Reviews

"Daphne Alexander provides great support as her war photographer with a knack of causing fireworks with the people around her" http://web.archive.org/web/20150626140729/http://sosogay.co.uk/2013/review-hidden-sand-trafalgar-studios/ "energetic, impulsive Daphne Alexander" http://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/reviews/10-2013/hidden-in-the-sand_32188.html "the adventurous photographer Sophia, played with gusto by Daphne Alexander" http://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/review.php/38995/ "Daphne Alexander and Sally Dexter's relationship of Aunty and Niece was wonderful; the charisma...

Just Celebrity caught up with beautiful actress Daphne Alexander, to talk to her about her role as the 'female James Bond' Modesty Blaise, for a BBC Radio play....

A radio adaptation of Peter O’Donnell’s Modesty Blaise story A Taste for Death airs on BBC Radio 4 this week....

I am not one to watch action films. Scenes of violence, chase scenes, even scenes of psychological tension, send me flying to the corner of the room (if we’re lucky enough to be watching at home–into the Ladies Lounge if we are in a multiplex)...

As the female lead, Daphne Alexander does a good job in her portrayal of Stella. She is given the tough task of conveying numerous emotions with very little dialogue. There is a silent moment between her and Afsin near the end of the film that...

Daphne Alexander stars as Stella in ‘The Palace’, this wonderful film is being considered for a possible Academy Award nomination for 2012. We were able to catch her for a moment to find out how she identified with the character in this emotional role and...

http://anutshellreview.blogspot.com/2011/12/short-palace-2011.html Written, directed and produced by Anthony Maras, The Palace is a short film inspired by true events, set against the backdrop of Cyprus in 1974 with the Turkish invasion, and a family's desperate flight for survival, taking refuge in an abandoned Ottoman empire era palace....