THE BANK JOB
SAFFRON BURROWS (Martine Love) started her career on the catwalk, modeling for Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Vivienne Westwood, after being discovered at 15 by the same scout who found Naomi Campbell. She left the runway behind two years later, for her screen debut in the Oscar-nominated IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER. Since then, she has been in more than forty film and TV productions, as well as several notable stage productions, such as the Neil La Bute-directed "Some Girl(s)" in the West End, opposite David Schwimmer. Her film credits include THE LOSS OF SEXUAL INNOCENCE, MISS JULIE, TIMECODE and HOTEL with director Mike Figgis, GANGSTER NO. 1, opposite David Thewlis and Paul Bettany, ENIGMA with Kate Winslet and Dougray Scott and two films portraying the lives of artists - the acclaimed FRIDA with Salma Hayek and, more recently, KLIMT with John Malkovich. She voiced the narration for the Universal Studios picture PETER PAN in 2003, before being cast as Andromache in TROY, alongside a host of stars including Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, Julie Christie and Peter O'Toole. Her most recent films are REIGN OVER ME, with Adam Sandler, THE GUITAR and Peter Howitt's DANGEROUS PARKING.
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