Jaime Winstone’s very famous dad and her ex-boyfriend from Game of Thrones
Actress Jaime Winstone will be familiar to viewers of the BBC show Four Lives, which shows the families of Stephen Port's victims fight for justice.
Jaime plays Donna Taylor, sister of Jack Taylor, the fourth and final young man murdered by the Grindr Killer in Barking.
The show has an all star cast including Stephen Merchant and Sheridan Smith.
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Jaime, 36, who has been a familiar face in TV and film for two decades, grew up in Enfield in a family of actors.
Her father, Ray Winstone, is well known for his 'hard man' roles in films including Scum, Indiana Jones, and Quadrophenia.
Still acting today, he's described by The Independent as "the East End's answer to George Clooney" and one of the UK's "seminal screen hard nuts".
Jaime's older sister, Lois, is also an actress having had roles in both Holby City and The Bill, as well as appearing in two episodes in season four of Game of Thrones.
Jaime also sings backing vocals in Lois' band, and has appeared in some music videos, including the video for Madness' song Dust Devil alongside her then boyfriend and Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen.
Allen and Jaime got engaged in 2008, but then split in 2010. They reunited in 2013, only to split again the next year due to their work schedules keeping them apart.
Jaime later met DJ James Suckling in 2015 and the pair had a son, Raymond, in 2016 - named after her father.
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Growing up in Enfield and then Roydon, in Essex, Jaime attended local schools before doing a BTEC in performing arts at Harlow College in Essex.
Her first role was in Bullet Boy, a 2004 film about crime in Hackney, as Natalie.
She also appeared in Vincent (2006) alongside her father, before taking roles in Kidulthood and Anuvahood.
In 2010, she played Anneli Alderton in BBC's Five Daughters, one of the victims of the Suffolk Strangler.
Four Lives will focus on telling the stories of the families of Stephen Port's four victims: Jack Taylor, Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari and Daniel Whitworth.
You can watch Four Lives tonight at 9pm, or catch the full series on BBC iPlayer.
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