Just prior to leaving Wadham College, Oxford, where she studied English Literature, Rosamund shot her first film role in A Rather English Marriage playing the part of Albert Finney’s niece, Celia. She then took her first role for the BBC in their lavish production of Wives And Daughters and then shot Love In A Cold Climate, an adaptation of the Nancy Mitford books.
Rosamund’s next incarnation was as Miranda Frost in Die Another Day. After Bond, Rosamund returned to theatre, as ‘The Blonde’ in Terry Johnson’s highly-acclaimed Hitchcock Blonde. The Independent called her ‘both stunningly beautiful and a haunting mix of the desperate and the determined as The Blonde’ and The Observer described Rosamund as ‘magnetically hard to take your eyes off’.
Rosamund took the lead role documentary-style thriller Promised Land Hotel and immediately started work on Laurence Dunmore’s The Libertine, alongside Johnny Depp.
|2004 Jury Member|