 16 October 2007. Retrieved 20 June 2010.
  3. ^ "Interview: Richard Coyle, actor", 24 May 2010, by Lee Randall, The Scotsman. Retrieved 20 June 2010.

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