CATHERINE BAILEY by Brandon Bishop
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Paddock Suite, The Courtyard, 55 Charterhouse Street, London EC1M 6HA
Phone: 020 7336 0351
Canalot Studios, 222 Kensal Road, London W10 5BN
Phone: 020 7636 6123
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'8" (172cm)
Playing Age:31 - 40 years
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length


Television Film Stage Further Credits
2019, Television, Miss Gale, Malory Towers, King Bert Productions, Rebecca Ryecroft
2018, Television, Lady Elizabeth Cavendish, The Crown (season 2), Left Bank Pictures, Stephen Daldry and Benjamin Caron
2017, Television, Jess, Strike: The Silkworm Part 1, BBC & HBO, Kieron Hawkes
2017, Television, Louisa Hooper, Hetty Feather, BBC, Sallie Aprahamian
2016, Television, Nina, Mr Selfridge 4, ITV, Joss Agnew
2015, Television, Olivia Hamilton, And Then There Were None, Mammoth Screen for BBC 1, Craig Viveiros
2013, Television, Stephanie Weston, Midsomer Murders: Wild Harvest, Bentley Productions, Renny Rye
2013, Television, Sammy Jo Rinsler, Doctors, BBC, Emma Sullivan
2012, Television, Esther Robinson (Series Reg), House of Anubis, Nickelodeon/Lime, Tim Hopewell/Tom Poole
2011, Television, Miss Wyckham, The Sarah Jane Adventures, DW Productions Ltd, Joss Agnew
2010, Television, DS Karen Roberts (2 Eps), Holby City, BBC, Chris King
2009, Television, Evie Ferrier, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Declan O'Dwyer
2008, Television, Anne Alexander, Doctors, BBC, Chris Richards
2007, Television, PC Shona Blake (Semi-Reg), EastEnders, BBC Television, Clive Arnold/Peter Rose/Michael Buffong
2006, Television, Karen Ingram, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Alan MacMillan
2005, Television, Annie, The English Harem, Feelgood Fiction, Robin Sheppard
2005, Television, Zoe, Egypt, BBC Television, Ferdinand Fairfax
2005, Television, Police Officer, The Marchioness, Granada Television, Ken Horn
2004, Television, Chantal, Rosemary & Thyme, Carnival Productions, Gwennan Sage
2003, Television, Michelle, 55 Degrees North, BBC Television, Andy De Emmony
2002, Television, Kate, My Family, BBC Television, Dewi Humphreys
2002, Television, Jenny, High Stakes (2 Eps), London Weekend Television, Dewi Humphreys
2001, Television, Leigh, Urban Gothic, Channel 5 Television, Ian Knox
2000, Television, Tina Conan Jnr (Series Regular), Residents, BBC Television, Richard Heslop/Peter Lydon
2000, Television, Helen Randle, Peak Practice, Central Television, Terry McDonnagh
2000, Television, Jo Cartwright, Holby City, BBC Television, Jim Shields
2000, Television, Violet, The Infinite Worlds Of H.G. Wells, Hallmark Productions, Robert Young
2000, Television, Jenny, Hawkins, BBC Television, Robin Sheppard
1998, Television, Georgina (2 Series), The Wild House, BBC Television, John Smith
1993, Television, Helen Green (Series Regular), Uncle Jack and Cleopatra's Mummy, BBC Television, Jeremy Swan
2018, Feature Film, Lady Jane, Casanova, Last Love, Bluelight, Benoit Jacquot
2018, Feature Film, Marcia Clark, NICOLE AND OJ, Newton House, Joshua Newton
2017, Feature Film, Miss Vryling Buffam, A Quiet Passion, Hurricane Films, Terence Davies
2007, Feature Film, Paramedic, The Grind, Dangerous Films, Rishi Opel
2006, Feature Film, Alice, Shades of Mourning, Ben Caird
2001, Feature Film, Beginner's Luck, Angel Film & Television, Nick Cohen & James Callis
2001, Feature Film, Kerry, It's Not You It's Me, Hopscotch Films, Clara Glynn
2018, Stage, Bianca, Othello, Shakespeare's Globe, Claire van Kampen
2016, Stage, Goneril, King Lear, ATG - No 1 Tour, Max Webster
2014, Stage, The Hon. Penelope Wedgewood, Dr Scroggy's War, Shakespeare's Globe, John Dove
2014, Stage, Portia, Julius Caesar, Shakespeare's Globe, Dominic Dromgoole
2014, Stage, Portia, The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare's Globe, Bill Buckhurst
2013, Stage, Annabella/Margaret/Pamela, 39 Steps (16 months), Criterion Theatre, Lucy Skilbeck
2011, Stage, Viola, Twelfth Night, Ludlow Festival, Charlie Walker-Wise
2011, Stage, Masha, The Seagull, The Factory at The Rose, Tim Carroll
2009, Stage, Helena, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Middle Temple Hall, Tim Carroll
2009, Stage, Bonduca, Bonduca, King's Place, Pia Furtado
2008, Stage, Michaela, House of Agnes, Paines Plough/Oval House, George Perrin
2008, Stage, Ophelia, Hamlet, The Factory, Tim Carroll/Tamara Harvey
2007, Stage, Lucy, The Country Wife, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Jonathan Kent
2006, Stage, Shirl, Sit & Shiver, New End Theatre/ Hackney Empire, Steven Berkoff
2005, Stage, Dorothy, Walk Hard - Talk Loud, Tricycle Theatre, Nick Kent
2003, Stage, Mickey, Headstate, Landor Theatre, Dan Ely
2003, Stage, Molly, The Life and Times of Young Bob Scallion, Northcott Theatre, Ben Crocker
2002, Stage, Ensemble, Newsrevue, Canal Cafe, Elanor Pierson
2002, Stage, Various Roles, The Nine Lives of the Catwoman Collette, Caird Company, John Caird
2001, Stage, Cheryl, Blackrock, Young Vic, Tim Roseman
1999, Stage, Philotis, Tis Pity She's A Whore, Young Vic Theatre, David Lan
1995, Stage, Ilse, Spring Awakening, Royal Shakespeare Company, Tim Supple
Further Credits
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Emily Dickinson, Drinks With Dead Poets, The Print Room, Michael Oakley
2015, Radio, Margaret Bishop, Home Front, BBC Radio Drama, Jessica Dromgoole & Allegra Mcllroy
2015, Radio, Consuela, The Bad, The Sad & the Broken Hearted, Wireless Theatre, Jeremy Mortimer
2009, Radio, Isabella, The Changeling, BBC Radio 3, Jeremy Mortimer
2009, Radio, Factory member, The Verb, BBC Radio 3, Abigail Fleming
2008, Workshop, Woman, The Mob, DryWrite, Vicky Jones
2007, Workshop, Various roles, Hamlet, The Factory, Tim Carroll
2007, Rehearsed Reading, Maid, Give me the Monet, York Theatre Royal, Damien Cruden
2005, Workshop, Lucy, Sandwiched, Hat Trick, Jimmy Mulville
2002, Workshop, Catherine Howard, Flanders Mare, Caird Company, James Phillips
2001, Radio, Philotis, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, BBC Radio 3, Mary Peate


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Birmingham, Dublin, French, Geordie, Liverpool, London, Northern, RP*, Russian, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard
(* = Native/Fluent)
Sign Language (BSL Level 1-basic)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballet, Jazz Dancing, Mezzo, Modern Dance, Period Dancing, Piano
(* = highly skilled)
Fencing, Ice Skating, Stage Combat, Swimming
Other Skills:Improvisation