As an actor I have worked in every media from television, to theatre, to radio, to films, and have been lucky enough to play some fabulous parts.
If you want to see some clips from my work please visit my Spotlight Page, (click on Spotlight logo below),
Recent short film: AFTER HOURS– starring Gary Shail, Brian Murphy, David Barry, and myself:
Television, Film & Radio Credits:
Kellogs Cornflakes– playing a cafe waitress
Doctors– playing a middle-aged lady who is after all the young doctors.
Titty Titty Bang Bang directed by Bob Mortimer playing different characters in different sketches
Holby City playing Polly Hunter, a cockney publican.
Doctors, playing, Honey, a reflexologist who runs a massage parlour.
Various different characters: in different episodes of: The Bill, London’s Burning, Crime Watch, Crime Monthly.
The Story of LYNDA CALVEY,(Playing Lynda Calvey) a murderess.
‘Harry and Cosh,’ for Channel Five, four series, playing the mother of two teenage boys. (Bafta Nominated).
Framed, A three-part series written by Lynda La Plante, playing a crook’s wife, a very good supporting role.
The Knock: LWT drama series, (regualr in series 1).playing a victim of domestic violence.
Good leading roles in Bergerac
Leading role in the first episode of THE MINDER
A guest role in, Birds of a Feather, playing Annie, a decoy and an orgasm!
Different characters in Sketches in Hale and Pace series for LWT and COMEDY RELIEF.
The Detectives: Valerie, a barmaid
The Gentle Touch.
Over the Rainbow, for Carlton TV- Jenny, the girlfriend of a pub customer.
Comedy Relief – playing an undercover patient in a hospital sketch
A one off comedy called, Men Only.
Also Numerous pilots for new sitcoms that are still waiting to be discovered!!
Run for Your Wife –gardener
Stop Knife Crime – Mother of Teenage Knife Victim
Quadrophenia – Chief Rocker Girl.
Carry On England – Private Taylor
The Hiding Place – German prostitute
Last Horror Movie – Mother of Bride
Holding On – Madame in Brothel
Letting Go -Theatre Box Office clerk
Confessions of a Pop Star – Brenda Climax
Adolf Hitler, my part in his downfall- Girl at Dance.
ON the Buses– pretty girl at bus stop
Radio Four repertory actress in 1995- where I played many different characters in various plays, and readings, from comedy to drama to voice-overs.
Voicing various audio books. (Young, light voice).
My unfulfilled ambition was to play Samantha in ‘Sorry I Haven’t a Clue’ however I did get to play an orgasm for a voice over for the show and I’m very proud of that!
PS: I also was lucky enough to play opposite Humphrey Littleton in a two-hander Christmas edition of Sorry I haven’t a Clue, and I was delighted and flattered to have had the opportunity to have worked with such a wonderful and charming performer
Good Theatre Work Includes:
SARAH in ALAN AYKBOURN’S: NORMAN CONQUESTS. Tour. Dir: IAN DICKENS.SYLVIA in STEPPING OUT at THE MILL AT SONNING, Dir: JUNE HOWSON.LUCY in THE RIVALS, and SARAH in NORMAN CONQUESTS at HEVER CASTLE OPEN AIR THEATRE SEASON. Dir: RON PALMER.
SHEILA in DAY IN THE DEATH of JOE EGG at CHELMSFORD, dir: DAVID HORN.
DOTTY in Jumpers, by Tom Stoppard– dir John Newman,
MARJORIE in EXTREMETIES at CHELMSFORD CIVIC THEATRE, and tour. dir: JOHN NEWMAN.
LIZZIE in FILTHY FRIAR at the ORANGE TREE THEATRE dir: ANTHONY CORNISH.
Open Space Theatre – SEVEN GIRLS – playing Lisa, a schizophrenic imprisoned for murder, director Charles Marovitch.
Extensive REPERTORY THEATRE seasons: playing everything from Classics to Farce,includes seasons in: York, Crewe, WORCESTER, WINDSOR, BROMLEY, HORNCHURCH, HARROGATE, ‘COLCHESTER, ‘BASINGSTOKE, CHELMSFORD. FavouriteParts played include: CYRENNE in RATTLE of a SIMPLE MAN, MARILYN MONROE in THE LEGEND. THELMA in PACK of LIES. PAULINE in ONE FOR THE ROAD. SUZANNE in BEDROOM FARCE. JOSIE in STEAMING. Mary in Run for your Wife. Geraldine in What the Butler Saw. Mary McGinty in Once a Catholic. Beverly in Abigail’s Party. Veronica in Veronica’s Room, MArjorie in Extremeties, Over twenty Agatha Christie and whodunnits, playing various roles.
In the WEST END: MADDIE in DIRTY LINEN written by TOM STOPPARD and directed by Edward De Souza
WIFE BEGINS AT FORTY:
I am very proud to have been a member of the ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY where I played FLORABELLE in ONCE IN A LIFETIME which was directed by Sir TREVOR NUNN.
COMMERCIAL TOURS: ‘Last of the Red Hot Lovers.’ ‘Macbeth.’ ‘Henry 1Vth’. ‘Hi-De-Hi stage show.’ ‘STEAMING.’ ‘NOISES OFF.’ ‘Canon and Ball stage Show.’ Once a Catholic.
Recent Commercials include: BBC Proms– playing an emotional music lover.
Range Homes– playing Rikki Tomlinson’s wife in a series of kitchen adverts.
Cadbury– The Big Race.
and a favourite for CarteDhor ice-cream where I played a knicker wriggling housewife at a dinner party.