"Married Single Other" is a romantic comedy drama series featuring three very different couples who are all connected to each other in some way. Each of the couples are at different stages in their relationships.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-02-22

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Miranda Caroline Raison (born 18 November 1977) is an English screen and stage actress.

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In July 2014 she was announced as a new cast member of Spotless, a (10 × 1 hour episode) drama produced by Canal+. Despite speaking French fluently, the producers decided not to use her for the French voiceover because she spoke “with a slight accent.” On 15 April 2015 it was announced that a second series of Spotless was in development. She appeared in a lead role in the acclaimed short-film “Yussef Is Complicated” in 2015. In July 2016 Spotless was launched on Netflix as a 'Netflix Original' series. Also in 2016 she appeared in the ITV drama Dark Heart (also known as Wagstaffe) as “Sylvie,” the on-again, off-again love interest of the lead character. Raison appeared in four 2017 films, Breathe, Murder on the Orient Express, My Daughter is Missing (the opening film of the 2017 Dances With Films festival), and Widow's Walk.

In 1999, she starred in her first TV film, Suzy Q by Martin Koolhoven, playing the role of “Marianne Faithfull”. In 2003, she was featured in the TV comedy film The Private Life of Samuel Pepys as Deb Wilet. In 2005, she landed a role in Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, which she described as that it “may as well have been the most brutal Lars von Trier film. Another actress and I actually spent a whole night just crying.” She called the experience “regrettable from start to finish” and a “hideous, hideous moment and a great lapse of judgement on my part.” Raison's breakthrough role was as Jo Portman (2005–2009) in the BBC One television drama series Spooks (also broadcast under the title MI-5). She requested that the production company let her go in 2009 as she felt that her character could not develop further and wanted to follow up on theatre opportunities. In the same year as she joined Spooks, she appeared alongside Scarlett Johansson in Woody Allen's film Match Point and in Land of the Blind playing the daughter of Ralph Fiennes's character. In April 2007 she appeared in the Doctor Who episodes “Daleks in Manhattan” and “Evolution of the Daleks” as Tallulah, a show girl whose opening scene involved singing to a musical number for which her father played the piano background as part of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. In 2008, she had the role of “Mlle. Blanche” in Agatha Christie's Poirot for the adaptation of Cat Among the Pigeons; in it, she spoke English with a French accent. In 2008 and 2009, she appeared in short films produced by Exit Strategy Films. In 2009, she was featured in the show Plus One opposite Duncan James. She was originally featured in the Comedy Showcase pilot in 2007, where she wore a fat suit. The show also featured Rory Kinnear and Nigel Harman. She was also involved in the film Heaven and Earth, the biopic of Dr. James Miranda Barry, playing the role of Helena Langrish Smith. However, the project was pulled after filming had started in South Africa. In 2010 after leaving Spooks, she played a model called Abbey in the ITV1 comedy-drama Married Single Other. In 2011 she returned to BBC1 in Sugartown, a guest role Death in Paradise, and portrayed the warrior Isolde in the fourth series of Merlin in two episodes. She had a small role in My Week with Marilyn, where she played the assistant to Laurence Olivier (Kenneth Branagh). She expressed pleasure in being able to work with great British talent and her fascination with Marilyn Monroe. In 2012 she played DI Georgina Dixon alongside Toby Stephens in the second series of Vexed screened on BBC2. She also had a guest spot on the first episode of Dirk Gently and an episode of Sinbad. In 2013 she played 'Harriet Hammond' in the third series of the BBC legal drama Silk; her character was a practice manager that shook up the firm and a potential love interest for her former Spooks (TV series) co-star Rupert Penry-Jones' character. Also in 2013, she played the role of Dr. Stella Drew in Lewis in the two-part episode “Intelligent Design”. In 2014, she had a small role in I Am Soldier, playing “Stella”, the lead interrogator in the “Tactical Questioning” portion of the lead character's training. She also appeared in six episodes of 24: Live Another Day alongside Stephen Fry.

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