Keeley Hawes is an English-born actress who grew to fame for her roles in the TV shows such as the “Our Mutual Friend” (1998) and “Tipping the Velvet” (in 2002). Besides that, she has also appeared in the BBC tv series, “Spooks” (2002–2004) as the character of Zoe Reynolds.
Keeley Hawes’ Bio, Age
Keeley Hawes was born on the February 10, 1976, in Paddington, London city, England. Her full birth name is Clare Julia Hawes. Her nationality is British by birth, while her ethnic background is white ethnicity. Her astrological symbol is Aquarius. To this date, she has not provided anything considering her parents and siblings.
She has had a desire to become a model as well as an actress since her childhood times. When she was studying in the 6th grade, she got a massive opportunity as some Select Model Management signed her up.
Besides, the names of the institution and colleges she attended are not publicly available right now.
Keeley Hawes’ Height
‘She has a height of about 5 feet 8 inches and weighs 65 kg. She has a body measurement of about 38-26-38 inches. Her bra size is of 34D, her dress size is 4 (in the US), and her shoe size is about 6 (US). Furthermore, her hair color is brown, and she has a pair of green eyes.
At the opening of her career, Keeley Hawes arrived in TV shows including “Heartbeat,” “Troublemakers,” “Dennis Potter’s Karaoke,” and “The Beggar Bride.”
In 1998, she got a role in the TV show called “Our Mutual Friend.” The following year the lady became one of the casting segment of the TV program “Wives and Daughters.” In early 1999 she appeared in the comedy series The Blonde Bombshell. Moreover, she acted the character, Kitty Butler, in the fantasy TV series called “Tipping the Velvet” (2002).
Keeley eventually made her movie debut, playing Tamara’s character in the 1998 movie, “The Avengers.” Form 2002-2004, she represented the role of Zoe Reynolds in the spy comedy TV show named “Spooks.” The show featured characters like Peter Firth and Nicola Walker. Likewise, she acted in the BBC’s re-telling of the film “The Canterbury Tales” in the year 2003.
She has also performed Rosie’s role in the critically acclaimed sitcom named “The Vicar of Dibley.” Furthermore, she acted as Jane in the comedy film “Death at a Funeral,” published in 2007. In 2014, she landed the tv role of Lindsay Denton in the BBC Two network’s comedy series called “Line of Duty.” She operated alongside actors like Martin Compston and also Vicky McClure in that show.
Keeley Hawes’ Husband
Keeley Hawes is presently married to her husband, Matthew Macfadyen. They tied the knot in November of 2004. They together are endowed with two beautiful daughters.
Earlier, the actress was married to DJ Spencer McCallum. They got wedded in December 2001. They together welcomed a boy before eventually ending their relationship later in 2004.
Keeley Hawes’ Net Worth
Starting in 2021, Keeley Hawes has a total net worth of $2.5 million. Almost all of the top TV shows and movies in which she appeared remained very successful, and she earned a good paycheck.