Rhea Norwood (Imogen Heaney): Who played Imogen Heaney in Heartstopper?

Rhea Norwood

Rhea Norwood is an actor and photographer from England.

Rhea Norwood was born in Kingston-upon-Thames, Greater London, on June 3, 2001.

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Rhea Norwood is a third-year student at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, having attended Hinchley Wood School.

Rhea Norwood rose to prominence after portraying Imogen Heaney in the Netflix adaption of Heartstopper, which debuted on April 22, 2022.

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Heartstopper is a Netflix-produced British coming-of-age romance streaming television series based on Alice Oseman’s webcomic and graphic novel of the same name.

Rhea Norwood (Imogen Heaney): Who played Imogen Heaney in Heartstopper?

Rhea Norwood plays Imogen Heaney, a Higgs student who has a crush on Nick (Kit Connor, who plays Nicholas “Nick” Nelson, a year 11 rugby player who sits next to Charlie in class).

Charles “Charlie” Spring, played by Joe Locke, is a year 10 student at Truham Grammar School for Boys who has recently been outed.

Rhea Norwood’s name is pronounced Ree-uh (not Ray-uh), and she has previously stated that she suffers from dyslexia.

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