Charlotte Ritchie is currently playing alongside Mae Martin in Netflix’s Feel Good after her role in Call The Midwife – but did you know she had a small role in Harry Potter?
The Clapham-born actress, 31, was an extra in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The main character, Harry Potter, lived in the fictional town of Little Whinging at 4 Privet Drive in Surrey.
Not much is known about Charlotte’s character in Harry Potter, as she only played a minor role.
READ MORE: 36 Free Things to Do and See around Surrey
In the scene however, she wears Slytherin robes – suggesting that her character belonged to the same household as Epsom-born Tom Felton’s character Draco Malfoy.
The character of Charlotte is shown in the Defense Against the Dark Arts scene where Harry, Ron and Hermione discover the unforgivable curses. The film was released in 2005 and it was the first time that Charlotte appeared in a feature film.
Since then, Charlotte has continued to star in Call The Midwife as Nurse Barbara Gilbert, a lead role in seasons three through seven. Her character was tragically killed after Charlotte decided to explore more opportunities for her. actor.
By subscribing to the SurreyLive newsletter, you will receive our daily news email.
Nothing could be simpler and it only takes a few seconds – just tap here, enter your email address and follow the instructions.
You can also enter your address at the top of this page in the box below the image on most desktop and mobile platforms.
Have you changed your mind? There is an “unsubscribe” button at the bottom of every newsletter we send out.
Currently, she is playing another lead role in Netflix’s Feel Good, a semi-autobiographical romantic comedy alongside co-creator Mae Martin.
Charlotte stars as Mae’s girlfriend, and the series also stars Friends actress Lisa Kudrow.
Charlotte also starred in the 2019 Doctor Who New Years episode titled “Resolution”, alongside Jodie Whittaker. Other credits include roles in Channel 4’s Fresh Meat with Jack Whitehall, Doctors, and Death in Paradise.