Victoria Shalet

Victoria Shalet
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Victoria Shalet Biography

Victoria Shalet (born 9 December 1981) is an English actress most famous for her role as Harmony in the award-winning CBBC adaptation of the Dick King-Smith book The Queen's Nose.


Whilst still at school Victoria started her acting career at the age of six playing Rosie in the BBC screenplay Testimony of a Child based on the Cleveland affair. Next she played the daughter of Miranda Richardson and Michael Kitchen, 'Anna', in Andrew Davies' Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage. She then continued to work consistently throughout her school life within television, film, theatre and radio including Goggle Eyes alongside Honeysuckle Weeks and in the first three series of The Queen's Nose as main character Harmony.

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