Miranda Hart is a Actor British born on 14 december 1972 at Torquay (United-kingdom)
Miranda Katherine Hart Dyke (born 14 December 1972), known professionally as Miranda Hart, is an English actress and comedian from the Hart Dyke family. Following drama training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, Hart began writing material for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and making small appearances in various British sitcoms including Hyperdrive and Not Going Out
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Hart reached a wider audience with her self-driven semi-autobiographical BBC sitcom Miranda, which is based on her earlier BBC Radio 2 radio series Miranda Hart's Joke Shop (2008). The television sitcom ran for three series and several Christmas specials from 2009 to 2015 and earned its star 3 Royal Television Society awards, 4 British Comedy Awards and 4 BAFTA nominations. In 2012, she began appearing in the BBC drama Call the Midwife as Camilla "Chummy" Fortescue-Cholmondeley-Browne. She made her Hollywood debut in Paul Feig's film Spy (2015) as Melissa McCarthy's sidekick Nancy B. Artingstall.
Hart has also written two books, Is It Just Me? (2012), a semi-autobiographical book, and The Best of Miranda (2014), a compilation of scripts from the TV series. She embarked on her first stand-up tour, My, What I Call, Live Show, which toured arenas in the UK and Ireland in 2014 and was later released on DVD.
Hart lives in Hammersmith, west London. In her early twenties, Hart had an unsuccessful trial at Queens Park Rangers Ladies. She revealed this during Would I Lie to You.
She did a special guest exclusive on the BBC Red Button. Her first guest was her good friend Clare Balding who was her head girl back at school, being a few years older than she.
On The Graham Norton Show, in 2011, Hart mentioned she suffers from asthma.
She is the first cousin of the journalist and author Edward Luce.