Valene Kane

TV Actress

Valene Kane was born in Newry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom on January 30th, 1987 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 37, Valene Kane biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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January 30, 1987
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Newry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
37 years old
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Valene Kane Life

Valene Kane is a Northern Irish actress.

She is best known for her role as Lyra Erso in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, as Rose Stagg, Paul Spector's ex-girlfriend, and her role as Lyra Erso in The Fall on BBC Two and her role as Lyra Erso.

She is also known for her appearance in the BBC drama Thirteen.

"The former star of The Fall's scenes [...] is one of the show's most intriguing, simmering with sexual tension, and professional hysteria," she explains. "Kane was named Best Supporting Performer" by the BBC Audio Drama Awards for her role in the Stroma Sessions.

At the 68th Berlin International Film Festival, Profile, in which she played a struggling undercover journalist who links with a Jihadi through Facebook, received the Panorama Audience Award.

Early life

Kane was born and raised in Newry, County Down. She is the niece and daughter of former footballer and coach Val Kane. She appeared in the National Youth Theatre from the age of 15, most notably in their production of 20 Cigarettes. She left Northern Ireland for London at the age of 18 and studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.


Valene Kane Career


Kane was featured in The Fading Light by filmmaker Ivan Kavanagh after he discovered her in a short film released on YouTube in July. She was chosen partly for her success with improvisation in the short film. Rose Stagg appeared in the BBC's television series The Fall and Dara in the comedic Irish thriller Jump in 2013. Kane appeared in Miss Julie in Strindberg's Miss Julie at the recently founded Reading Rep.

Still Early, a short film that premiered at the Galway Film Festival, is another film project by the Galway Film Festival. Kane's appearance on the BBC in 2016 included leading in BBC Three's drama Thirteen, the third series of The Fall, and an episode of Murder. In the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, she appeared Lyra Erso, the protagonist's mother.

Kane appears on stage as Nance in the Finborough Theatre's production of Autumn Fire, The Love in Punchdrunk's production The Black Diamond, which sold out "in a few minutes" and Lady Lydia Languish in The Rivals. "Kane gives Girleen a schoolgirl reality, her confident swagger, and a challenge to cover the only authentic emotions for anyone else in Martin McDonagh's The Lonesome West," one reviewer said.

The Demon Brother and Stroma Sessions were among Kane's BBC drama appearances, for which she was named Best Supporting Performer.

In Timur Bekmambetov's 2018 thriller film Profile, Valene Kane played journalist Amy Whittaker who investigates the recruitment of young European women by ISIS. The film takes place entirely on computer monitors. It premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it received the Panorama Audience Award for the 68th time.

Kane appeared in Anne Sewitsky's Sonja: The White Swan, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival and in BBC TV Movie Counsel, in which she played "an alpha female barrister [who] complicates her professional and personal life when she takes on a young client."

Kane could also be heard on the Monobox Speech Share podcast from Marina Carr's "Portia Coughlan."