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Margo Stilley is a Actor American born on 20 november 1982 at Bear Creek (USA)

Margo Stilley

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Nationality USA
Birth 20 november 1982 (37 years) at Bear Creek (USA)

Margo Stilley (born November 20, 1982) is an American actress and former model.


Stilley lives in Mayfair, London. In 2010, the Daily Mail reported that she had become engaged to Irishman Bruce Cummings, who works in finance. They met at a house party in Henley-on-Thames.

Stilley is a supporter of the Democratic Party but has claimed she has also been drawn to Communism after visiting China and North Korea where, according to Stilley, "everyone's safe" and looked after.

Stilley supports fox hunting and opposes the Hunting Act 2004 which was introduced by Tony Blair's Labour government.

Stilley was raised in a strict Baptist household in America's Bible Belt. As of 2008, she was in the process of converting to Judaism "because of its strong sense of family and of history".

9 Songs (2004) .... Lisa
Mayo (1 episode, 2006) .... Roma Sheraton
Reverb (2007) .... Nicky
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) .... Ingrid
Marple: Murder Is Easy (2009) (TV) .... Bridget Conway
Goal! 3 (2009) .... Tamsin
Hippie Hippie Shake (2009) .... Cynthia Plaster-Caster
14 Days with Victor (2010) ... Anna
The Trip (2010) ... Mischa
The Trip (2011) ... Mischa (Film edit of the TV Series above)

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Filmography of Margo Stilley (6 films)

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The Trip
The Trip (2011)
, 1h47
Directed by Michael Winterbottom
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Transport films, Road movies
Actors Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, Margo Stilley, Claire Keelan, Kerry Shale, Ben Stiller
Roles Mischa
Rating79% 3.983153.983153.983153.983153.98315
In an attempt to impress his American girlfriend, Mischa, actor Steve Coogan accepts a commission from the Sunday newspaper, The Observer, to undertake a tour of leading restaurants in the north of England for a column in their monthly food magazine. However, when Mischa, who was expected to accompany Coogan on the tour, insists that they take a break from their relationship and returns to America, Coogan is obliged to search for another companion. After finding that other friends are "busy", he decides with feelings of some ambivalence to invite his former colleague, Rob Brydon, with whom he shares an uneasily competitive relationship. In the course of the trip, they eat a series of gourmet meals and visit sites linked to the Romantic poets Coleridge and Wordsworth, Coogan has casual sex with a couple of women working at their hotels, and the two men indulge in various forms of one-upmanship, including exchanging impersonations of famous actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Sean Connery, Woody Allen and most notably Michael Caine. At the end of the trip, Brydon returns to a nondescript suburban home and his evidently loving wife and child, while Coogan comes back to a glamorous but lonely riverside apartment: the closing shots show him staring broodingly out of the window. In the end he calls back his agent to reject a deal for the lead role in a US drama to remain close with his family.
Goal! III: Taking On The World
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors JJ Feild, Kuno Becker, Anna Friel, Kasia Smutniak, Nick Moran, Tamer Hassan
Roles Tamzin Adams
Rating32% 1.604441.604441.604441.604441.60444
In the third installment of the football drama trilogy Goal!, Kuno Becker returns as Mexican footballer Santiago Muñez, who, along with his best friends and England national team players Charlie Braithwaite (Leo Gregory) and Liam Adams (JJ Feild), are selected for their respective national teams at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Finals in Germany
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, 1h50
Directed by Robert B. Weide
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Simon Pegg, Kirsten Dunst, Janette Scott, Megan Fox, Danny Huston, Gillian Anderson
Roles Ingrid
Rating63% 3.198913.198913.198913.198913.19891
Sidney Young (Simon Pegg) is a smalltime, aspiring English journalist who works for a left-wing radical magazine. Following an incident at a party where Sidney accidentally lets a pig loose, he is hired to work for an upscale magazine in New York City. He is hired by Clayton Harding (Jeff Bridges), editor of Sharps magazine, a man Sidney had previously lampooned in his own magazine.
9 Songs
9 Songs (2004)
, 1h9
Directed by Michael Winterbottom
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Musical, Romance, Pornographic
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about sexuality, Bisexuality-related films, Erotic films, LGBT-related films, Musical films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Kieran O'Brien, Margo Stilley, Michael Nyman
Roles Lisa
Rating48% 2.4016752.4016752.4016752.4016752.401675
The film tells the modern love story set over a period of 12 months in London, England, of a young couple: Matt, a British climatologist, and Lisa, an American exchange student. The story is framed in a personal review from Matt's perspective when he is working in Antarctica. Their main common interest is a passion for live music and they frequently attend rock concerts together. The film depicts the couple, or Matt alone, watching nine songs at Brixton Academy and other concert venues. It also shows their weekend getaway into the countryside, and their travels around London. Lisa brings their short and intense relationship to an end at Christmas time when she returns to the United States.
Witch Hunt
Witch Hunt (1994)

Directed by Paul Schrader, Beeban Kidron
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Horror, Crime
Actors Dennis Hopper, Cillian Murphy, Penelope Ann Miller, Sienna Miller, Eric Bogosian, Chris O'Dowd
Roles Cynthia Plaster Caster

À la fin des années 1960 à Londres, l'histoire d'amour entre Louise Ferrier (Miller) et Richard Neville (Murphy), le rédacteur en chef d' Oz, jusqu'au procès pour obscénité contre le magazine...