Georgia Moffett is a British actress best known for her portrayal of "Jenny" in the BBC Doctor Who episode The Doctor's Daughter.
Georgia was last on TV in a repeat of Marple: Why Didn't They Ask Evans? on ITV3 in January 2014.
Set for release in September 2014 - and now available for pre-order - Georgia performs the part of Elizabeth, in a new four-disc special audiobook from audio meastros Big Finish.
The audio special stars Arthur Darvill as Victor Frankenstein and Nicholas Briggs as the monster. Georgia plays Elizabeth, Victor's betrothed.
As part of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, Fifth Doctor Peter Davison has made: The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.
Both written and directed by Peter, this 31m spoof homage to Doctor Who has a host of cameo roles....and is also produced by Georgia.
Peter Davison's 50th Doctor Who Anniversary spoof The Five(ish) Doctors has been nominated for a Hugo Award in 2014.
Nominated in the Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form category, the 30m short film has been nominated from a shortlist of hundreds.
Georgia played Jenny - The Doctor's Daughter - in this episode of Doctor Who Series 4. The episode originally premièred on UK Channel BBCOne in May 2008.
Georgia played Heather Whitefield, one of eight new Junior Doctors (F2's) to arrive at BBCOne's Casualty in September 2009.
Georgia played beautiful Socialite Lady Frances (Frankie) Derwent in the ITV Production of an Agatha Christie Miss Marple story called Why Didn't They Ask Evans.
Georgia appeared as Emma Keeley in BBCThree's White Van Man - co-starring with actors Will Mellor and Joel Fry.
Georgia guest-starred in an episode of the BBC fantasy drama Merlin in November 2009. Georgia played Lady Vivian, daughter of King Olaf. The episode was Episode 10 of Series 2 and was entitled Sweet Dreams.