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Andrea Lowe is a Actor British born on 1 january 1975

Andrea Lowe

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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 1 january 1975 (46 years)

Andrea Lowe (born 1 January 1975 in Arnold, Nottinghamshire) is an English actress.

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Mark Womack
Mark Womack
(1 films)
Ian Tapp
Ian Tapp
(1 films)
Ken Loach
Ken Loach
(1 films)
John Bishop
John Bishop
(1 films)
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Filmography of Andrea Lowe (2 films)

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When the Lights Went Out, 1h25
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about religion
Actors Kate Ashfield, Steven Waddington, Craig Parkinson, Martin Compston, Andrea Lowe, Gary Lewis
Roles Rita
Rating54% 2.704142.704142.704142.704142.70414
In the 1970s, Jenny and Len move into a new home in Yorkshire where their 13-year-old daughter Sally is haunted by the malevolent spirit of a young girl, and the demonic apparition of a monk. Sally's parents seek out the assistance of a paranormal specialist and a local priest, who performs an exorcism that eventually halts the hauntings.
Route Irish, 1h49
Directed by Ken Loach
Origin Belgique
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Mark Womack, Andrea Lowe, Stephen Lord, Najwa Nimri, John Bishop
Roles Rachel
Rating63% 3.1980453.1980453.1980453.1980453.198045
The film opens on a ferry in Liverpool, as Fergus Molloy (Mark Womack) remembers the final messages sent to him by his lifelong friend Frankie (John Bishop), whose funeral he is to attend. The night before, Molloy unseals his friend's coffin to see his friend's badly injured corpse. At the funeral, Haynes (Jack Fortune) a director of the private military company that Molloy and Frankie worked for, gives a eulogy praising Frankie and describing military contractors as the "unsung heroes of our time". Afterwards, Haynes and Walker (Geoff Bell) explain to Frankie's family the circumstances of his death, though Molloy remains embittered and closely questions the two men. Later at the wake, Molloy attacks Haynes when he sees him distributing his business card to enlisted soldiers there.