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N.N. Reed
LucilleSharp
Residence New York City, New York, USA
Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Physical information
Gender Female
Hair colour Brown
Eye colour Blue
Affiliation
Occupation Lady's Maid
Loyalty Martha Levinson
Alfred Nugent
Behind the scenes
Portrayed by Lucille Sharp

Miss Reed is Martha Levinson's American lady's maid who travels with her from New York to Downton Abbey in 1920.

BiographyEdit

1920Edit

Miss Reed is attracted to Alfred and kisses him. She witnesses Sarah O'Brien take Robert Crawley's shirts and tells Alfred where they are so he can return them to make Thomas Barrow look foolish after Thomas tricked Alfred into ruining Matthew Crawley's dinner jacket.

1923Edit

When Mrs Levinson returns with her son, Harold, for Rose's debutante, Miss Reed has left her service and Mrs Levinson is without a maid.

According to Ethan Slade, she handed in her notice after "having her head bit off one time too many".

QuotesEdit

  • "I think he likes me!" - to Daisy about Alfred.
  • "I'm an American, Alfred. And this is 1920. Time to live a little." - to Alfred Nugent
  • "To start with, I will need goat's milk in the mornings." - to Mrs Patmore about Mrs Levinson's requirements.
  • "Mrs Levinson knows that you make fun of her, you know. But she makes fun of you." - to the other servants at Downton.

Appearances Edit

Appearances and Mentions
   
Series 3 Episode 1
Appears
Episode 2
Appears
Episode 3 Episode 4 Episode 5 Episode 6 Episode 7 Episode 8 Christmas Special
   
Series 4 Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 Episode 5 Episode 6 Episode 7 Episode 8 Christmas Special
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Behind the scenesEdit

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