Morfydd
Clark

Clark is, in all honestly, one of the best discoveries of this year’s festival so far. She is incredible here, showing off both a ferocity of belief and a weakness that makes her an absolutely compelling, pitiful and frightening character. 

Nick Johnston at Vanyaland
on Saint Maud

A hugely amusing Morfydd Clark as the air-headed objectof his affection

The Guardian
on The Personal History of David Copperfield

Morfydd Clark is particularly moving as Joe, a 60 something husband and father with terminal prostate cancer. She makes his few words speak volumes.

Tom Wicker
Time Out on The Colours

Morfydd Clark is captivating

Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out on Love and Friendship

Morfydd Clark is scorching as Cordelia

Baz Bamigboye
on King Lear

CV

Film

Maud 
Producer Oliver Kassman, Andrea Cornwell
Director Rose Glass
Protagonist Pictures
Escape Plan Productions, Film 4, BFI
Beth Keller 
Director Alexandre Aja
Paramount
Young Jane 
Director Craig Roberts
Sony Pictures Worldwide
Dora Spenlow 
Producer Kevin Loader
Director Armando Iannucci
Lionsgate
Kate Dickens 
Director Bharat Nalluri
Garlands Films DAC
Zuzana Luptáková 
Director John Stephenson
Stillking Films
Frederica 
Director Whit Stillman
Writer Whit Stillman
Westerly Films/ Blinder Films
Georgiana 
Director Burr Steers
Cross Creek Pictures
Shelly 
Director Charles Barker
Altitude Films
Miss Charron 
Director Carol Morley
Malady Films Ltd
Camille 
Director Sophie Barthes
MEB Productions Ltd
Eva 
Director Claire Fowler
Parkville Pictures

Television

Director Jonny Campbell
Hartswood Films
Sister Clara 
Director Tom Hooper
Bad Wolf for BBC, HBO
Debbie 
Producer Stephen Smallwood, Rachael Horovitz, Michael Jackson,
Director Edward Berger
Showtime/Sky Atlantic
Yolanda 
Director Tom Shankland
Mammoth Screen for BBC 2
Caroline Bell 
Director Jakob Verbruggen
Paramount Television
Mary 
Director Stuart Orme
ITV 1
Nancy Wickwire 
Director Aisling Walsh
Modern Television
Amelia 
Producer Johann Knobel
Director Charles Martin
Company Pictures for BBC

Theatre

Director Max Barton
The Soho Theatre
Anya 
Director Rachel O'Riordan
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
Cordelia 
Director Deborah Warner
The Old Vic
Cecile 
Director Josie Rourke
Donmar Warehouse
Juliet 
Director Jonathan Humphreys
Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Jen 
Director Hamish Pirie
Writer Gary Owen
Royal Court
Blodeuwedd  
Director Arwel Gruffydd
Writer Saunders Lewis
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru
Lisa 
Director Tim Baker
National Youth Theatre Wales