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Carrie Hope Fletcher


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in London, The United Kingdom
October 22, 1992

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Carrie Hope Fletcher is an English actress, author and singer-songwriter.

She played Eponine in the West End production of Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre until February 13th 2016. She is the first actress to have played both young Eponine and older Eponine. In 2019, she returned to Les Miserables as Fantine.

Fletcher played Truly Scrumptious in the UK touring production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Wednesday Addams in the UK touring production of The Addams Family. She then starred as Veronica Sawyer in the UK production of Heathers: The Musical.

Her debut book, All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully was published in May 2015. Her first fiction novel, On the Other Side was published in July 2016
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Be Gentle

Taking a slight break from the "Agony Aunt" style this week just to check in not only with you all (hope you're all well and enjoying the slight brightening of the weather!) but also with myself. Something I keep having to do every few days during this lockdown. 
Everyone I've spoken to has found this lockdown in particular the hardest. During the first lockdown I felt a sense of purpose. We had to Read more of this blog post »
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On the Other Side

3.67 avg rating — 8,276 ratings — published 2016 — 17 editions
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All I Know Now: Wonderings ...

4.03 avg rating — 6,908 ratings — published 2015 — 11 editions
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All That She Can See

3.47 avg rating — 5,399 ratings — published 2017 — 9 editions
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When the Curtain Falls

3.70 avg rating — 3,074 ratings — published 2018 — 6 editions
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In the Time We Lost

3.35 avg rating — 2,012 ratings — published 2019 — 5 editions
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With This Kiss

3.66 avg rating — 1,705 ratings — published 2022 — 8 editions
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Winters' Snow

3.88 avg rating — 1,580 ratings — published 2016 — 7 editions
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Into the Spotlight

4.16 avg rating — 393 ratings — published 2020 — 6 editions
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The Double Trouble Society

4.08 avg rating — 165 ratings5 editions
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The Double Trouble Society 2

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“Happiness is always there. You just have to choose to see it. There's no point dwelling in the dark and ignoring the light of the stars.”
Carrie Hope Fletcher

“Don't ditch your childhood dreams just because you dreamt them up as a child.”
Carrie Hope Fletcher

“One of the things that strikes me most though is how some people don't realise they're self-harming. The phrase 'self-harm' brings up thoughts of 'cutting', but that's only a small portion of it. When you drink excessively to drown your sorrows to the point you throw up and can't see straight and/or, like a girl at my school, ended up being driven to hospital to have her stomach pumped, you've brought harm to yourself. If you take drugs to feel numb and it becomes an addiction that you can't break, you've self-harmed. When you starve yourself or binge eat to fit the latest fashions, you're pushing your body further than it can go.
We need to start treating ourselves how we deserve to be treated, even if you feel that no one else does. Prove to the world you ARE worth something by treating yourself with the utmost respect and hope that other people will follow your example. And even if they don't, at least one person in the world is treating you well: YOU.”
Carrie Hope Fletcher, All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully



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