MARJI CAMPI by Helen Craig
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Phone: 020-7831 4450
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Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'3" (160cm)
Weight:10st. (64kg)
Playing Age:56 - 70 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Auburn
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Friendly
Voice Quality:Warm


Marji has just appeared in the latest series of Cold Feet for ITV

Television Stage Further Credits
2017, Television, Doreen, Moving On, LA Productions
2017, Television, Barbara (Regular), Cold Feet, ITV, Various Directors
2016, Television, Barbara, Cold Feet, ITV, Juliet May
2015, Television, Suzie Tunnacliff, Doctors, BBC, Simon Gibney
2012, Television, Aunt Charlotte, Way to Go, BBC, Catherine Moorhead
2011, Television, Ma Bishop, The Impressions show, BBC, Angie de Chastelai-Smith
2008, Television, Grace Turnbald, Doctors, BBC, Sean Gleeson
2007, Television, Margaret Carmichael, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Matthew Whiteman
2006, Television, Evie Brown, Eastenders (4 Eps), BBC, Various Directors
2005, Television, Casualty, BBC, Murilo Pasta
2005, Television, Doctors, BBC, Burt Caesar
2005, Television, The Last Laugh, BBC3, Paul Holms
2002, Television, Jessie Shadwick (Regular 1998-02), Brookside, Mersey Television, Various Directors
1998, Television, Picking Up The Pieces, Carlton Television
1997, Television, Joyce, Heartbeat, Yorkshire Television, Gerry Poulson
1997, Television, Gina, The Bill, Thames Television, Martin Hutcheson
1997, Television, Beryl Joy, Things You Do For Love, Granada Television, Bill Pryde
1997, Television, Elaine, Where The Heart Is, Anglia Television, Herbert Wise
1995, Television, Joyce Watson (Regular) 1988-1995, Surgical Spirit, Humphrey Barclay, David Askey
Television, Betty Hunt, Brookside, C4
Television, Dulcie Froggatt, Coronation Street, Granada Television, Nick Ferguson/Patrick Lau/Malcolm Taylor
Television, The Man From The Pru, BBC, Rob Rohrer
Television, Mrs Mac, What Now?, Mersey TV, Phil Redmond
Television, The Setbacks, Thames Television
Television, All The Worlds A Stage, BBC, Mischa Williams
Television, Play For Today, BBC, Ken Loach
Television, Wednesday Play, BBC, Ken Loach
Television, Grace Turnbald, Doctors, BBC, Sean Gleeson
2016, Stage, Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Creation Theatre Company, Zoe Seaton
2013, Stage, Betty, A Passinate Woman, Queen's Thatre, Hornchurch, Bob Carlton
2011, Stage, Barbara, Country Life, Player/Playwrights GBS and Old Red Lion theatres, Paul Blinkhorn
2009, Stage, Martha Brewster, Arsenic And Old Lace, Salisbury Playhouse, Philip Wilson
2009, Stage, Martha Brewster, Arsenic & Old Lace, Salisbury Playhouse, Philip Wilson
Stage, My Matisse, Paris, Barbara Bray
Stage, Doreen Bidmead, Office Suite, Chester Gateway Theatre, Deborah Shaw
Stage, Shirley, Shirley Valentine, Hull Truck Theatre Company, Graham Watts
Stage, Madge, Bare Necessities, Rob Bettinson
Stage, Alan Bennett Double Bill, Chester Gateway
Stage, Peter Pan, Ashcroft, Croydon, Brian Hewitt-Jones
Stage, Jack and the Beanstalk, Buxton
Stage, Relative Values, National Tour
Stage, Stitched Up, Palace, Watford, Bob Carlton
Stage, East End Romeo, Half Moon, Robert Walker
Stage, Go West Young Woman, Round House, Sue Todd
Stage, Double Double, Croydon Warehouse, Richard Ireson
Stage, The Wedding Ring, Croydon Warehouse, Sam Kelly
Stage, City Echoes, Liverpool Playhouse, Andy Jordan / Jimmy McGovern
Stage, Spotlights, Liverpool Playhouse, Phil Redmond
Stage, The Merchant, Birmingham Repertory
Stage, All in Good Time, Bolton Octagon Theatre
Further Credits
2016, Radio, Mo, The Bone Orchard, BBC Radio 4, Marion Nancarrow
2017, Short Film, Elsie, Jermaine and Elsie, Leon Lopez


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Australian, Cheshire, French, Irish-Southern, Italian, Lancashire, Liverpool*, London, RP, Spanish, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Catalan, English*, French, Spanish