Abigail Rhiannedd Hopkins (born 20 August 1968) is an English singer-songwriter, actress and theatre director. She was born in Putney, London and is the daughter of the actor Anthony Hopkins and his former wife, Petronella Barker.
She had small roles in such films as Shadowlands, The Remains of the Day and Selected Exits (under the pseudonym Abigail Harrison), as well as appearing in various roles in the theatre. In 2000 she appeared in the David Starkey series Elizabeth as Catherine Parr.
She released her debut album, Smile Road (2003), the follow-up album Blue Satin Alley (2005), "The Lighthouse Keeper" (EP, 2007) and her latest album, The Memoirs of An Outlaw (2008).
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