Perdita Weeks Biography
Perdita Weeks Husband
Weeks is happily married to her loving husband, Kit Frederiksen who is an actor. Moreover, the two wedded on October 4, 2012, after dating for a long-time. Perdita and her husband, Kit Frederiksen are the proud parents of twin boys, Rupert Sebastian Frederiksen, and Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen (born on April 30, 2013).
Weeks lives in England when not filming.
Perdita Weeks Education
After matriculating from High School, Perdita was educated at Roedean School in East Sussex and studied art history at the Courtauld Institute in London.
Perdita Weeks Parents
Weeks was born in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales, the United Kingdom by her parents. She is the daughter of Robin Weeks (father) and her wife, Susan Weeks. Additionally, Perdita is the older sister of Rollo Weeks and the younger sister of Honeysuckle Weeks, both actors.
Perdita Weeks Wikipedia/Career
Weeks played Juliet Higgins in the CBS reboot of Magnum P.I., filming in Hawaii. She also presented Mary Boleyn in (2007–08) in the Showtime historical drama The Tudors. In addition, she appeared as Lydia Bennet in 2008 in the ITV series Lost in Austen. She also performed a murdering teen in the “Death and Dreams” episode of Midsomer Murders in 2003.
Weeks operated in 2002 on productions including Stig of the Dump, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (2004), and Miss Potter (2006) and performed the role of Kitten in the episode “Counter Culture Blues” of Lewis in 2009. She appeared in the radio comedy Bleak Expectations, and in 2011 Weeks emerged in the TV miniseries The Promise.
Weeks co-starred in Catherine Cookson’s The Rag Nymph (1997), and with her sister Honeysuckle in Goggle Eyes (1993), a): in the latter production, she performed the younger version of her sister’s character. She also performed in the 2010 horror film Prowl and found footage horror film As Above, So Below in 2014.
Weeks cultivated her acting skills by being exposed to film sets at a young age. Moreover, she is at present represented by ‘Troika’ in the UK and ‘UTA’ in the US.