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  1. 2000–present. Awards. Nominated: Best Supporting Actress. 2002 The Boston Marriage. Lyndsey Marshal (born 16 June 1978) is an English actress best known for her performance in The Hours, and as the recurring character Cleopatra on HBO's Rome, and as Lady Sarah Hill in BBC period drama Garrow's Law .

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  3. Lyndsey Marshal - Wikipedia

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    2000–present. Awards. Nominated: Best Supporting Actress. 2002 The Boston Marriage. Lyndsey Marshal (born 16 June 1978) is an English actress best known for her performance in The Hours, and as the recurring character Cleopatra on HBO's Rome, and as Lady Sarah Hill in BBC period drama Garrow's Law .

  4. Rome (TV Series 2005–2007) - Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra - IMDb.

  5. Cleopatra played by Lyndsey Marshal on Rome | HBO

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    Cleopatra. Played by Lyndsey Marshal. The powerful Queen of Egypt solidified her grip on the throne by consummating her liaison with Caesar during his stay in Egypt, shortly after a passionate night with Pullo. She gave birth to a son, Caesarion, and claims Caesar is the father. Accustomed to power (she co-ruled Egypt with her younger brother, Ptolemy) and determined to maintain it, the strong-willed monarch trusts no one and refuses to stay subordinate to any man.

  6. BBC - Manchester - History - The real Cleopatra

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    Mar 19, 2008 · Cleopatra (Lyndsey Marshal) and asp in Rome "It would be very difficult to kill yourself and two other people with a snake. The logistics mean you’d probably need three snakes and, of course, you...

  7. Cleopatra | HBO Rome Wiki | Fandom

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    Opium-addicted Cleopatra is introduced in the episode Caesarion, having been thrown into exile by her brother (and husband) Ptolemy XIII. Tracked down by Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo by the order of Caesar, her life is saved when Pullo intervenes in her execution, as ordered by her brother. That night, she begins the slow journey back to Alexandria in an effort to gain Caesar's protection. During the journey, Cleopatra decides to secure a pregnancy and first attempts to seduce Vorenus, who turns her down in favor of being faithful to his wife. Cleopatra then uses Pullo, a task he most definitely relishes in. After being brought to Caesar and securing an alliance, the two become lovers. Several months later, Caesar and Cleopatra present thier son, Caesarion, but it is heavily implied that Pullo is instead his father.

    In Son of Hades, Cleopatra came to Rome after Caesar's death, and Mark Antony dismissed her request for public acknowledgement of Caesar's son Caesarion with derision, but was very physically attracted to her. Leaving Antony's office, Cleopatra came face to face with Pullo, and they shared an awkward look. Though Antony had assured his paramour, Atia of the Julii, that Caesar's former mistress was unappealing, a jealous Atia was nevertheless threatened by the presence of the Egyptian Queen. Later, at a party for the Egyptians, Atia was unimpressed with Cleopatra, but did recognize that she had an incredible appeal, for she stared at her in fear for the better part of the dinner. Atia felt that the queen was beneath her, but still regarded her as a threat, hence: as Cleopatra was leaving, Atia whispered in her ear, "Die screaming you pigspawn trollop." Cleopatra reappeared in A Necessary Fiction, when Antony was forced by Octavian to relocate to Egypt, leaving Atia and new wife Octav...

    Plutarch and many other ancient historians stated that Cleopatra died by the bite of an asp. In antiquity, an asp was a rather generic term for any number of venomous snakes. It's likely that the a...

  8. Lyndsey Marshal - IMDb

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    Lyndsey Marshal, Actress: Rome. Lyndsey Marshal was born on June 16, 1978 in Manchester, England. She is an actress, known for Rome (2005), Trespass Against Us (2016) and The Hours (2002).

  9. Gal Gadot cast as Cleopatra; faces backlash | The Daily Star

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    Cleopatra was the last ruler of Egypt from the Ptolemaic dynasty. She is the daughter of Ptolemy and ancestor of the leader of Alexander the Great's army. Despite her ties to Egypt, scholars have...

  10. What Did Cleopatra Really Look Like? - Tales of Times Forgotten

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    Jan 08, 2020 · Also like the Cleopatra of history, she is very small, with Lyndsey Marshal standing at just five feet, half an inch tall. The show’s version of Mark Antony at one point refers to Cleopatra derisively as a “skinny little thing who talks too much.”

  11. Lyndsey Marshal- Rome - Cafe Society - Straight Dope Message ...

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    Oct 17, 2005 · Lyndsey Marshal- Rome. DrDeth October 17, 2005, 2:08am #1. The girl who just played Cleopatra in tonites new Rome epi- any decent Bio’s out there? I can get a list of a few films, etc from IMDB, but nothing like where & when she was born, etc. Baker October 17, 2005, 2:21am #2. Lots of info and links here: ThoughtCo.

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